Patients and their families can access Pastoral Services at any time, day or night. Our interfaith chaplains serve individuals of all faith traditions and are available to accommodate religious and spiritual needs and provide support.

There are two chapels on the Hospital's campus:

Feinberg Pavilion
251 E. Huron, 2nd floor

Prentice Women's Hospital
250 E. Superior, 3rd floor


Feinberg Chapel
The non-denominational chapel, located on the second floor of the Feinberg Pavilion, serves the spiritual and religious needs of patients and visitors. It is open 24 hours a day, and Interfaith worship services are held every Sunday at 10 a.m. and every Friday at 12:30 p.m., as well as on holidays.


Interfaith Chapel
An interfaith chapel is available on the third floor of Prentice Women’s Hospital for our patients and visitors. We also offer pastoral care offices.


You may contact Pastoral Services from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, by calling 312-926-2028.

You can ask a healthcare professional to page a chaplain at any time if you need immediate assistance.

Interfaith Worship Services

Interfaith worship services are held every Friday at 12:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Feinberg Pavilion.

Clinical Pastoral Education Program

Pastoral Services and Education sponsors Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) programs year-round. Our CPE programs are accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE). The Chaplain Residents and Interns who participate in the CPE program provide pastoral care to patients, families and staff, and participate in individual, group and didactic educational experiences. The Residents and Interns consist of seminary students of different denominations, clergy active in parish, congregation and chaplaincy, and lay persons who active in ministry in a variety of contexts.

The Chaplain Residents and Interns have primary responsibility for on-call coverage of the hospital on evenings and weekends. They have the support of the Chaplains, who are available to provide information and resources.

Rev. Mark Bradley and Chaplain Peter Strening are certified as CPE supervisors by the ACPE, and direct the CPE programs. Rev. Michael Washington and Chaplain Matthew Jacobson are Supervisory Education students. The rest of the staff of Pastoral Services & Education serves as faculty as well.

For specific information about CPE at Northwestern Medicine please contact Susan Curran at 312-926-9749 or email

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