The Faith Center at Lindner Center of HOPE

Our Spiritual Care Professionals compassionately affirm the dignity and value of each individual and honors the right of each faith group to embrace its ideals and traditions, including religious diversity.

Uniquely designed to seat up to 32 people, the Faith Center offers a tranquil atmosphere to enhance the essential spiritual care we provide for our patients and their families. The Faith Center includes a piano and a meditation garden.


Over 200 research studies have shown that a religious commitment is associated with:

  • Better physical and functional status
  • Reduced extent of psychopathology
  • Greater emotional well-being
  • Improved coping
  • Strengthening of social supports
  • Overall health enhancement
  • Prevention/Survival

 

Lynn Gordon, ThD“It is my privilege to serve as Spiritual Care Coordinator at Lindner Center of HOPE. Our goal is to meet the spiritual needs of each individual as they journey toward recovery.” – Lynn Gordon, ThD

 

 


Spiritual Care Touches the Lives of Patients

“Having someone to pray with me in a hospital setting has been such a comfort.”

“I’ve been provided with such strength and hope. My spirituality has really grown.”

“I couldn’t have made it this far without Lindner Center of HOPE. I still talk about the poem Faith vs. Doubt.”

“I have HOPE of reconnecting to a faith community.”


 

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For more information about Spiritual Care Services at Lindner Center of HOPE, please contact the Spiritual Care office at 513-536-0860.


Spiritual Care Services

  • Enrichment Groups
  • Spiritual Care Assessments and Daily Spiritual Support
  • Chapel Services
  • Prayer and Meditation
  • Community Outreach
  • Music Presentations
  • Printed Resource Materials

Are you or someone you know grieving? To learn more about Finding HOPE Inside One’s Grief, click here.


Depression Recurrence Less Likely When Religion Is Important 

Adults at high risk for developing major depression may benefit from a deep connection to their faith, particularly in reducing the risk of recurrent depressive episodes.
Read more, click here.