Jefferson University Hospitals

Spirituality & Cancer: Conversations

Jefferson recognizes that a diagnosis is an emotional experience for our patients and their loved ones. In addition to your physical needs, you may have emotional and spiritual needs that are an important part of your healing process. We are here for you, to listen, to comfort and to care.

We honor the beliefs and traditions that bring meaning to you. We respect the views of all religions, denominations, and personal philosophies.

Your experience of emotional and spiritual distress is unique to you. Through reverently acknowledging your story, we support you and your loved ones through your personal journey. We provide a listening presence to hear your burdens and concerns, your worries and fears, your questions of meaning, and feelings that are on your heart and on your mind.

This is an opportunity for those who are any stage of a cancer treatment, from diagnosis to remission and all points in between. We welcome families and loved ones who may be on the journey with you.

October 21: Cancer Loss, What it Means to Me

November 18:  Cancer Care, Preparing for the Holidays

December 16:  Cancer Grief, Healing Through it

Facilitated by: Rev. Marianne Robbins, MDiv, BCC and Rev. Alicia E. Parker FCN, RN-BC, BS, M.Div., CT

Registration Instructions:

To register in advance, click here

For any questions, please contact the Cancer Support and Welcome Center at 215-955-1800 or CancerSupportCenter@Jefferson.edu

Disclaimer: Please read our Zoom Terms of Service for Community Sessions.



Dates Offered:


Thursday, December 16, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Cancer Grief, Healing Through it

Delivered via Zoom video link