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United Methodist Communities and its predecessors were founded on the beliefs that faith heals and spiritual care is therapeutic. Our call to healing ministry is inspired by John Wesley’s passionate stance that healing the world is the responsibility of every authentic person of faith. We live out this call, not only by the medical care …

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“Whatever you did for one of the least of these…you did it for me.” (Matthew 25:40, NIV) We honor memory impaired residents’ dignity by offering options that free them to feel cared for, happy and secure, when they can no longer manage the activities of daily living. We hold this ministry as a sacred trust, …

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As Methodists, we have always done things our own way. At a time when most Christians saw God as a distant, all-controlling judge, John Wesley, our founder, believed in grace, free will and in faith embracing both belief and service. Proclaiming a God of love and invoking compassionate service, individual choice, and personal responsibility, Wesley …

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Many of you chose to live at United Methodist Communities, or helped your parent(s) choose one because our faith-based foundation reassures you that our relationship with God defines our identity, inspires our service and frames our mission. However, like all relationships, our relationship with God requires care and nurture to remain vital. Toward that end, …