Pastoral

The Pastoral Department Resident Centered Care Plan is in line with the Bishop Noa Home Facility Assessment published in January 2018. The plan is integrated with the systems, practices and procedures currently in place to meet our resident population in a person-centered way. The BNH Pastoral Department is conscious of the ethical and boundary considerations of culture, ethnicity, and beliefs. Thus, in the most personal, sensitive and delicate manner, we provide services with utmost love and care to our residents and their loved ones. Given the situation and environment our residents our in, our overarching goal in the pastoral department is to facilitate a way to help transform pain, loneliness, despair, and suffering into hope. The journey is conducted in the spirit of prayer, love and respect together with various services and activies offered. All activities and services are not end goals but springboards towards meaningful appreciation of life and loved ones on the residents journey back to the real Home with the profound realization that the ‘voice of faith’ echoes the refrain, “dying is part of living’.

Religious Services

Catholic

Services Mass: Sunday - Friday, 10 am Rosary: Monday, Tuesday, Friday, 3 pm and Wednesday & Thursday after Mass Ward Communion Sunday through Friday before Mass Anointing of the Sick Second Monday of the Month after Mass
Morning & Evening Praise via Intercom Morning Praise, 8:15 am Evening Praise, 5:45 pm Confession 2nd Wendesday of the Month, 11am Rosary Cell Hour Saturdays, 1pm

Protestant - June

Sundays, 2 pm
2nd 9th 16th 23rd 30th
Seventh Day Adventist Bark River Bible Church Immanuel Lutheran Church Memorial United Methodist Church Bethany Lutheran Church
Sr. Eden Orlino, SPC Pastoral Services
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Pastoral

The Pastoral Department Resident Centered Care Plan is in line with the Bishop Noa Home Facility Assessment published in January 2018. The plan is integrated with the systems, practices and procedures currently in place to meet our resident population in a person-centered way. The BNH Pastoral Department is conscious of the ethical and boundary considerations of culture, ethnicity, and beliefs. Thus, in the most personal, sensitive and delicate manner, we provide services with utmost love and care to our residents and their loved ones. Given the situation and environment our residents our in, our overarching goal in the pastoral department is to facilitate a way to help transform pain, loneliness, despair, and suffering into hope. The journey is conducted in the spirit of prayer, love and respect together with various services and activies offered. All activities and services are not end goals but springboards towards meaningful appreciation of life and loved ones on the residents journey back to the real Home with the profound realization that the ‘voice of faith’ echoes the refrain, “dying is part of living’.

Religious Services

Catholic

Services Mass - Monday-Sunday, 10 am Rosary - Monday, Tuesday, Friday, 3 pm and Wednesday & Thursday after Mass Ward Communion Monday-Sunday after Mass Anointing of the Sick Second Sunday of the Month Holy Hour 3rd Monday of the month, 3:00 pm
Morning & Evening Praise via Intercom Morning Praise, 8:15 am Evening Praise, 5:45 pm Confession 2nd Wendesday of the Month, 11am Rosary Cell Hour Saturdays, 1pm

Protestant - June

Sundays, 2 pm
Seventh Day Adventist Bark River Bible Church Immanuel Lutheran Church Memorial United Methodist Church Bethany Lutheran Church
2nd 9th 16th 23rd 30th

Bishop Noa Home

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres

(906) 786-5810
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