125 Years of Faith and Progress
Since 1890, our mission has always been the same—to serve seniors through a variety of residential, lifestyle and health care options. What once started as a small cottage for seniors in Washington, D.C. is now a family of retirement communities and services located throughout Maryland and Virginia. We’ve built a legacy of caring for generations of seniors, and through our benevolent care, no resident has ever been asked to leave due to the event he or she can no longer afford the cost of care. Today, our mission has expanded beyond our flagship community, The Village at Rockville, Md., and includes The Legacy at North Augusta in Staunton, Va.; The Village at Orchard Ridge in Winchester, Va.; The Village at Providence Point* in Annapolis, Md.; and the first stand-alone service provider, myPotential at Home.
Doing For Others, Giving of Ourselves
We feel privileged that our heritage is rooted in service-oriented faith; more than 1 in 50 people in the United States today are served by a Lutheran-based social ministry. (http://www.lutheranservices.org/AboutUs) At National Lutheran, we believe the good we’ve received isn’t just for our benefit, but that we are to willingly share that with those around us. That includes many of our residents, staff, families, board members and individuals volunteering of their time, talent and treasure to enhance the greater communities in which we operate.
As we reflect on the past, we also are hopeful for the future and how we can serve seniors for another 125 years.
*The Village at Providence Point is pending approval from the Maryland Department of Aging