Spiritual care is an integral part of the health care team, nurturing patient values and beliefs while also encouraging a more holistic approach to health care. A spiritual care provider is always available to patients and their loved ones in times of vulnerability — listening to hopes
and fears, reconnecting people to their sources of strength and meaning, and transforming through prayer and ritual.
Spiritual care providers respect and embrace all religious or spiritual preferences and collaborate with hospital staff to give patients and families the best care possible through:
The first floor chapel is always open for prayer and meditation. Devotional materials, including Bibles, Qurans, other sacred texts, prayer stones and prayer request cards are available for your use in the chapel.
Catholic mass is offered weekly:
Mercy campus: Tuesdays, 12 p.m. (noon)
Unity campus: Wednesdays, 12 p.m. (noon)
Mercy campus: 763-236-8738
Unity campus: 763-236-4536
Rooted in theological integrity and sacred traditions we minister to the human condition to foster individual and corporate healing, meaning, and hope.