At Victoria Hospice, we believe that death is one step in the journey of life. While we have no designated religious affiliation, we do value the role of spiritual and religious care at the end of life as an important part of this journey.
For some, spirituality is nurtured and expressed within the context of faith and religion. Increasingly though, spirituality is reflected in many other ways such as the love of family, gardening, music, art, or the wonder of nature. Spirituality has to do with how we make sense of the world, how we connect to ourselves, each other, and to our universe.
Our Spiritual Health Coordinator and the team of volunteers offer many spiritual support services to registered patients and family members of all faiths, cultures and beliefs.
A lovely Quiet/Meditation room is located on the Victoria Hospice palliative care In-Patient Unit for the use of our patients, their families, visitors and staff.