Religious Services at Mount Sinai Hospital

Patients, families, and staff are invited to our chapels.

The Hatch Interdenominational Chapel at Mount Sinai Hospital
Guggenheim Pavilion, First Floor West, 1190 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10029
The Hatch Interdenominational Chapel provides beautiful worship space for people of all religious traditions, as well as those who identify as spiritual, not religious. The chapel also has a dedicated mosque for Muslim prayer.

The Peck Jewish Chapel at Mount Sinai Hospital
Guggenheim Pavilion, Second Floor West, 1190 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10029
The Peck Jewish Chapel provides peaceful space for prayer, study, and reflection.

Catholic Services

In the Hatch Interdenominational Chapel:
Mass is held Sundays and on Catholic Holy Days at 11:30 a.m.

Muslim Services

In the Hatch Interdenominational Chapel:
Jumu’ah every Friday at 1:10 PM
Salat, five times daily

Jewish Services

In the Peck Jewish Chapel:
Every Monday through Thursday Mincha at 1:45 PM
Friday Mincha 10 minutes after candle-lighting
Saturday Shacharit 8:30 AM, Mincha 6 PM, and Maariv 60 minutes after sundown

The Chesed Room, located next to the Peck Jewish Chapel, provides hospitality to patients and their loved ones.

Please visit the Mount Sinai Jewish Brochure for additional resources.

All Faith Traditions

If you have specific religious or spiritual needs, please contact the Spiritual Care Department at 212-241-7262.