Community partners are the reason that we can care for our community and provide guidance during serious illness, crisis, loss and grief.

Tri-Cities Chaplaincy serves as the region’s recognized source for expert guidance during a crisis, at and through life’s end, and following a loss. Each year, we serve more than 1,200 families who are impacted by a terminal or serious illness, providing compassionate support and care that enriches the end-of-life experience. Thousands more — from children to adults — receive vital emotional and spiritual support during a crisis or after the loss of a loved one. This is only possible due to the generosity of our community partners.


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Position your company or business in a spirit of goodwill as a partner of key Tri-Cities Chaplaincy events and year-round promotion.
For more information please call our office at (509) 783-7416.



All Saint’s Episcopal Church

Bethel Church

Bethlehem Lutheran Church

Central Church

Christ the King Catholic Parish

Church of the Nazarene, Richland

Columbia Community Church

Congregation Beth Sholom

Eltopia United Church of Christ

First Christian Church, Kennewick

First Lutheran Church, Kennewick

God’s New Generation Church

Pasco First Lutheran Church

Kennewick First Presbyterian Church

First United Methodist Church, Kennewick

Lord of Life Lutheran Church

Meadow Springs Presbyterian Church

Morning Start Missionary Baptist Church

New Hope Missionary Baptist Church

Northwest United Protestant Church

Parish of the Holy Spirit

Pasco Riverview Adventist Church

Redeemer Lutheran Church

Richland Lutheran Church

Riverview United Methodist Church

Shalom United Church of Christ

Southside Church

St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish

St. Patrick’s Catholic Parish

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

West Highland United Methodist Church

Westside Church

“Being a member church of Tri-Cities Chaplaincy gives our congregation a toolbox of resources to help us through life’s toughest moments. Our church is small but our outreach to the community is large; we could never address the needs of our constituents without a much larger and comprehensive agency providing the emotional and physical support we all occasionally need.  There is no one better in our community (or maybe anywhere!) to help with end-of-life care, grief counseling and spiritual support for all faiths.”

- Pastor Laurie Gruel, Southside Church