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Spiritual Life at Lifespark

More than any other generation, seniors are experts at adapting to change and dealing with loss. But even the most resilient person can struggle with spiritual emptiness and lack of purpose. Wherever you are on your life journey, our Spiritual Life team is here to support your emotional and spiritual well-being.

Meet Rev. Jeremiah Lideen, Lifespark Director of Chaplaincy, and hear about Lifespark’s Spiritual Life philosophy.

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Our signature services

Lifespark chaplains offer Spiritual Life signature services to all residents, families, and staff of Lifespark Senior Living communities.

Counseling and Visitation

Provide one-on-one counseling and visitation for those seeking emotional, spiritual, or bereavement support.

Spiritual Groups and Programs

Facilitate religious gatherings, spiritual well-being programs, and learning opportunities for residents, staff, and families.

Coordination with Local Spiritual and Religious Leaders

Coordinate with network of local faith leaders and communities to support individual religious or spiritual preferences as requested.

End-of-Life Support

Offer end-of-life care through the “Honoring Spark” program to individuals in the final stages of life and their community of residents, family members, and staff.

About our Spiritual Life team

Our Spiritual Life team brings deep experience in hospital and hospice settings, addiction and recovery treatment, end-of-life and bereavement care, and leadership in local faith communities to Lifespark Senior Living communities. Rooted in our own faith traditions and trained in multi-faith spiritual care, we are here to facilitate and support your unique spiritual expression and practices.

Our chaplains are counselors, prayer companions, and experts in grief by way of experience and study. Embracing our pluralistic, multicultural spiritual landscape, we coordinate with local spiritual leaders and faith communities to support your individual religious beliefs and traditions.

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A whole-person approach to end of life

The last weeks of life can be both difficult and deeply meaningful for all involved—the person who is dying, their family, and the Senior Living residents and staff. Chaplains stand by to support family and resident wellbeing as requested. Our goal is to create a sacred space that honors the dying process and allows loved ones to walk together with dignity, comfort, and compassion.

Explore Our End-of-Life Support