All clergy including retired members and lay ministers are invited to consider volunteering your time to help our community at Meritus Medical Center. The goal for the Spiritual Care Department at Meritus Health is to transition to community-based volunteer chaplains.
They believe all people deserve love and attention of those who know them best. Their hope is to work closely with community clergy and lay ministers to better serve the spiritual care of our patients at Meritus Medical Center.
A 10-week training course will be provided free of charge starting October 4, 2022 at Robinwood Medical Center. It will include knowledge and skills that a volunteer needs in order to be effective as a valuable member of the chaplaincy team including the role of a volunteer, spirituality and religion, cultural awareness, listening and communication skills and working with those who are dying and/or grieving.
For more information or to sign-up please contact:
Angela Palle, BSC, MA, MBA, M.Div. – Spiritual Care Supervisor
Katie Kelly – Spiritual Care Department Assistant
Download a flyer here.