Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation | Spiritual Care

Message from the Director of Spiritual Care
Deacon Robert Fricke, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America:

Welcome to our Good Samaritan family. The staff of Good Samaritan ‚Ä®Village seeks to work together as a team to provide high-quality physical, spiritual and emotional care and support to our residents.

As chaplain for Good Samaritan Village, I will strive to see that your spiritual needs and concerns are met. I look forward to spending time with you, your family and friends, getting to know you and ministering to your spiritual needs.

Much of our worship life reflects Lutheran tradition. We welcome and appreciate the presence and involvement of your minister; priest or rabbi. Should you have a particular concern or need, please contact me and I will do my best to address it.

Worship Services

Lutheran worship services – Sunday, 2 p.m. 
Catholic Mass and Episcopal services -- monthly
The rosary is also prayed several times a month

Volunteers from Chaplaincy Services of the United Jewish Federation of NENY visit our Jewish residents on a regular basis.  All services are open to residents, family, friends and staff.