Spiritual care is an important aspect of the care offered in whether you are at home or at Kilbryde Hospice. You will meet a variety of staff and volunteers who are sensitive to your spiritual needs. At times of crisis in people’s lives, such as a serious illness or bereavement, sometimes people question life-long beliefs or wonder about the meaning of life.
Our Spiritual care team is available to support patients, carers, relatives, volunteers and staff whether or not you hold religious beliefs. Kilbryde Hospice Chaplaincy team are lay people offering spiritual support. They are available to preside at Communion with patients, carers and family members on request. People wishing to receive Communion from a specific faith community can request this through the Chaplaincy team.
If you would like more information about spiritual care at Kilbryde please call 01355 202020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“My husband has since passed away and Catherine did a lovely job of conducting the service”.
“The staff in general at the hospice were supportive without being intrusive and for this. I will be eternally grateful. I also feel that the chaplaincy service is an essential part of the hospice structure”.