The team at Glencroft Center for Modern Aging recognizes the importance of religion and spirituality to many. We provide the following spiritual services and resources for residents, their family members, and our staff on campus.
Worship Service Community of Faith: Sunday, 10:00am, Auditorium
Sunday Worship Service: Sunday, 10:00am – Providence Main Dining
Towers Bible Study: Tuesday, 3:30pm – Towers Coyote Den
Mass: First Wednesday of each month, 10am – Providence Skinner Memorial Chapel
Catholic Mass (TV) & Holy Communion: Sunday, 9am–10am – T2SL
Praying the Rosary: Monday, 10am – Providence Skinner Memorial Chapel
Holy Communion: Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sunday, 9am – T2SL, Served in-room at Providence Place
Mass: Our Lady of Perpetual Help (at the church building), Sunday, 9:30am (Bus provided by Glencroft)
Bible Study: Monday – Friday, 8:30am, 10:30am, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm
Daily Devotions: Monday – Friday, 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm
Community of Faith Worship Service: Sunday, 10am (live broadcast), Sunday, 7pm (earlier service), Saturday, 7pm (previous Sunday service)
Catholic Mass: Sunday, 9am
Glencroft Chaplain Contact Information
Stan Florez, Glencroft Chaplain (Office located in Providence Place)
Community of Faith at Glencroft
The Community of Faith at Glencroft is a community of Christ-followers where Jesus is Lord, the Bible is taught, and every person is important. We support a robust spiritual life program to complement other campus life activities.
Enjoy and participate in:
- Weekly prayer groups
- Communion to home-bound individuals
- Resident memorial services
- Grief and recovery support
- Women’s Bible studies
- Men’s groups
- Lectures and seminars
- Local and global outreach
All are welcome!
Joel Eidsness, Pastor; Office: 623-847-3066; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community of Faith Office, Casita Court 6, #43; Monday–Thursday, 9:30am–1:30pm; 623-847-3066
Bob Rudd, Minister of Community Care; 310-987-0269
Nick Rizzo, Pastoral Care Team; 602-571-0059
Providence Skinner Memorial Chapel is open for personal prayer and meditation and is located on the first floor of Providence Place.
Contact the Chaplain to receive prayer, anointing, communion, or to speak with a Catholic Priest, Rabbi, Imam or other clergy.