Hospital Chaplaincy – Prince George
Sister Beverly Bobola, OP
Sister Beverly provides comfort, encouragement and hope for those who find themselves at the Prince George Regional Hospital, whether as a patient or there to visit a loved one. If you wish to have Sister Beverly visit while you are in the hospital ask your nurse to forward your request or ensure your name is on the Roman Catholic religion list when you are admitted. A priest is also available on an on-call basis for the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. And if you have concerns about a loved one in the hospital contact Sister Beverly.
Prison Chaplain: Frank Jamin
While serving as one of two inter-faith chaplains at the Prince George Regional Correctional Centre – providing for the spiritual care of all inmates, staff and families, whatever their particular faith tradition might be – Senior Regional Chaplain, Frank Jamin, is an active member of St. Mary’s Parish and the Roman Catholic community in Prince George.
The inter-faith chaplaincy at the University of Northern British Columbia works within the university structure providing chaplains from the various faith traditions in Prince George to staff the office in turn. The Roman Catholic community has been part of the chaplaincy from the beginning. As well as being available to students, the chaplaincy sponsors various presentations and activities for the campus community.