Volunteering with the Chaplaincy Department at Cambridge University Hospitals Trust (CUH)

• Might you have/develop the gifts to discern and encourage people in their spiritual journey(s)?

• Would you like to find out more about Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care at CUH?

The CUH Chaplaincy Department has a large and well-established team of volunteers.

There are two ways of being involved as a lay Chaplaincy Volunteer:

1. As a Chaplaincy Ward Volunteer: ‘adopting’ a ward and visiting patients on a regular (usually one 2-3hr session per week) basis.

And/or:

2. As a Chaplaincy Sunday Volunteer: taking Holy Communion to &/or praying with patients who have asked for a bedside visit on Sunday mornings (approximately 9am-1pm). 

And/or: collecting patients in wheelchairs (by request) so they can attend the 11am Service in Chapel.  Volunteers usually commit to doing this on a regular Sunday (e.g. first) each month (as possible).

For further details and registration forms please contact:
The Chaplaincy Administrator, Box 105,
Addenbrooke’s Hospital,
Cambridge, CB2 0QQ.
Tel: 01223 217769

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