Faith Based, Non-Profit Difference

Much has changed since our founding in 1906, but one important fact has not – we remain a faith-based, non-profit organization.

While we are committed to the highest standards in our business practices, we are focused exclusively on our mission and guiding beliefs. We believe that our residents, their families, our employees, and our communities all benefit from our faith-based,  non-profit approach.

We celebrate a long-standing and valuable relationship with The United Methodist Church, sharing the Wesleyan values of respect, compassion, diversity, generosity, partnership, and service. In keeping with our United Methodist tradition, we are committed to enhancing the quality of life and holistic growth of our residents. Our faith-based mission and belief in charitable care continue to be at the heart of all we do in service to seniors.

As a faith-based, non-profit organization, strategic decisions are driven based on our mission and guiding beliefs, not on which strategies would generate profits. Customer satisfaction guides our organizational opportunities, so we offer our residents more staff, at higher levels with better benefits. We are governed by a community board, rather than a group of investors.

As you consider options for senior living – at any level – it is important to understand how non-profit companies stand out among all of the choices available to you. If we end a year with excess revenue, it is reinvested in the company to improve the quality and breadth of services we offer, rather than distributed to shareholders.

Although guided by our Christian heritage, we are accepting of and open to all, regardless of faith. We welcome all seniors to access our ministries, affirming our guiding belief of Inclusiveness.

View the complete Covenant Statement of Relationship