Hospitals can represent a time of difficulty and uncertainty. In these circumstances, we may feel the need to take a step back, meditate or pray. Faced with illness, we find ourselves bound together by a common destiny, both believers and atheists. It has to be said that, despite the universality of the public hospital, we do not all have the same access to a place of worship for our religion. For this reason we are proposing a multi-faith programme at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in Paris, where the St Louis chapel is located. Here, we plan to install four chapels: Jewish, Christian, Muslim and non-faith. The challenge will be to allow everyone to find their codes and a continuity of practice, at the hospital. Where the chapels meet, there will be an agora.