Volunteers and Placements

Befriending Volunteers

The Chaplaincy Team work closely with the SaTH Volunteer Team and there is opportunity to work with the Chaplaincy Team in a befriending capacity. Volunteers from a diverse range of faiths, beliefs and world views are welcome to provide company to patients who would like to receive visits.

Training is given to all volunteers and the Chaplaincy Team are available for support if needed.

To find out more, please contact the Chaplaincy Team on:

Chaplaincy Student Placements

The Chaplaincy Team seek to support future Chaplains from all faiths and beliefs, and welcome students who are completing chaplaincy training to join the team for a placement.

If you are looking for a healthcare chaplaincy placement, please contact the Chaplaincy Team on:

Honorary Chaplains

The Trust welcomes establishing links with recognised local faith and belief leaders who are able to work with the Trust in Honorary Chaplaincy roles to provide diverse pastoral support to patients, visitors, volunteers and staff from a diverse range of faiths and beliefs. Honorary Chaplains are recruited to the Trust as volunteers as they do not receive payment for their work, however, all recruitment, oversight, endorsement, training and appraisal processes take place to support them within the role.

If you are interested in exploring an Honorary Chaplaincy role, please contact the Chaplaincy Team on: