4801 Spring Valley, Suite 115
Dallas, Texas 75244
|“A physician to the soul is no less important than a physician to the body.”
-- Ernest Holmes
Love in prayer. Grace in compassionate presence. Peace in healing.
Our Ministers, Practitioners and trained volunteers are dedicated to your well-being and wholeness and are "filled with the spirit of Divine Compassion." Through loving prayer, personal attention, and spiritual support we are here during your time of need. In addition, we are present for family members and friends during challenging life circumstances.
In a loving, intimate sanctuary of prayer and conscious presence, we provide:
Our spiritual caregivers offer loving support, quiet companionship, prayer and conversation to congregants who are hospitalized or confined at home due to illness or an accident.
Driving angels are here to support members during convalescent time. This includes transportation to doctors or running short errands for groceries, prescriptions and the necessities of life and healing.
Entering the sacred mystery of the unknown, infused with love and compassion, the Center’s Pastoral Care team provides assistance for congregants and/or family members or loved ones during the transition process of life. Through personal visits, prayer and holding consciousness, Hospice Support creates the sacred space of being present to Love and Truth, the Power and the Presence, in the dying process. Grief support is given through prayer, spiritual counseling and providing a safe place for people to share their grief. Information about the grief process is also provided. Continued loving support for family, friends and loved ones is always available.
To find out more about Pastoral Care, contact Rhonda Moore 214 679-6375 or Rev. SharonLynn Martinez at 214- 662-2724.
Are you or someone you know in need of pastoral care? If so please submit this very important information: (Note: The information in red is required.)
Please be sure and provide complete information including three important things:
- phone and address contact information
- whether you are requesting care for yourself, or another
- If the person is hospitalized, the name/location of the facility
Hospital And Home Visitation: Support, quiet companionship, prayer and conversation
Helping Hands: Transportation, groceries, prescriptions and other essential errands
Hospice And Grief Support: Continued, loving support for those in transition, family and friends.