Open to all faiths or none
The multi-faith chaplaincy team at Harefield is for all patients, friends and relatives who care for them as well as staff members, whether they follow a particular faith or not.
If you would like the team to arrange contact with leaders from your own faith or other traditions, please contact us through switchboard or on extension 6533 and we will make the necessary arrangements.
We can also offer:
Listening and prayer
Places for you to be quiet or to pray
Events and activities to deepen your own spiritual life
The Christian sacraments, on request
The multi-faith room is halfway down E corridor. It is available to all as a place of sanctuary, rest and prayer.
There are two weekly Christian and Muslim prayer gatherings there: "Time with God" on Tuesdays at 1pm, and Friday Prayers at midday for Muslims. You will find Bibles, prayer mats etc. there, which you are welcome to use.
The chapel is on the first floor in the building opposite the main entrance, next to the Concert Hall. It is available to people of all faiths or none at any time. If you should find it locked, please ask for the key at reception.
There is a weekly service of Holy Communion on Thursdays at 12 noon.
"Time with God" is a short informal gathering, which usually includes a reflection and time for prayer. It is normally held in in the multi-faith room which is on the ground floor in E corridor and is usually held from 1.00pm to 1.30pm on Tuesdays. This is open to everyone.
Holy Communion at 12 noon in the chapel on Thursdays, with the opportunity to receive anointing for healing for yourself or on behalf of some else on the first Thursday of each month.
Friday Prayers for the Muslim community take place in the multi-faith room.
Churches in Harefield
If you would like to worship with a local church, there are three friendly ones in the village:
Harefield Baptist Church - almost opposite the hospital's main entrance.
- 10.30am - Sunday (Family service)
- 8.00pm - Wednesday (Prayer)
St Paul's Catholic Church - Merle Avenue, on the right just at the other end of the high street.
- 9.15am - Monday - Saturday (Mass)
- 9.00am and 11.00am - Sunday (Mass) - Saturday (Vigil 6.30pm)
St Mary’s Anglican Church, on Church Hill, past St Paul's and halfway down the hill on the left (about 15-20 minutes walk).
- 8.00am - (Holy Communion)
- 10.30am - (Main Service)
- 6.30pm - (Evening Prayer)
- 10.00am - (Holy Communion, at The Church Hall on the high street)