Hymns and Services on YouTube

In response to the covid-19 shutdowns that began in March 2020, I quickly created the Spiritual Eldercare YouTube channel. Videos galore!

On that channel, you’ll find sing-along videos of all 86 traditional, classic hymn recordings (and 20 Christmas carols and hymns) with easy-to-follow lyrics. For anyone or anyplace with internet access, these provide a simple way to host a small group (or one-on-one) hymn sing-along. If you want to print hymnbooks, I have those too.

In addition, each week I’m now recording and posting a weekly, full-length, nondenominational worship service. If you find these helpful, please subscribe to the channel — this helps other people find them.

Image by Pavlofox from Pixabay

7 thoughts on “Hymns and Services on YouTube

  1. Kelvin John Hasseler says:


    I’m interested in becoming a Chaplin, I have a Bachelors in biblical studies do you recommend a accreditation type ?


    • Elisa Bosley says:

      Thanks Kevin! I responded to you by email, but in case anyone else wants to know: After doing research and getting recommendations, took the in-person chaplain training course through International Fellowship of Chaplains (https://ifoc.org/). They now offer their training and certification online!


  2. Dr. Daryl Busby says:

    check out the chaplaincy progam at ACTS SEminaries just outside of Vancouver BC. Accredited, online and long standing….Great teachers


  3. Deborah Jean Ebert says:

    This is great to find Chaplain Elisa! We, too, are I.F.O.C. certified serving as the spiritual resource at our local nursing home. We are unpaid volunteers, but have actually gone through the hiring process there so as to be allowed to come into the facility during the Covid shutdowns.
    Thank you for your heart for the forgotten ones!
    Lloyd and Debbie Ebert


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