Episcopal Senior Communities cultivates and builds healthy communities with a continuum of residential and innovative aging services that actively promote intellectual, physical, social and spiritual wellbeing.
About Episcopal Senior Communities (ESC)
For us, it’s not only about where you are, but whom you’re with. That’s why ESC is about people – the people who live here, volunteer here, and work here. In our communities, you will find yourself surrounded by people who care, and you can always count on being our top priority.
We believe ESC is a place where each individual brings a unique perspective, a different story, and new and exciting ideas. And all are enthusiastically welcomed, regardless of what their spiritual affiliations may be.
We are guided every day by the following principles, and we strive to incorporate them in our day-to-day work to make ESC a home.
Our Board of Directors brings passion, knowledge and experience to the ESC leadership team. For board member bios, please click here.
Guiding Principles of ESC
HONOR the heritage of the organization and its relationship with the Episcopal Diocese and its ministry to serve the seniors as a nondenominational and nonprofit provider of services and housing.
RESPECT one another as members of the community, whether resident or staff, striving to be collaborative and to treat one another with compassion.
EMBRACE the unique characteristics of the individual while building and supporting the needs of each community, dedicated to expanding the diversity of those who live and work within the ESC family.
SERVE with integrity, ethically conducting the business and management of the organization so that it meets current needs as well as plans for the future.
GROW community programs and housing in order to serve seniors of a wide range of financial means.
BUILD the resources and financial capacity of ESC and ESC Foundation and the commitment as good stewards, to assure the organization’s present and future ability to satisfy its stakeholders and achieve its Mission.
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