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Spiritual Care

Our Spiritual Care staff is specially trained to assist persons of all faiths as well as those with no faith tradition who want spiritual support in coping with illness, loss or trauma. Our intent is to provide you and your family members receive supportive spiritual care that will help bring healing and wholeness in your life.

Due to construction, the chapel is currently located in the atrium near entrance 3. If you are a patient wishing to visit the chapel, for safety reasons, please speak with your nurse about your options.

Our Vision

To provide caring and compassionate spiritual care that is family centered, research and evidence—based, and which integrates spiritual resources as pathways for healing, well-being, and health-related quality of life for each person.

Services Include

  • Patient visits and support to help you and your family cope during illness, crisis, change or loss
  • Help in facilitating your significant cultural practices within the healthcare setting
  • 24-hour emergency crisis support in case of trauma or discouraging medical news
  • Grief, bereavement and loss counsel and support
  • Assistance in connecting you with community clergy, faith community leaders or other spiritual care resources
  • Medical ethics counsel regarding end-of-life decisions or care plan choices
  • Advance care planning and advance directives assistance
  • Assistance with how to register to be an organ, tissue, cornea donor
  • Prayer, rituals or sacraments at your request
  • Opportunities for mindfulness-based stress relief practices
  • Community support groups
  • The use of the Labyrinth and other spiritual tools and resources
  • Christian or interfaith worship services every Wednesday and Sunday at noon in the chapel
  • Assistance in helping you become familiar with Bozeman Health and its resources

Spiritual Care Staff Is Clinically Trained to Offer

  • Respect and dignity for you as a person
  • Respect for your spirituality and/or religious traditions and belief system
  • Confidentiality and patient privacy in all conversations
  • Acceptance, regardless of the reason you are in need of medical attention
  • Encouragement and direction to utilize your personal spiritual resources in the healing process
  • An invitation to share your experience, including thoughts and emotions that may be difficult to express (e.g., anger, helplessness, relief, fear)

You may ask any staff person at Bozeman Health to assist you in arranging an appointment with a chaplain. If you prefer, you may arrange a visit with a chaplain by calling the Spiritual Care office at 406-414-5073 or email

Send a prayer request for yourself or someone you care about to the spiritual care department at Your request will be honored. Please know that your personal information will be confidential to the staff.

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