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Contact information

St-Elisabeth site - Uccle
02-614 20 00
St-Michel site - Etterbeek
02-614 30 00
Bella Vita Medical Center
02-614 42 00

Pastoral Service

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In close collaboration with the healthcare staff and for the purposes of the global care provided to hospitalised patients, the Catholic pastoral team is at your disposal and provides human, spiritual and religious support. It also serves as a bridge with the representatives of other denominations (Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, Islamic, Israelite), Buddhist philosophy, as well as with secularism.

What is our mission?

  • Providing support to patients and families who desire it, through meetings, listening, discussions, a supporting presence, a shared prayer or a sacrament.
  • Organising liturgical and sacramental activities within the clinics.
  • Supporting members of the healthcare staff by listening to their doubts, paying attention to their experiences and exchanging thoughts about their questions. The entire staff of the Europe Hospitals is also invited to take part in the activities organised by the pastoral team.

How to contact us?

  • By filling in the support request form received upon your admission and handing it over to the healthcare staff.
  • By asking the healthcare staff at the admissions desk or by calling one of the numbers of the pastoral care team:
    • St-Elisabeth site: 02-614 22 40-41-42-43
    • St-Michel site: 02-614 32 40-41-42
  • Or by sending an email to the following address: ESMB-pastorale@euhos.be

When do Eucharistic celebrations take place?

The Eucharistic celebrations take place on Sundays and religious holidays at 10.30am.

At the St-Michel site: weekly Masses on Wednesdays at 12.30pm.

Where can you find the chapel?

  • On the St-Elisabeth site: first floor (route 800).
  • On the St-Michel site: second floor (wing 500, next to the main lifts).

Are you interested in providing volunteer work with the pastoral team? 

The Catholic pastoral care team is always on the lookout for enthusiastic volunteers who are keen to provide support to hospitalised patients by joining our team of volunteers.

There are several ways a volunteer can help:

  • Visiting patients during the week
  • Bringing communion to patients in their rooms, during the week, on Sundays and on bank holidays
  • Bringing the sick to the chapel for celebrations

If you are interested, please contact the pastoral team: