Do you feel alone with nobody to talk to?
What is the service?
Do you sometimes feel alone with nobody to talk to? Do you worry about the future but don't want to share your anxieties with your family members? Perhaps you have had a major life event happen that has made you question everything. Then maybe a chat with one of our Chaplains can help.
Anyone who is experiencing fatigue, anger, self-doubt or anger may benefit from talking to a Chaplain. Chaplaincy isn’t about glossing over a situation, it’s about exploring feelings. A Chaplain is here to listen to your concerns and not excert themselves into your story. They are there to allow you to express your feelings in a safe environment and enable a journey of healing and wholeness to happen. Unlike other Therapists, Chaplains won't shy away from talking about spirituality if this is something you find helpful.
Why do we offer it?
Evergreen understands that the well-being of a person depends on a lot more than just practical help. We are all made up of mind, body and soul and each needs a little help from time to time. Life can sometimes be difficult and have many challenges. We launched our Chaplaincy Service to help you through these times so you do not have to take these journeys alone.
Evergreen was founded as our response to the growing challenges we see within the care sector. Launched in 2014, we have supported well over 2000 older people in the Bexley and surrounding Boroughs with a range of services. But what makes our Charity stand out from the rest is the wonderful relationships our staff build with their clients and their family members.
Our mission is simple: Through Christian love, we seek to support people to achieve the highest quality of life and self-worth. Leading with innovation, treating with compassion and valuing each person, we enrich lives, improve the health and wellbeing of communities, and respect and care for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of people, bringing peace of mind to those we serve. Our mission calls us to care for the sick and disadvantaged as expressed in Matthew 25:35-40