Our charter as a ministry of the Reformed Episcopal Church, a part of the Anglican Church in North America, is to promote the general charitable work of churches, ministering especially to those who are lonely, forgotten, and bound by physical, mental, or other frailty in extended care or similar facilities including Livingston Care Center in Dayton, Ohio. We offer the light of Christ through worship, sacraments, fellowship, and other charitable acts to foster and extend an active and fruitful Christian community of those to whom and with whom we minister. Core values include a strong emphasis on ministering to the whole community, the whole person, and a strong emphasis upon personal relationships, prayer, worship, the sacraments of baptism and communion, and having a pastor for God’s people in each nursing home.
The spirit of invitation requires uncompromising and compassionate ministry to all regardless of race, age, affiliation, apparent faith in Christ or lack thereof. While we draw material and human resources primarily from Reformed Episcopal Church parishes, we invite our fellow Christians of other branches of Christ’s Church, and all who love our Divine Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ in sincerity to partner with us in worship, ministry, support, and prayer.