We offer Spiritual support to people of all faiths or no faith, all cultures and beliefs.
We offer conversation, blessings, prayers, and comfort from a familiar faith tradition.
We will connect you with someone from your own faith when requested.
We will work with you to prepare for difficult procedures, or provide you and your family with spiritual guidance through grief, loss, or a difficult diagnosis.
We will talk with you about treatment choices and goals of care while exploring patient and family fear, anxiety, or discouragement.
Our St. Mark’s Hospital Chaplains are attentive listeners, offering compassion and a non-judgmental and confidential presence that you and your family can rely on.
We will help with Advance Healthcare Directives (commonly known as living wills), and with resources during times of emergency or when lengthy hospital stays are required.
Whatever your need, let our St. Mark’s Hospital chaplains be there for you.
To contact a chaplain, dial “00” on any hospital or room phone or ask your nurse.
Chapel services at St. Mark's Hospital
The Chapel of the Good Shepherd is located next to the lobby in the main entrance of the hospital.
“This Chapel provides a peaceful sanctuary for prayer, meditation, and contemplation for patients, family, visitors, and hospital staff. It is a sacred space intended to support reflection and provide solace and quiet for any person who is seeking a safe place to rest and to be. You are our guest, no matter who you are or from where you have come.”
Chapel Service Schedule
Holy Communion is served on Wednesdays at 11:15 a.m.
LDS Sacrament Meeting is held Each Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
Special holiday celebrations will be posted at the Chapel door.
In loving memory of
The Reverend Lincoln "Linc" Ure (1946 - 2016)
Loving father and grandfather, compassionate priest and selfless teacher.
Linc served patients, family members and staff at St. Mark's Hospital as a chaplain and Director of Pastoral Care for 41 years.
We are forever grateful for the support and love he gave to those most in need. We are all better for having known him, and the world is a little bit brighter because he shared his light with us.
He will be greatly missed.