The Lutheran Homes Society was organized in 1885 through the efforts of Reverend Henry Reinemund. Mrs. Hershey was the wife of a wealthy lumber king and sold her home to Lutheran Homes at a minimal cost to be used for the orphanage.
Originally, all efforts were channeled into providing nurturing in a Christian environment for children. Later, Lutheran Homes expanded its Christian concern to include care services for the elderly. With the completion of Valley View Manor Nursing Facility in 1967, the path was set for dedication to senior living and care. Adjacent farmland, which once helped sustain our orphan children, now serves to bring enjoyment to residents as they view the tilling of the soil and harvesting of crops.8
Located in Muscatine, Iowa, Lutheran Living Senior Campus provides you with senior living residences, personalized services, and thoughtful conveniences for a full life today, and a continuum of healthcare and rehabilitation services to support you moving forward.
Compassionate Christian ministry is at the heart of our mission to care for the people at Lutheran Living.
Spiritual opportunities include regular Saturday worship in Faith Chapel, weekly Bible study, daily devotionals, memorial services, monthly Catholic Mass, and weekly Catholic Communion services. Faith Chapel can be used by residents and patients, family members, and staff for prayer and meditation. The chapel also welcomes area congregations for special services for their resident members.
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