Having cancer – or having a family member, friend or loved one with cancer – can be hard. Many people find it helpful to speak to someone who can provide spiritual, pastoral or cultural support. 

It is also important that people have somewhere they can pray, meditate or reflect if they want. 

The Chaplaincy service is there for people of all faiths and belief systems – it is also there for people who do not have a faith or belief system. 

The service is provided through an arrangement with Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.  

Reflection, meditation and prayer

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool

Reflection Room

The Reflection Room on Level 4 of Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool (CCC-Liverpool) is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for anyone who wants somewhere for quiet reflection, meditation or prayer.

The Reflection Room is in the lobby area on Level 4, just on the right when you come out of the lifts.

Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Patients, staff and visitors from The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre also have access to the chapel and multi-faith prayer room next door in the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. 

Find out more about the chapel and multi-faith room, including services there

Chaplaincy, faith, cultural and pastoral support

The chaplains are available for people of all faiths and belief systems and those who do not have a faith or belief system.

They can offer spiritual or cultural support or just be there for you – someone who will listen without judgement. 

They also offer all forms of sacramental care. 

Our ward staff can contact the chaplains for you any time. The chaplaincy service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Our inpatient menu offers a wide range of food choices, including halal, kosher, vegetarian, vegan and international. 

Further information

Chaplaincy, chapel and prayer room and services (Royal Liverpool University Hospital)