Spiritual Care


What is Spiritual Care?

Spiritual care is an aspect of health care that supports the inner person (spirit/soul) to help deal with the health challenges that you or your loved one is facing.

It is a service to provide spiritual and emotional support for patients and their loved ones. Our chaplains are clinically trained and available for all traditions and worldviews, both religious and nonreligious.

We seek to honor all people regardless of race, creed, sex, orientation, or religious beliefs.

If you seek spiritual support, the Spiritual Care office hours are:              

Monday - Friday from 8 am to 4 pm

To contact Spiritual Care, please call Tiffany, Administrative Assistant at 207.973.7307 or
Doug, Spiritual Care Coordinator at 207.270.2486.

If you are in need of spiritual care over the weekend, please call our switchboard at 207.973.7000.


Faith Traditions in a Hospital Setting - Caring for patients of different faiths (open to the public)
Guest speaker: Melissa Gabriel from Angel Connection
Thursday, October 19 from 1 to 2 pm
Brandow Conference Room or Zoom 

Are you a theology student, clergy member, or are you preparing for professional chaplaincy? We invite you to take part in our Level I and II Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program. Participation in a CPE is required for those who want to pursue board certified education as a chaplain. This course is also available to qualified laypersons, or for those just beginning a call for chaplaincy. The course is designed to accommodate individuals in a graduate academic program who are working in a part-time job with flexibility in their hours.

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