Reverend Joel Jueckstock

Rev. Joel Jueckstock | Ph.D., M.Div.
Manager, Allina Health Spiritual Care
ACPE Certified Educator Candidate (CEC)

Joel, a native Minnesotan, completed his undergraduate studies at Bethel University (St. Paul, MN) and earned a Master of Divinity from Bethel Seminary (St. Paul), with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is a Spiritual Care and Pastoral Education Manager for Allina Health.

Joel has served as a chaplain and leader in a variety of settings, including pediatric hospice/palliative care, trauma one, long-term care, community hospital, and medical centers. Joel is an ACPE Certified Educator Candidate (CEC). He is ordained in the Covenant Church and completed a Ph.D. in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Luther Seminary (St. Paul).

Professional Interests: practical theology, spirituality, grief, leadership and clinical ethics.

Personal interests: family, outdoors, running, cycling.

Reverend Tania Hammer-Luken

Kimberlee Anderson-Diaz

Kimberlee loves a good story (preferably shared over a cup of tea), whether it’s in a book, a movie, or in a patient’s room. She cannot walk into a Target without reading a children’s book and will happily read aloud to you if you’re with her. Kimberlee’s clinical focus is oncology, though she serves in numerous areas around the hospital. Prior to chaplaincy, Kimberlee worked as a volunteer coordinator for Court Appointed Special Advocates, a non-profit that trains and supports volunteers who advocate for children in the foster system. As a Queer chaplain, Kimberlee has a special place in her heart for those who have been left out or cast out by institutional religion, LGBTQ folks, and the “nones” and “dones.”