St. Francis Reflections Chaplaincy Program

Our Chaplains are dedicated to helping you uplift lives in your faith community.

St. Francis Reflections Chaplains collaborate respectfully with you, working to provide the best spiritual support for our patients who are members of a faith community. Our Chaplains are available to provide education about end-of-life spiritual care.

Jonelle Capitano, M. Div.

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A Florida native who grew up in Tampa, Florida. She attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland, FL where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education.

Ann Taylor Owen, MA, CT

Ann Taylor Owen

Originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Ann is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She was ordained into Christian Ministry by Calvary Baptist Church, and endorsed as a Chaplain through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.

Ganelle (Gay) Mann, M.Div.

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Has worked as a hospice Chaplain since 2009 with previous experience in nursing, theology, and clinical setting ministries.

Rachel Steakley, M. Div.

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A Florida native, is an ordained minister in the Disciples of Christ (Christian Church). Following her teaching career, Chaplain Rachel attended Asbury Theological Seminary whereby earning a Masters in Divinity.

Gerald Norrington, M.Div.

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Is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. He earned a B.A. in Religion from Trevecca Nazarene College {University) in Nashville, TN and a Master’s of Religious Education and Masters of Divinity from Nazarene Theological Seminary.

Pam McMillan, M. Div.

Community Engagement Coordinator
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St. Francis Reflections now has a Community Engagement Coordinator dedicated to providing outreach services, information, and education to the faith-based communities we serve.

Contact Us Today to Learn More

Phone: 321.269.4240

Toll Free: 866.269.4240

Some Things You Should Know:

  • Chaplain care is interfaith Hospice Chaplains never promote a religion or seek to convert.
  • They listen first to ensure they meet people wherever they are in life’s journey, regardless of religion, culture of family traditions.
  • Chaplain care is also for family and fellow caregivers Family and fellow caregivers can experience a wide range of emotions. Hospice Chaplains are trained to help guide them through spiritual and emotional challenges.
  • Chaplains are part of a larger hospice health care team Medicare requires hospice providers to offer the option of spiritual care from a hospice Chaplain. St. Francis Reflections acknowledges the importance of a well-trained Chaplain on their Interdisciplinary Care Teams.
  • Grief support Hospice Chaplains help patients and their families through each stage of grief – before, during and after death.
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