Workplace chaplaincy & resources for well-being at work



MitE is a charity which works alongside local businesses, churches of all denominations, town and city councils and more, to provide chaplaincy services and work & well-being resources to businesses, public and voluntary communities around the North West.


About us

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In these days of fast living and the stress that goes with it - some time out to talk to somebody can be an invaluable ingredient to help people make this complicated recipe we call life into an enjoyable feast.
— a MitE Chaplain

Work life

We are interested in the work lives of the people that we meet. Most people spend a large portion of their lives in a work environment and face all sorts of challenges, stresses and strains on a daily basis. We aspire to help people to be the best version of themselves that they can be in the workplace. We also see challenging injustice in the workplace as an important part of our work.


We are interested in the wellbeing of the people we support because we value the whole person and recognise that human beings are more than just the function that they perform in the workplace. Good emotional health is important for everyone and chaplaincy as a friendly listening ear and, where appropriate, as a signpost to other more specialist support structures, helps people to deal more effectively with whatever life throws at them.


We are interested in the spirituality of the people we speak to because we recognise that spirituality, in its various forms, is a source of strength, inspiration and solace for many. We provide support for people of all faiths and none. We do not proselytize or “convert” people but help them to understand and engage with their own spirituality.




Stories from our partners

Local Solutions has benefitted from chaplaincy for over 20 years. In a frantic data & performance driven world to have access to a skilled chaplain is a gift.
— Steve Hawkins, CEO, Local Solutions

Stories from our service users

I lost my nephew in Afghanistan and I literally couldn’t have got through the process without Nicky here in the Airport.
— Alan, Liverpool John Lennon Airport