Emotional & Spiritual Resources
What is a chaplain and what do they do?
A chaplain acts as an ambassador, companion, concierge, navigator, mediator, etc. Their work highlights the elements of religion that run as an undercurrent to life's daily challenges. Chaplains serve as hosts for emotional, spiritual, moral support - and everything in between. They are assigned to the private chapel in places such as hospitals, military bases, or prisons.
Chaplains are available to assist patients and family members of any faith, including those who have left the path of religion. Our chaplains are here to listen, talk, pray, and to connect you with resources to encourage emotional and spiritual healing. Use the links at left to access online resources recommended by our Spiritual Care staff.
For more information about Spiritual Care Services at Littleton Adventist Hospital, or to speak with a chaplain, please call 303-730-5884.
Steve Gomes, Director of Chaplains
Josue Ramirez, Chaplain