The BSA Spiritual Care department provides inclusive pastoral care for patients, families, visitors and BSA staff delivered with compassion and respect. BSA chaplains help with the coping process in times of spiritual distress and emotional crisis and provide care in many ways, including supporting personal spiritual beliefs, aiding adjustment, supporting in trauma and addressing end-of-life issues. Patients may request a visit from one of our chaplains through a nurse or by calling 212-5343.

The McKee Chapel is located on the first floor near the gift shop. The Chapel is open for spiritual reflection. Services are held regularly, including Catholic Mass every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at noon and every Sunday at 4 p.m. Please check the schedule posted at the door of the Chapel or by calling the Spiritual Care office for any changes.

The CARE Channel, Channel 21 on the main BSA campus, provides images of nature and therapeutic music to promote healing as well as live televised Masses and other services from the Chapel.

The Spiritual Care office assists local clergy in providing pastoral care for all faith traditions and religious groups. Local clergy are encouraged to obtain a clergy badge to wear during hospital visits. The badges are issued in the Spiritual Care Office at no charge. Clergy parking is available on Level B of the main parking garage.

BSA Department of Spiritual Care


Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday

For Chaplain services after 4:30 p.m. and weekends, call 806-212-5035.