Amy L Teske, BCC, MA


As a called and ordained non-denominational minister, I provide trauma-informed pastoral care for individuals and families creating a soft and safe place to land. And, as a skilled educator, facilitating spiritual life groups together with clients and staff as we journey with the questions of life towards health, healing and wholeness. It is my desire to help clients integrate wholistic well-being by incorporating spiritual health into each healthcare plan, and by offering spiritual care assessments, dynamic spiritual life groups, and a compassionate listening presence and pastoral care.

Education: Bethel Seminary, Master of Arts in Christian Education and the University of Minnesota, Bachelor of Arts in Journalism

Certifications/Specialty Trainings:

  • Licensed and ordained minister serving a “church/community without walls”
  • Board Certified Chaplain, Specialized training in Attachment
  • Regulation and Competency (ARC) model of care
  • Prepare/Enrich trained


  • Member of International Ministerial Fellowship
  • Association of Certified Christian Chaplains
  • Association of Professional Chaplains