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OUH Lead Chaplain welcomes Oxford's faith leaders

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Revd Sarah Sewell, Lead Chaplain at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and her team will welcome the representative body of Oxford's diverse faith communities on Wednesday 13 March 2019.

The Oxford Council of Faiths, which promotes good relations and respect between people of different faith communities in the city, will visit the Chapel, Churchill Hospital, at 6.30pm - 9.00pm.

The visit includes representatives from the Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist faiths, but is not restricted to those faith communities.

Revd Sarah Sewell said: "It is a privilege to host the Oxford Council of Faiths at the Trust this month. As a Chaplaincy team, we work as a multi-faith team and respect each other's faith and belief, so to host the OCF fits in with our way of working and I look forward to meeting everyone on 13 March."

Pictured: Lead Chaplain Revd Sarah Sewell with a multi-faith prayer tree in the John Radcliffe Hospital's Chapel and Prayer Room