Pastoral Care at Twin Towers and Twin Lakes provides the ways and means for people to celebrate the experience of God within their own faith traditions. The Pastoral Care Department provides holistic pastoral / spiritual support and assistance to residents, families, and associates through Caregiver Groups, Bible Studies and Grief Groups for individuals throughout the year. Our commitment to spiritual health, including the services of a full-time chaplain, sets us apart from similar communities. We understand the significant contribution spiritual health provides to our Wellness Philosophy.
Twin Towers Spiritual Community Information
Contact Chaplains: (513) 853-2000
Chapel Services: Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
Catholic Mass: Day and times can be found in The Campus Informer
Catholic Communion: 1st and 3rd Mondays at 9:45 a.m.
Episcopal Mass: The last Wednesday of every month at 1:30 p.m.Twin Lakes Spiritual Community Information
Chapel Committee and Volunteer Opportunities
The Pastoral Care Teams at both communities are supported by a Chapel Committee (resident volunteers) who assist with Sunday Chapel Services, department programming, special services, Bible studies, mission activities, Health Services Area Worship and Protestant Communion. Volunteer opportunities are available for:
- Chapel Committee
- Prayer Team
- Ushers / Servers
Clinical Pastoral Education at Twin Towers
The Pastoral Care Department of LEC offers a challenging opportunity for learning and growth through Clinical Pastoral Education with a focus on care for seniors and those who are involved in long-term care. Clinical Pastoral Education students at LEC are regarded as an integral part of the caring team and, as such, work very closely with the other disciplines. The Clinical Pastoral Care program provides a variety of opportunities to reflect on experiences with peers, Chaplain staff, a supervisor and health care professionals at LEC.
Lectures and presentations are offered by Pastoral Care staff and professionals in the health care community.
Interpersonal Relations Group:
An opportunity to give and receive support, clarification and confrontation in a group setting, under the direction of a Supervisor.
Students will reflect on a greater awareness of theological, social, and psychological dynamics that are a part of the caring process.
Avenues of reflecting upon ministry opportunities using verbatims, practicum, spiritual assessment tools, and case study conferences.
Opportunities for one-on-one reflection with the CPE Supervisor (email@example.com).
LEC Clinical Pastoral Education is accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) to offer Level I and Level II CPE units.
For more information on CPE units at an LEC community contact the Pastoral Care Office at Twin Towers at (513) 853-2005.