Our ministry is committed to being a place “Where the Care of the Soul is the Soul of Care.” Our mission is “In Christ’s love . . . to provide for the spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional needs of people entrusted to our care.”
Our executive leadership team, Board of Directors and the Foundation’s Board of Trustees guide our organization to provide Christian care throughout our services and programs. Caregivers are dedicated to the Christian mission of our organization.
Our history goes back to one family’s loss during the Civil War, which led to the creation of a home for the aged and the orphans in 1898. It’s a story of love, dedication and hope.
Each year, we honor a volunteer who serves in special ministries through the Care of the Soul Leadership Award.