The Passage takes its values and ethos from the teachings of St Vincent De Paul, a Christian and social reformer, who co-founded the Daughters of Charity in 1633.
As a Vincentian organisation we strive to be inclusive, and recognise the importance that all religions and spiritualities can have to those who have navigated through some of the most difficult of times of their lives.
We offer non-discriminatory, non-judgemental spiritual and religious support in various forms including drop-in sessions, group outings, bereavement support, reconnection with local faith communities and more.
We offer a one-to-one service, meaning our clients can drop in to our multi-faith space at any time, to speak with our Chaplains: Sister Bernie and Father Chinedu.
Our client’s spiritual and religious needs are important to us.
Our services are not restricted to The Passage buildings alone. We also go on outings/trips, often outside of London. These monthly trips have proven to be very refreshing for our clients as it is always good, once a while, to have a break from the day-to-day normality of life.
Bereavement and memorial services
We are here to support our clients in dealing with the questions of death or end of life. We offer a pastoral care during bereavement and memorial services in ways that respect the beliefs of the deceased and their families.