Who We Are
At St. Ann’s, faith is our guiding principle. Faith supports our mission to provide a loving and spiritual community for older adults to live a life of caring and wholeness, ultimately inspired by our Carmelite Sisters’ foundation of fraternity, service and prayer. As the 23-acre campus was developed, the Sisters who continue to own St. Ann’s today, decided the four distinct living areas within the overall community would be named in honor of four saints: Mary, Elizabeth, Joachim and Joseph.
Fraternity, service and prayer are more than mere words at St. Ann’s. While our roots are embedded deep within the Catholic Church, the expressions of the Carmelite Sisters and the memory of four saints our facility honors affirms that residents of all faiths are welcome with open arms. Each resident is treated with the care and compassion that every child of God deserves. Daily Mass and spiritual support are available around the clock to anyone who needs a hand to hold, a shoulder to lean on, or an ear to listen.