CHAPLAINCY (Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious Care)


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MEET OUR CHAPLAINS: Please look on the Chaplaincy Team page.

Main Telephone Number: 01603 287470

Chaplaincy is located on Level 1 in the Centre Block.



Our Chapel is a multi-faith space, used by people of all faiths and none.

It is located on Level 1 in the Centre Block (please ask at any Reception if you need directions).

The Chapel is open at all hours, day and night, and is a good place for quiet reflection or prayer.



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We also have a Chapel Garden which is open during daylight hours. The entrance is through the Chapel.

Designed as a multi-sensory garden, it includes the sound of water, colourful and aromatic plants, leaves of many textures, and seating areas to enjoy them.

It can be a useful place to sit and reflect, a source of peace and calm, and a place of connection to the natural world.

We hope the Chapel and Chapel Garden will be a source of peace and tranquillity for anyone who wants to use them.



Hospital staff aim to care for patients, their relatives and carers in a way which is sensitive to the particular considerations of their race, ethnicity, religion or culture. To assist with this, we attach a Race and Cultural Awareness Pack, which includes some health-related information on most of the major world faiths, and some cultural groups. Please refer to this pack as you feel necessary.

If you are a representative of any of the faiths included in this pack, and disagree with any of the information contained in it, please contact the Chaplaincy on, and we will review the pack in the light of the information you give us. Thank you for your contribution.



If you are a patient, relative or visitor to the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, the Chaplaincy are interested to hear if the hospital was able to meet your faith/belief needs. Were you offered spiritual or pastoral support for the Chaplaincy? Were you referred to the Chaplaincy when you asked to be? If you asked to see a representative of a particular faith/belief, was Chaplaincy able to provide one?

Let us know if you were able to practice your faith/belief as you would have wished while in the hospital. Please email:



For further information on the role of Chaplaincy within the hospital,

Please see an article from The Magazine, the Church of England Diocese of Norwich magazine, Nov-Dec 2016 issue.

Read another article from The Magazine, Sept-Oct 2014 issue.



Main Telephone Number: 01603 287470

Alternative Telephone Number: 01603 287083

Email Address:



Chaplaincy is located on Level 1 in the Centre Block.

Please use the In-patients Centre/East entrance and follow signs to the Chapel.


If you are coming by car, the nearest car parks are K, L & M.