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Chaplains visit with patients and family members at the hospital and elsewhere providing spiritual care, counseling and education to people of all faiths.
Integral to Baylor Garland’s Christian ministry of healing is a commitment to spiritual care. Bob Duncan, Th.D., pastoral care manager, and chaplain Ines Lowe, BRE, are two of the four full-time chaplains and 15 volunteers who make up the pastoral care staff at Baylor Garland. “Pastoral care is very much about respecting the faith tradition of all people and trying to find points of commonality,” Duncan says. “The language of grief and loss is a common language.”
Chaplains visit with patients and family members at the hospital and elsewhere providing spiritual care, counseling and education to people of all faiths. If you would like a visit from a chaplain call 972.487.5454.
For Baylor’s dial a prayer service, call 972.487.5454 and select option #6.
The Hartman Chapel is the physical embodiment of Baylor Garland’s commitment to spiritual care. It’s a glorious place where the spirit can be renewed and hope restored. The chapel was made possible by a generous gift from Betty Hartman Osborn in memory of her father, John T. Hartman, a Presbyterian minister who started many churches in this area during his 60-year career.
The chapel’s signature feature is the series of 24 striking, contemporary stained-glass panels, designed and executed by internationally recognized artist Dennis Roberts of IHS Studios in Fredericksburg.
Chapel services are held in the Hartman Chapel on Sundays at 4 p.m. The chapel is located on the second floor of the Buchholz Pavilion. For more information call 972.487.5454.
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