The Chaplaincy in the News
Bette Cooper, Executive Director of The Chaplaincy Announces Retirement
Chaplaincy Receives Grant from Three Rivers Community Foundation
Chaplaincy Announces Bob Heck as New Director of Planned Giving
An Angel's Harp
December 16, 2011
Chaplaincy dedicates new building at Spaulding Park
November 16, 2011
Suicide in the Tri-Cities: A painful awareness
Sunday, October 9, 2011
Evening Supports Chaplaincy
Friday, July 15, 2011
Chaplaincy dedicates land for Richland building
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Hospice nurses give compassion to those in dying days
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Herald reporter wins national honor
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Hanford Atomic Metal Trades Council (HAMTC):
IBEW Local 77 contributes to Hospice
Chaplains Help in Times of Crisis
March 27, 2010
Tri City Herald: Spiritual Life section
Kennewick hospice volunteer learns how to live
Sunday, November 9, 2009
Bill Lotz receives "Chaplain of the Year" award
October 28, 2004
Our Identity in the Community
The Tri-Cities Chaplaincy's service area has grown beyond the Tri-Cities area. We changed our name to "The Chaplaincy" to reflect this growth.
By applying for a dba (doing business as) status in 2005 with the State, the
name changed, however, the legal name of the organization remains:
Our tag line is also our mission statement.
Serving Others with Impeccable Spiritual Emotional & Physical Care describes the work we do supporting those experiencing grief and loss.
Lean more about our mission, vision and values.
The Chaplaincy's hospice care and Cork's Place program have become very well known in the community.
So well known that people don't know they are operated by The Chaplaincy.
We don't want people to forget the organization that makes the work possible. Therefore we created la logo for each of our program's services to help keep the work and the organization together.
For more information, please visit the others areas of this website or contact The Chaplaincy 509-783-7416.