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Patients and families may benefit from a conversation with a chaplain or faith leader when:

  • Worried about the effects of their health on their lifestyle and relationships
  • Wanting to talk through difficult decisions with a neutral and attentive listener
  • Wondering about spiritual or religious concerns or questions
  • Wishing to receive religious sacraments but do not have clergy 
  • Struggling with meaning during an illness or life change
  • Grieving over a loss, current or years ago
  • Thankful for results and positive outcomes
  • Wanting to pray with someone or talk about God 

Contact Us:

When struggling with illness, one may feel more of a religious or spiritual impulse than under normal circumstances. Compassionate listening and prayer is available to you while you are in the hospital. If you or a loved one would like to see a chaplain or have help contacting a support person from your religious denomination, please ask a care team member to text the chaplain or call:

  • Spiritual Support Voicemail: 610-431-2911
  • Chaplain's Office: 610-431-5637


More About Spiritual Support:

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    General questions for patients and families as well as questions for clergy and faith leaders.

  • Prayers and Words of Comfort

    Inspirational words to help patients and their families find strength for their stay at Chester County Hospital.

  • Helpful Links

    Links to spiritual, grief, mental health, and other resources available on the Web.