Celebrating 70 Years of Compassionate Care – Watch Now #2

Over the past 70 years Menno Place has provided trusted care to more 27,000 seniors. As part of the celebrations for the 70th anniversary we interviewed current and former staff and residents about the impact Menno Place has had in their lives.  These are their stories.

Hymn Stories – May 2024

Few hymns paint such a vivd picture of God’s love as this one by Samuel Trevor Francis. Find out more about the hymn, O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus, and how its author experienced the mercy of God.

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We’re Celebrating Our Volunteers!

We want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of the amazing volunteers who give of their time and their hearts here at Menno Place.

Hymn Stories – April 2024

This poem, written by an Irish woman named Jean Sophia Pigott, became the favorite hymn of J. Hudson Taylor, the great missionary to China. Find out how the hymn Jesus, I am Resting, Resting helped strengthen the faith of an overwhelmed man near breakdown.

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Hymn Stories – March 2024

The authors of the this month’s modern hymn are committed to creating a more timeless musical style that every generation can sing. Find out more about In Christ Alone by Keith & Kristyn Getty and Stuart Townsend.

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Staff Appreciation & Service Awards 2024

Menno Place celebrates 840 years of staff milestones and 21 special service awards.

Hymn Stories – February 2024

This month’s hymn is Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty penned by English minister, Reginald Heber, in the early 19th century. Heber was a gifted poet and hymnist who faithfully served his small congregation. After his death, his widow discovered he had written over 50 hymns. She succeeded in publishing his work and brought them to the forefront of the Christian community.

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Hymn Stories – January 2024

January’s hymn is Trusting Jesus. This textually and musically simple expression of child-like trust in Jesus has met the daily spiritual needs of many of God’s people to the present time.

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Celebrating 70 Years of Compassionate Care – Watch Now

Over the past 70 years Menno Place has provided trusted care to more 27,000 seniors. As part of the celebrations for the 70th anniversary we interviewed current and former staff and residents about the impact Menno Place has had in their lives.  These are their stories.

Hymn Stories – December 2023

Joy is the keynote of the entire Advent season, especially for the Christian, who realizes its spiritual significance – God Himself invading this world and providing a means whereby sinful man might live eternally. Joy to the World is generally considered to be one of the most joyous Christmas hymns in existence, not in the sense of merry-making, but in the deep and solemn realization of what Christ’s birth has meant to mankind. Find out more about this hymn by Isaac Watts.

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