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Rollins Family Chapel

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Rollins Family ChapelOur chapel is a place open for prayer, meditation and reflection 24 hours a day, seven days a week. People of all faiths and traditions are invited to find peace, comfort and healing within its walls. The symbols displayed in our chapel represent six of the world's religions. They remind us that this chapel is a place for all to celebrate their religious traditions and spiritual connections with the Divine.

Buddhist prayer wheel

Buddhist prayer wheel
The eight-sided wheel refers to the eightfold path for right living and is observed in many forms of Buddhism. Prayer wheels vary in size from small, handheld objects to large cylinders that are permanently fixed inside the structure of a Buddhist temple.

Christian cross

Christian cross
The cross is a symbol recalling the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and is an important symbol within the Christian community. Christians view the cross as a reminder of the depth of God's love that endures forever.

Buddhist Om

Hindu Om
The Om is the most sacred symbol in Hinduism. It means openness with the Supreme, the merging of the physical being with the spiritual. The Om is the first sound of the Creator, from which emerges all other sounds and signs.

Islamic crescent and star

Islamic crescent and star
Practitioners of Islam are known as Muslims: "those who submit" to God's will as a means to achieve peace within their hearts and in society as a whole. Some Muslims view their faith as having no symbol, while others embrace the crescent and star.

Jewish menorah

Jewish menorah
One of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith is the menorah, a seven-branched candelabra used in the Temple. It has been said that the menorah is a symbol of Israel's charge to be "a light unto the nations."

Shinto Torii gates

Shinto Torii gates
The Torii are symbolic gates marking the sacred boundaries around or in front of a Shinto shrine or other sacred site. The Torii have become a primary symbol for Shinto, an ancient Japanese religion.

Pastoral and spiritual care

Community Hospital North's pastoral relations department is committed to providing support services to patients, families and hospital staff, with respect to their own needs and traditions. Professionally trained chaplains are available on an individual basis to assist with pastoral/spiritual care and counseling needs. They also strive to connect individuals who desire pastoral care and other spiritual or religious interventions with their own faith leaders, rites and traditions.

To access pastoral care services, call the chaplain's office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, at 317-621-5282. Chaplains are on-call for emergencies at all other times, including on holidays.

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