Chaplains are specially trained and qualified to support people in times of great challenge. They provide a practical, biblical service that glorifies God as they listen, support and guide.

Chaplains can:

  • Quickly respond to emergency needs
  • Provide prayer support at the hospital
  • Give a listening ear for concerns
  • Refer to specialized community services
  • Give initial counseling and appropriate referrals to long-term counseling
  • Alert the pastoral staff to special needs and assist with the response
  • Help keep people focused spiritually and emotionally in times of crisis or stress
Chaplains are people who were recommended by a pastor and have been certified by professional trainers. They receive intensive training with the highest biblical and ethical standards on subjects like Crisis, Self-Care, Ethics, Grief and Suicide.
If you’d like more information on the chaplain program, including how to become a chaplain, please contact us.

Talk to a chaplain

A chaplain is on call 24 hours a day at (209) 521-0181. If calling after office hours, press 2 to leave a message and a chaplain will return your call as soon as possible.



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