Completed by the generous donation of the Reiman Family Foundation, the Healing Chapel is the centerpiece of the future Healing Garden. With its soaring window, it peeks over the tree tops; reminiscent of chapels scattered across Poland. As you enter, body, mind and spirit feel more at ease.
The heritage of the land includes a strong spiritual component; one we carry forward today by serving the entire southeastern Wisconsin community. Retreats, weddings, baptisms and life celebrations have taken place in the Healing Chapel.
" From dark soil and hard seeds, new life springs forth on prairies, gardens and bogs and wherever they grow, peace, harmony and healing also seem to be part of the harvest. " Read a story from the Catholic Herald by clicking below:
Where do you go to find inspiration and "let go"? We invite you to stop in.
In the midst of a busy day, take a moment to quiet and calm your spirit. Or as part of your "prescription for yourself", find a moment of peace and support as you gaze at the serene woods and lake through the windows. And around you as nature is brought indoors.
Programs in wellness, mindfulness, and whole-being are offered year round. The Chapel is also available for retreats, weddings or other special occasions. Please contact the Conservancy for more information.
The Chapel is open Monday - Friday, 8am to 5:00pm.
We welcome life's milestones at the Reiman Healing Chapel and We Energies Foundation Healing Garden. Weddings, Baptisms and Celebrations of Life have more meaning in our peaceful, natural environment.
Arrangements and bookings must be made with the Conservancy. All events must be confirmed.
Contact Susan at 414.510.4771 or email@example.com
Healing Chapel in the Woods is a peaceful place
“I want to communicate that the Healing Chapel at the Conservancy is wonderful and I frequent it for prayer and meditation. I am so glad I discovered this hidden gem in our community. Thank you for building this beautiful, reflective prayer center.”
Sponsorship of ongoing programs for our community means we can continue serving all who visit. Your support will enable us to help many. Thank you!
Listen to our latest interview aired on March 15, 2020 on News Talk WISN 1130 AM. You'll hear why our mission is so important in the community and learn how our partnership with the Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance is making a positive difference.