Retirement homes listed here will offer comfort to Toronto Christians looking for a community of fellow believers. Christian retirement residences come with some variety: some may be denominational, others non-denominational; some may have Christian activities organized at the community level, while others simply encourage Bible study and other faith-related activities. All communities, though, list Christianity as a main religious affiliation. In these residences, you will find a community of believer who share your faith and other life experiences, too, of course.
Forestview Retirement Residence is North York's newest seniors' residence. We offer Independent Lifestyle and Full Service Assisted Living Accommodations and Services, plus Short Term and Respite Stays.
Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living
A well-established not-for-profit, NHT is committed to enriching the lives of seniors. Gracious dining & café, a terrace garden, daily fitness, a vibrant Concert Series - there is plenty for residents to enjoy at NHT!
Lifestyle Options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care
For many, Christian faith can be a strong consideration when choosing a retirement home. Moving is a very big decision. Finding a retirement home where faith is encouraged or nurtured in a community of fellow believers can be comforting. You know you will find people who share your faith, both among the staff and community members.
Of course, there are different denominations of Christianity, and people all have different perspectives, backgrounds and biases. Some communities above may be less explicitly Christian, while still supporting Christian activities, like small worship groups, Bible study, and denominational chapel services where members can worship together.
Christian retirement homes often have an explicit denominational origin like Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist or any other. Today, many will be non-denominational. If these distinctions matter to you, investigate further by looking at the manager’s message on the Comfort Life profile linked above or review their mission statement.
Greater Toronto Christian retirement homes you find listed above will offer much, including:
Some communities listed above will be supported by churches or other Christian organizations and will this cost less; many of these are, in fact, not-for-profit. Read a fuller list of the advantages you’ll find in Christian retirement homes.
As important as faith may be to you, your focus should be on health care and personal care needs. If you need help with basic ADLs and there are communities on your shortlist that will suffice in terms of community or friendship opportunities, it’s important to at least weigh your priorities. Can you get adequate nursing care in the Christian retirement home that most interests you? Make this your first concern.