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Spiritual Care is all about Caring for the Human Spirit. The human spirit is that part of every person seeking meaning, purpose, hope, and love.

In times of illness, trauma and loss, a person’s beliefs, values, and feelings are important aspects of their healthcare. Within the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region a Chaplain is a Spiritual Care professional who is a member of your healthcare team.


  • Listen to your fears, concerns, and needs;
  • Help you identify who or what is important to you;
  • Help you identify what you believe;
  • Help you ask your own questions and help you find your own answers; and
  • If you want, can link you with your own religious or spiritual community

Call a Chaplain when you:

  • have important treatment decisions to think about;
  • have been given life changing news;
  • have a religious or spiritual need;
  • have questions about yourself, others, life, or God;
  • are worried about your family; and
  • have questions about death and dying

Worship Services:

Pasqua Hospital Chapel:
Sunday Mass at 11a.m.

Wascana Rehabilitation Centre Chapel:
Roman Catholic Service: Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Protestant Service: Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
Roman Catholic Service: Friday at 1 p.m.
Anglican Communion: Third Thursday at 2:30 p.m.

Memorial Observances

Wascana Rehabilitation Centre Memorials
At Wascana Rehabilitation Centre, an annual Memorial Observance is provided for the family, friends,and staff of residents who have died while in the Region's care. This Memorial is held in the spring, and is a way to remember and honour all those WRCresidents who have died over the past year. In November, around Remembrance Day, there is an annual War Veterans’ Memorial as well.


Perinatal Loss Memorial Gathering
This annual Memorial Gathering is always held the first Sunday in October at 2 pm. The location is determined on an annual basis. Anyone who has experienced or has been touched by the death of a baby is most welcome to attend; the loss need not have been recent. Informational posters about the Memorial are sent to doctors’ offices and funeral homes; public service announcements are sent to the media; often the Leader Post will print an article about the upcoming Memorial.



The Basics of Spiritual Caregiving
The Basics of Spiritual Caregiving
  is a 10 hour program for anyone who thinks they might like to volunteer in Spiritual Care, or for anyone who wants to know more about Spiritual Caregiving in general. Leadership for this program is provided jointly by RQHR Chaplains and Community Faith Leaders.

Clinical Pastoral Education 
Clinical Pastoral Education is an intensive, 400 hour program of study accredited by the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care (CASC) and affiliatedwith Ambrose University Theological Seminary in Calgary AB. This is a professional level program of study for those individuals seeking certification asSpiritual Care Practitioners and for others working in healthcare who desire to gain some knowledge about the provision of Spiritual Care. While the prerequisiteis the completion of one year of a Master’s Degree in a Spiritual Care related field, exceptions are occasionally made based on an aptitude. Leadershipfor this program of study is provided by the Rev. Mary Brubacher, who is a CASC-certified Teaching Supervisor.

For more information, contact:

Director, Rev. Mary Brubacher
Phone: 306-766-3569

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