In the early 1900s, Barbara and Henry Firestone opened their home to neighbors who needed assistance and began caring for them. As members of the United Zion Church and owners of a bakery that served the local area, Barbara and Henry’s generosity flowed from their Christian faith and their commitment to the community. Along with the church, they formally incorporated the effort as the United Zion Home for the Homeless in 1905.
Today, United Zion Retirement Community carries out its nonprofit mission with the same Christian commitment that inspired the Firestones more than a century ago. As a life plan community (also called a “continuing care retirement community”), we offer a full range of services that accent the lives of our residents, their families, and the broader community. And our unique staff culture centers around loving and caring for our residents and each other. If you’re looking for a Christian retirement home/community, we’d be honored to meet you! Schedule a tour here »
Our mission is to provide superior quality services to the aging, based on Christian principles, in a loving and caring community, encouraging independence, promoting wellness, and preserving human dignity.
You are cordially invited . . . Dessert Social & New Apartment Reveal Thursday, September 28 6:30pm – 7:30pm In the Community Room United Zion Retirement Community, 722 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, PA 17543 Questions? [...]
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During a May 4 groundbreaking, United Zion Retirement Community announced plans for a $9+ million expansion on its 11 acre campus in Lititz. Executive Director, Philip Burkholder, spoke of the organization exercising its wings while [...]
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