About our spiritual care and chaplaincy service
Being in hospital can be lonely and unsettling. People may value the opportunity to talk with someone about what's happening, and how they feel about the changes they're facing.
Sometimes people also appreciate support when they wish to give thanks or celebrate something special. At North Middlesex University Hospital, the highly trained and experienced spiritual care team provides a 24/7 service, 365 days of the year. We offer pastoral, psychological and spiritual support, together with a confidential befriending service, whatever your beliefs, or faith, whether religion means something to you, or not.
- Support for patients, relatives and friends, and staff. We are here for all. You do not need to follow a particular religion to contact us.
- Time and space to explore thoughts, feelings or concerns.
- Religious care through reflection, prayer, reading of scriptures or sharing the sacraments.
- Services for special occasions such as Christmas carol services
- Scriptures from various religious traditions, prayer books and cards
- Help to enable people to practise their faith.
North Middlesex University Hospital has a beautiful, modern chapel providing an oasis of peace and tranquillity amidst the busyness of a large hospital community. The chapel is open for quiet reflection and prayer and offers regular events.
We also offer a Muslim Prayer Room and a multi-faith centre which can be used for reflection by those of all faith, all beliefs or none.
Meet our team
At North Middlesex University Hospital, we have a diverse team to respond to the various needs of our service users, including Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Jewish chaplains and volunteers.
|Revd. Dr Geoff Morgan, Spiritual Care Lead (Anglican)|
Revd. Samuel Agboola, Trust Chaplain (Free Church)
|Rabbi Alan Wilkinson (Honorary Jewish)|
|Fr Emmanuel Ogunnaike (Honorary Roman Catholic)|
|Imam Erdal Doganguzel (Honorary Muslim)|
|Fr Stylianos Savva (Honorary Greek Orthodox)|
|For those who practice Hinduism, we current have a vacant post so please contact Revd. Samuel Agboola for support.|
Where to find us
The chapel and multi–faith centre are located on level -1 of the Pymmes building.