National Sikh Chaplaincy Day 5-18 November 2012

The Day of Prayer will take place in the week between 5th to 18th November 2012, when we will be asking representatives from the local Sikh Community to conduct a half an hour of Waheguru’s Simran or Chaupai Sahib’s Prayer followed by Ardaas at the local hospital. The prayer is for all those, of any faith, race, gender or creed and it is hoped that this national prayer will help to ease the suffering and speedy recovery of those in hospitals across the country. The Sikh faith has a long tradition of inter-faith work, and the UK Sikh Healthcare Chaplaincy Group wishes to co-ordinate the Day of Prayer so that we can help to support greater participation and recruitment of members of the Sikh faith as chaplain volunteers.

Please see the poster for further details.

 

Training Bulletin 47

Please see September Training Bulletin (PDF).

The National prayer day report for 2011

The UK Sikh Healthcare chaplaincy group organised a day of prayer during the week 14-20 November 2011
in UK hospitals aimed at promoting community links between the NHS and the Sikh community with the help 
of the Sikh Chaplains and members of the Sikh community from various Gurdwaras. The prayers in
 hospitals across the country were held for the well-being, recovery of those who are currently in hospital
 regardless of faith, race or gender.  Attached are the reports from the day.

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National Sikh Chaplaincy Day 1-5 November 2010

The UK Sikh Healthcare chaplaincy group organised a day of prayer during the week 1-5 November 2010 in UK hospitals aimed at promoting community links between the NHS and the Sikh community with the help of the Sikh Chaplains and members of the Sikh community from various Gurudwaras. The prayers in hospitals across the country were held for the well-being, recovery of those who are currently in hospital regardless of faith, race or gender.

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Sikh Chaplains Survey

To all Sikh Chaplains/volunteers,
To help us monitor the work and to record the level of chaplaincy provision currently being provided, we have set up the following survey. We’d like Chaplains and volunteers to post their results so that we can ascertain the levels of work being done and feed these back to policy makers to press for more resources for chaplaincy provision.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CKZV8Y9

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