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Chaplaincy

Hospital chapel

The multi-faith Chaplaincy Team works within Sheffield Children’s Hospital to offer spiritual support and guidance in whatever way we can.

Our support is for anyone who may need it, be it patients, families and carers or staff. We are here for people of all faiths and none. We have a multi-faith chapel and a Muslim prayer room with ablution facilities which are open for use 24 hours a day. The chapel can be used as an area to pray, to take a break and have time to think and to find peace.

The chaplains are members of the hospital staff who can provide pastoral, spiritual and religious support for patients, parents or carers. Chaplains can either provide this support themselves or help you get in touch with someone of your own faith. The Chaplaincy Centre is available for all who wish to spend some time in prayer or quiet reflection. 

The Chaplaincy Centre is located on D Floor of Blue Wing, next to the Cystic Fibrosis Unit. This can be accessed by the blue lifts. 

There is: 

  • The Chapel – this is a quiet place where you can be alone to think or pray, not an over religious space, very welcoming to all of faith or none.
  • The Muslim Prayer Room – with ablution facilities. 
  • The chaplains’ office – a place for a private conversation if this will help to support you at this time. 

The Chapel and Prayer room is open 24 hours a day. You can also contact the Chaplaincy team on 0114 271 7338, if no-one is available leave a message and they will contact you asap or you can speak to any member of the nursing staff who will make a referral for you.  To contact a chaplain in an emergency contact switchboard (0114 2717000) and ask to speak to the duty chaplain.

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