The normal routine for Jehovah's Witnesses of regular field service, family worship, and congregation meeting attendance is encouraged and supported. Our activities :

  • Reading
  • Gardening
  • Knitting
  • Singing choirs
  • Television
  • Use of the Internet and the jw.org site

Upon admission, the staff draws up a detailed service plan which will serve as the organizing document for all personal care services provided to each resident. The plan specifies the personal care services and medications that the resident needs. In addition, it contains information about the resident's background, family, interests, hobbies, and favorite foods.

  • Know the background
  • Respond to the family's needs

Specially trained and certified caregivers staff our residence and provide a wide range of assistance—including personal care, social and spiritual activities, meal preparation and service, light housekeeping and laundry.
Caregivers become like family. They know you by name and do their best to honor your preferences. They make good use of their knowledge and experience to provide care and assistance.

  • Can you volunteer ?

Food is important and sharing a meal is an opportunity to develop close personal relationships with others. Meals are served in the dining room—the natural gathering place in any home. Healthy meals using fresh ingredients are prepared right in the open kitchen.
Residents are encouraged to share their favorite recipes with our cook. Family & friends are welcome to join us for a meal. Snacks are served twice a day at the dinning room.



Aside from our trained staff, there are plenty of opportunities for brothers and sisters to volunteer their time and resources.

Those that wish to volunteer their time to work with the residents must be dedicated, baptized Witnesses of Jehovah, who are in good standing in the congregation, and who have a sincere concern for elderly faithful ones. SEE ONLINE FORM.


Autonomy and privacy
The 'small house' model incorporates an innovative design and an organizational structure that allow the care partners to be completely engaged with the operation of the home as well as the lives of the residents.

This model of care creates an intentional community that honors autonomy and privacy as well as provide opportunities to developing close personal relationships between residents, their families and staff.