Felician Village provides religious and pastoral care support for all faiths. We offer:
- Private chapel for campus residents
- Daily Mass in the Blessed Angela Chapel
- Prayer room at The Gardens with daily rosary devotion
- Regularly scheduled Lutheran/Protestant services
- Visitation by other denominations
Mission Services Department
The Mission Services Department continues the legacy of compassionate care begun by the Felician Sisters. In that Felician-Franciscan tradition, we serve the whole person - body, mind and spirit - in imitation of our foundress, Blessed Angela Truszkowska. We help ensure that the spiritual and emotional needs of residents/patients, staff and visitors are being addressed, and that the mission, vision and values of Felician Village continue to permeate every aspect of our ministry. Mission Services also directs an Ethics Committee that is available to residents/patients, staff, families and the wider community for consults and ongoing education.
Pastoral Care Team
Our Pastoral Care Team serves as a direct support of attentive listening and encouragement. We do this by accompanying others at the various stages of their respective journeys of life and faith, providing prayerful compassion and personal comfort along the way. The role of the Pastoral Care Team is to provide initial intake visits, sacramental ministry assistance, crisis calls, routine and referral visits, and assistance with funeral arrangements as needed.
Blessed Angela Chapel
Felician Village offers a variety of worship services on campus for men and women of many religious backgrounds, as well as various ecumenical services and programs. As a Catholic institution, we are grateful to have daily Mass and other sacraments available for our Catholic residents/patients and their loved ones, and we also host a regular rotation of Lutheran and other denominational services. All services are held in the Blessed Angela Chapel, located in the Village Square.
Weekday Mass — Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m.
Weekend Mass — Saturday, 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. (Vigil); Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
Confession — First Saturday of the month after Mass or by appointment
Mass Intentions — To schedule a Mass for a specific intention, call 920-684-7171, ext. 363.
Services at 10:30 a.m. on the first, third, and fifth Wednesday of each month.
Other Christian Denominations (Rotation)
Services at 2 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.
Felician Village and Holy Family Memorial have joined together to provide, Simply Worship, an opportunity for people with memory loss and their care partners to worship together in an environment that meets their unique needs.
The 30-minute, non-denominational, non-scaramental service will include familiar and favorite hymns, a short Christian message and Bible stories that focus on God's abiding love and care.
Simply Worship is open to the public and will meet each Thursday morning at 10:30 a.m.
The location will alternate between Holy Family Memorial Chapel and the Felician Village Blessed Angela Chapel based on this schedule:
Holy Family Memorial Chapel
2300 Western Avenue, Manitowoc, WI
First, Third and Fifth Thursday of each month
Felician Village Blessed Angela Chapel
1635 S. 21st Street, Manitowoc, WI
Second and Fourth Thursday of each month
Both locations are wheelchair accessible, restrooms in close proximity & have a hearing loop system that benefits persons wearing hearing aids with a t-coil feature for improved clarity of speaker.
Care partners must remain at the service with their participant to assist them as needed and share the experience with them. Participants cannot be dropped off for worship and picked up later.
Questions? Contact Carla Schommer, Felician Village Director of Mission Services, (920) 684-7171, ext. 363 or email or Chaplain Dan Borchers (920) 323-4750.