Garden of Hope and Healing
St. Luke's Auxiliary Garden
Inspiring Hope and Healing through Nature
St. Luke's has created a unique, tranquil landscape project for patients, family and friends to enjoy while visiting the St. Luke's Anderson Campus in Bethlehem Township. Individuals with serious illnesses, like cancer or heart disease, often benefit from a connection with nature. This connection can play an important role in the healing process.
The garden features a third-of-a-mile walking path encircling a large pond. The pathway connects features such as a rose garden, a butterfly garden, a picnic grove and an amphitheater where medical lectures and symposiums can be held. The relaxing sounds of the pond's fountain and the soothing colors of the gardens help create an environment that refreshes and renews both body and spirit.
If you would like more information about naming opportunities within the garden, please contact the St. Luke’s Development Office by phone at 484-526-3067 or by email.