Spiritual care is a factor in the holistic care concept of Hospice.
May all who are connected through our hospice care – individuals, families, friends, and caregivers – know we are holding you in our hearts.
During this time of physical distancing, we honor the challenges you may face connecting with the people and sources of hope that are most meaningful to you.
Here we offer a few touchpoints that we hope may be sources of refuge or nourishment. We are deeply grateful for the opportunity to be with you on this journey. May peace be with you and all who are connected to you. – Dan
Spiritual & Bereavement Care Coordinator
9am Circle of Hope. A time to bear witness to the courage of anyone facing the end of life in this unsettled time. A time of prayer, meditation, and reflection. We welcome you to participate for a few minutes from wherever you are and in your own way and know that others are gathering with you. You are not alone.
Online Faith Services. A listing from WMUR of live streamed services from faith communities across the state of New Hampshire. Opportunities to connect with your own faith community or to explore new connections.
Spiritual Care Support. If you or someone you love is in our hospice care, we honor your courage as you meet the changes of the end of life and we are here to support your journey – however you understand and affirm what matters most. Dan and our spiritual care team are available to listen and to explore connections, questions and resources that may be meaningful to you.
Some of the primary concerns of a dying patient are spiritual questions related to sense of purpose, the meaning of life, self-image and hope for the future. Our Hospice Spiritual Coordinator can assist the patient and family with these concerns as well as others and can also reach out to a patients established faith leader when requested.
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