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Service Times

Visitors are welcome
to join with the Community
at any or all of the services.

They will be held in the chapel unless otherwise shown

For normal service times please CLICK HERE or on the picture above

When: 6th - 11th Jan 2020
Health & Salvation 2018

Prayer and peace - talks and discussions - friendship and community
Non-residents also welcome.

 Health & Salvation 2018
Who will come?

Since 2008, H&S has offered a friendly space for Healthcare Professionals who want to think, pray and talk together about their faith and work. It is an oasis in their busy lives, a unique mix of holiday, conference and retreat.

Participants include doctors, nurses, chaplains and allied health professionals.

We have a group of regular participants, which include several who are well known and eminent in their own field. They have a wealth of experience and an enormous commitment to healing and caring for others as an expression of their Christian faith.

This year we particularly hope to welcome more young HCPs, so that we can help to pass on the wisdom of the senior generation, and share both the struggles and insights of those following them.

Health & Salvation 2018

What’s the topic?

Healthcare is ever more in the public eye. This raises a host of practical questions:

What are the stories behind the news?

How do you deal with the media?
Or social media?

How do you engage with families?
Or with volunteers?

How do you live your faith in a secular workplace?

What will happen

Talks, discussions and workshops on themes including:

  • Talking about dying
  • Words and the Word
  • Communicating clearly
  • Speech and cultures
  • Medical & spiritual confidentiality
  • History and telling stories
  • Communication, error and safety


You will be invited to join in:

  • Daily Mass
  • Morning, Evening, and Night Prayer
  • You will be free to use the chapel, oratory and gardens for private prayer and quiet reflection

Health & Salvation 2018
Other activities

  • Tour of the Nursing Home
  • Film evening
  • Day out in the Lake District
  • Social evening
  • Local walking and sight-seeing

Who will speak?

Speakers will include:

  • Dr Nick Gent, who is Deputy Head of Public Health England's Emergency Response Department.
  • Margaret Doherty, who is Director of the Art of Dying Well, St Mary’s University, Twickenham.
  • Dr John Ellershaw, who is Professor of Palliative Medicine and Director of Marie Curie Palliative Care Institute Liverpool.
  • Toni Lynch, Corporate Director of Nursing/Deputy Chief Nurse at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.

Our chaplain for the week will be:

Fr David Ryder, a highly experienced hospital chaplain.

How to apply

To secure a place please send a deposit of £50 (cheques payable to ‘Boarbank Hall’).

Standard prices apply for our Guest House per night (full board and lodging), (CLICK HERE for details) and we would also ask for a donation to help with course costs, speakers etc, as you are able and think appropriate.

Payment by donation only is available to students, the low-paid or anyone who needs it to attend. Please don’t hesitate to ask!

For further information or to book please contact SR MARGARET


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