Jeanne Hoff Goodwin Chapel
Located on the first floor between the north and south wings.
Chapel Service in Your Room
If you are unable to attend the chapel service, the service is made available on your hospital television on channel 17.
care includes the spiritual as well as physical and emotional needs of
each patient. The pastoral service staff have special training for
hospital ministry, and are available to assist you and your family,
regardless of your religion. Your priest, minister or rabbi is always
welcome to visit you.
are always open for visitors of all faiths for prayer and meditation.
Everyone is invited to attend non-denominational worship services each
At Iowa Methodist Medical Center the Jeanne Hoff Goodwin chapel is located on the first floor between the north and south wings and also can be accessed by the second floor of North and South wings. It is always open for visitors of all faiths for prayer and meditation. Everyone is invited to attend non-denominational worship services in the chapel each Sunday from 10 to 10:30 a.m., or to view the service from a hospital television on channel 17.
There is a prayer line which patients, families and friends can call for a prayer request. The line is checked daily and requests for prayer are included in that day's service. Requests may be in a person's name or on an anonymous basis.
Chaplains are available at Iowa Methodist Medical
Center for patients and families for supportive visits and pastoral
care. To request a visit, notify the nursing staff or contact the