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Chaplaincy Leaflets

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  • Chaplaincy Services - Spiritual and Religious Care for all Faiths and None

    The leaflet is detailed below, or you can download the 'Chaplaincy Services' leaflet in PDF. 

    Being in hospital can be a life-changing experience, perhaps in unexpected ways. Our chaplaincy is here to offer support to anyone who would find it helpful at the Liverpool Women’s Foundation Trust. We enjoy meeting people of different cultures and backgrounds, people of different faiths or none and we hope our multi faith team reflects this.

    What Do We Offer?

    Chaplains of all faiths and volunteers visit the wards to chat to patients.  Chaplaincy volunteers wear turquoise shirts so that they are easily identified.  We offer spiritual and religious support as well as pastoral care and a listening ear for those of all faiths and none.

    If you would like a visit from a chaplain of any denomination or faith, please ask a member of staff to contact us.

    In an emergency, we can provide an on-call chaplaincy service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A member of staff will be more than happy to request this for you.

    Chapel and Prayer room

    There is a Chapel and prayer room located near to main reception (next to the prayer tree). It is open 24 hours a day and is a quiet space for all those who need to be still for a while. You may also want to light a candle, write a prayer in the book or hang a prayer on the tree. All prayer requests are remembered in the regular prayers of the chaplain. Within the Chapel and prayer room there is a prayer space for those of the Islamic faith.

    Religious Services

    There are occasional Roman Catholic and Church of England services throughout the year. Please see the notices near the chapel/prayer room.

    Links with Local Church Communities and Faith Groups

    We enjoy good relationships with local churches and other faith communities. If you would like a church or local faith representative to be contacted on your behalf, please let a member of staff or the Trust Chaplain know. We will not contact anyone without your permission.

    How to Contact the Chaplaincy Team

    There are a number of ways you can contact the Chaplaincy team;

    The hospital Chaplain is available  

    • Tuesday 10:00 – 16:00 hours
    • Thursday 10:00 – 16:00 hours


    When the hospital Chaplain is not available please contact

    PALS Monday – Friday 08:30 – 16:30 hours


    In an emergency, an on-call Chaplain can be contacted by phoning the hospital switchboard

    Tel: 0151 708 9988 (If calling internally, please dial 0 for switchboard)