Our mission is to provide…

spiritual support to all who request these services

  • spiritual care to those who have religious or no religious affiliation and require assistance with the meaning of life, suffering, illness, healing, recovery and even death.
  • service as a link between health care providers and local faith communities, offering mutual support and education in spiritual caregiving.
  • Recognize the importance of Multi-cultural and Multi-faith issues as they pertain to the holistic care of all human beings.
  • Orientate, coordinate, and supervise pastoral and volunteer spiritual caregivers, providing them with support.

Every individual is a spiritual being. Spiritual Care Services encourages the awareness and development of each person’s own spirituality. Although often nurtured and expressed within an external religious framework, spirituality entails personal appropriation and may be expressed in subjective ways such as the love of beauty, music, art, nature, or family.


Parts of our approach

We apply as trained specialist some processes of helping someone to come to terms with and work out solutions to their problems.