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Spiritual Care at New Hampshire Hospital

The chapel is available for quiet reflection
and Sunday services.
Photo credit: Brian & Sarah Sargent

The chaplain at NH Hospital is available for the spiritual needs of our patients and offers a caring ministry that is encouraging and supportive to people of all faiths and world views. Patients or family members may request pastoral counseling, prayer, support or other spiritual care at any time during their stay. An ecumenical Christian worship service is offered every Sunday at 1pm in the Chapel of All Faiths, located on the second floor. All patients who wish to and are able to attend, as well as their families, are welcome. The Chapel is also open for prayer, reflection and meditation during daytime hours. Literature, Bibles, and other sacred texts can be provided to patients on their request.

In addition, our chaplain can also help patients connect with their local clergy or faith community. A particular mission of the NHH chaplain is to provide education and support for NH faith communities seeking to welcome persons with serious mental illness into their congregations or to further meet the needs of those who are already members.

Services Provided:

  • Ecumenical Worship Service Sundays at 1:00 PM, All Faiths Chapel
  • Open chapel for meditation and prayer

Services Available Upon Request:

  • Spirituality Counseling
  • Visits
  • Prayer
  • Support
  • Family support
  • Literature – Bibles, sacred texts, Care Notes
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