Spiritual Care

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Caregiving seminar:
Please, Listen to Me. Having the Important Conversations

  • October 2013
  • Sponsored by Cancer Prevention Institute of California, Stanford Hospital Health Library, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, and Stanford Cancer Institute

Shehechianu: Living in the Moment
Part of the series
"Sacred Conversations as We Age"

  • February 2012
  • Speaker: Rev. C. George Fitzgerald
  • Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program

Sacred Art of Listening
Part of the series
"Sacred Conversations as We Age"

  • January 2012
  • Speaker: Rev. John Harrison
  • Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program

Spirituality and Medicine at Stanford Hospital
Part of the series"Sacred Conversations as We Age"

  • December 2011
  • Speaker: Rev. Cynthia Irvine
  • Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program

Forgiveness and Repairing Relationships
Part of the series
"Sacred Conversations as We Age"

  • February 2012
  • Speaker: Rev. C. George Fitzgerald
  • Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program

Ethical Wills
Part of the series
"Sacred Conversations as We Age"

  • January 2012
  • Speaker: Rabbi Lori Klein
  • Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program

Spirituality and Aging, Grief and Loss
Part of the series
"Sacred Conversations as We Age"

  • January 2012
  • Speaker: Reverend Susan Scott
  • Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program

Chaplaincy for the "Nones": Spiritual Care in an Increasingly Nonreligious America

  • Apr 27, 2016
  • Presented by the Tufts University Chaplaincy
A group photo of the Spiritual Care Service Staff

Spiritual Care Service

Lord Jesus, I pray for your healing touch
Upon my body during surgery.
Guide the hands of the doctor
And all who assist in the surgery.
Use their skills to restore me
To health and wholeness.
I ask you to remove any fear
Or anxiety from my mind
And fill me with the peace
That you alone can give.
I place myself completely
Into your hands, Lord Jesus,
Trusting in your care and love for me.
May my recovery be swift,
My strength renewed,
And my health restored.
Bless those, Lord,
Who are concerned about me today.
I need their love and support,
And ask you to be with them
In a special way.
Replace any fear they have with your peace.
I place it all into your hands, Lord.
You are the Divine Healer.
Amen.

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