Sponsor-page-banner-GIRO

Lucas Gleaves

Emergency Services and Trauma Chaplain
St. Louis University Hospital

Luke Gleaves is the Emergency Services and Trauma Chaplain at St. Louis University Hospital. He has previously worked as a staff chaplain at the University of Missouri Hospital, and the Heart Services Chaplain at Barnes Jewish Hospital. Luke is ordained through the Evangelical Free Church, and is Board Certified as a Chaplain through the Association of Professional Chaplains. Luke has been doing ethics consultation for most of the last decade in the hospital setting, along with caring for patients as a chaplain. He is a Captain in the Army Reserve, where he serves as Chaplain to the 418th Civil Affairs Battalion. Luke has a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Religion from Truman State University, a Masters of Divinity Degree from Denver Seminary, and 5 units of Clinical Pastoral Education. He is married to Amy, and has two daughters: Juliette (5 years old) and Jillian (2 years old). He loves the outdoors, particularly anything that involves being on or around the water, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping.

©2020 MHA - CTS - All Rights Reserved. Powered by Performedia
HelpFAQ
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram