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    Quiet Spaces
    Sutter Roseville Medical Center

    Sutter Roseville Medical Center and the Department of Chaplain Services provide numerous spaces on our campus for quiet reflection and prayer by patents, families and staff. Please feel free to use any of our quiet spaces during your visit to Sutter Roseville.


    The Chapel at Sutter Roseville Medical Center is on the first floor at the end of the walking bridge from the main entrance. The chapel is meant to be a place of quiet and refuge and of reflection and worship. People of all faith traditions, no faith traditions, are welcome to use the space as a means to connect to your source of strength and peace.

    Chapel Patio

    Just outside our chapel is a patio with a flower garden and benches. Please feel free to spend time enjoying the beauty of the flowers and the time to be outdoors. We would like to thank Alec Solano, who provided the benches and planter boxes as his Eagle Scout project.

    Outdoor Chapel/Prayer Garden

    Underneath the walking bridge (between the main entrance and the elevator to the cafeteria) is our outdoor chapel and Prayer Garden. The Prayer Garden contains the prayer rocks from our chapel and from the various units in the hospital. The benches for the outdoor chapel were provided by Tanner Krupp as part of his Eagle Scout project.


    The Labyrinth is located in the courtyard adjacent to our telemetry unit. Labyrinths are tool for meditation and contemplation and have been used for millennia by cultures around the world. The planter boxes and benches were provided by Trevor Semanski as part of his Eagle Scout project.