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Good Samaritan Chapel

Good Samaritan Foundation-Dayton is excited to announce that construction has begun on the site designated for the new Good Samaritan Chapel at the North Campus. This significant step marks the beginning of a transformative project that promises to provide solace and unity to all who enter its doors.

Constructing a chapel at the North Campus reaffirms our promise to continue the legacy of Good Samaritan and provide a space of hope and healing for our patients, staff, and community.

New architectural renderings have been finalized, offering an exciting glimpse into the future design of the chapel. One notable feature is the incorporation of a stunning wood wall adorned with pieces of stained glass from the original St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Chapel at the former Good Samaritan Hospital. This design choice pays homage to the cherished artifacts of the past while embracing contemporary aesthetics.

Additionally, the new chapel will feature the original chapel’s pews, intricate woodwork, breathtaking doors, chandeliers, and stained-glass windows. It will also serve as a museum featuring a hallway of artifacts from the former hospital, including the cornerstone, historical plaques, and stonework.

Upon its completion, the 1,500-square-foot chapel will serve as a sanctuary for all, offering comfort, reflection, and a quiet moment of peace to individuals of all faiths and backgrounds. Scheduled to open this summer, the Good Samaritan Chapel at the North Campus will embody the enduring spirit of compassion, community, and healing for generations to come.

To make a gift to the Good Samaritan Chapel project, please call (937) 208-4623 or click here.