The ecumenical chaplaincy team gives spiritual and pastoral support to patients, carers and staff during their stay in hospital and other Health & Community sites.
The members of the team minister to people of all faiths and none, helping people, as far as possible to find that sense of inner peace which is such an important part of the healing and grieving process.
Each person is treated with respect, dignity and sensitivity and is listened to in a confidential and non-judgmental way.
The main aims of the chaplaincy team are to:
- Offer friendship and support
- Listen to peoples’ concerns
- Meet spiritual and religious needs
Do remember that the chaplains are unlikely to know that you are in the hospital.
Please contact them if a visit is requested.
The Anglican chaplains:
- Revd Fiona Halls
- Revd Judith Davy
- Revd Tracy Bromley
They are aided by Free Church and Roman Catholic chaplains and volunteer visitors. They are based at the General Hospital.
Direct Line: 01534 442377
For urgent requests: Telephone switchboard (01534) 442000 and ask them to page the duty chaplain.
As part of our remit to reach out to the community, St Andrew's Church has had a long relationship with Jersey Hospice Care. Practically this means that included in my role is a part time chaplaincy at Jersey Hospice Care. Where possible, we seek to provide spiritual support for both staff and patients in their amazing work and challenges they face. If you know of anyone at Hospice who would like a visit for prayer, a chat or just a listening ear, please do get in touch and let us know.
Mark Barrett | Hospice Chaplain
Pastor St Andrew's Church, First tower, Jersey
Tel: 01534 734975
Rest day: Friday
Provides pastoral care and seeks to ensure the spiritual welfare for all prisoners and staff.
Hospital visits, weddings, funerals, memorial services etc including liaison with families, where appropriate.
Henry Le Ruez | Prison Chaplain
States of Jersey Prison Service
Department for Justice and Home Affairs
La Rue Baal, St Brelade, Jersey, JE3 8HQ.
Tel: 01534 441887 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org