Death, Dying and Religion

Spirituality at the End of Life | a free event from Trinity Hospice

On Thursday 21 May, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Trinity Hospice in Clapham is hosting a special, free event about the role of spiritual care at the end of life, followed by a Q&A session. Everyone is welcome to join, including healthcare professionals, community leaders and members of the public.

This event is being held as part of Dying Matters Awareness Week, which encourages people to talk about dying, death and bereavement and make plans for their end of life.

The panel includes:
• Michael Savage (Chair) – Spiritual Care Lead at Trinity Hospice
• Rafi Fuchs - Spiritual Co-ordinator at Jewish care home Nightingale House
• Eva Bellim – a Trinity Hospice spiritual care volunteer
• Imam Suliman Gani of Tooting Broadway Mosque
• Dennis Pearce from the Bermondsey Buddhist Centre

Each person will talk about their perspective of death and dying through the eyes of their religion and spirituality. The panel will also discuss how hospices and religious communities can improve the way they work together.

Trinity provides expert end of life care, support, information and advice to patients and those close to them. Its services are open to everyone aged 18 and above - of all faiths and none - who have a progressive, life limiting illness. Trinity understands traditional religious and cultural practises and respects each person’s wishes.

This event is being held on Thursday 21 May, 6:30 – 8:30pm at
Trinity Hospice,
30 Clapham Common North Side,
London, SW4 0RN

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Pat Mooney by contacting her on 020 7787 1078 or by Friday 15 May.

May 7, 2015

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