Our Journey of Hope’s Georgia trainings and support are sponsored by Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Southeastern Regional Medical Center.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
600 Celebrate Life Parkway
Newnan, GA 30265
Other Exciting Regional Outreaches
Please Note: Unique spiritual outreach offerings made available at any particular Cancer Treatment Centers of America facility may not be offered/available at another Regional site(s) location. Each unique site decides what additional outreaches it makes available to the public in its specific geographic region without expectation or obligation of being available at other regional sites.
Community outreach events will be announced here as scheduled.
- Facilities tour and introduction overview of spiritual support services (By appointment only)
Weekly Services and Activities:
Morning Prayer & Devotion
Every weekday morning at 7:45-8:00 a.m. in the Chapel
Join us for this brief time of devotion and prayer — a wonderful way to begin your day.
God’s Word on Healing
Mondays at 6:00 p.m. in the Chapel
Join us for this insightful time of learning what God’s Word says about healing. Led by graduates of Rhema Bible Training College in Tulsa, OK.
Spiritual Support Group
Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. in the Chapel
Join us for a time of support and feel encouraged as we discuss fear, anxiety and other topics patients and caregivers experience. We always close by praying for the things going on in our lives. This is an informal time so please feel free to join us when you can.
Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel
We will gather together to sing songs of worship, pray for various needs, hear a message of encouragement and hope and share in communion on occasion. This service lasts approximately one hour.
Covers of Love
Distributed every Wednesday during Chapel worship service
While going through chemo treatment at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), a former patient experienced chills (as most chemo patients do) and decided to make herself a blanket. She thought it would be an act of kindness and love to make additional blankets – all unique and different – and distribute them to other patients. She affectionately called the blankets “Covers of Love,” and the gesture became a program at CTCA® hospitals.
NOTE: If your church would like to provide hand-made blankets of any size (knitted, crocheted, hand-tied or sewn) for cancer patients, we are happy to pass them along.
Thursdays at 11:30 a.m. in the Chapel
This special service is led by Deacons from local Catholic churches in Newnan. This service lasts approximately 20 minutes.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America treats all cancers, and all stages of cancers.
We listen to you, answer your questions and encourage you to be a part of the treatment decisions. That's why we've created the Ministry Concierge Services (MCS), a team of Oncology Information Specialists trained in working with the faith community.
Call an MCS Oncology Information Specialist now at the number below, anytime - day or night, to discuss second opinion appointments or treatment options available at CTCA.