At Emmanuel Home, residents can live life to the fullest!
We offer independent living and assisted living for Edmonton seniors in a supportive and loving Christian retirement community. Residents enjoy beautiful courtyards and grounds, spacious and comfortable suites, a diverse range of recreational programs and activities and a caring, dedicated staff.
Our housing for seniors can accommodate those who desire independent living as well as those who require more care through assisted living facilities. All our residents benefit from our health care program, provided through Alberta Health Services, that includes care from Certified Health Care Aides and/or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) who is on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Every suite has 24-hour emergency call service and a Registered Nurse is always available on call.
Providing more than just seniors’ housing and healthcare, Emmanuel Home is committed to meeting the physical, social and spiritual needs of residents in our Christian community. We employ a Recreation Coordinator who provides a wide range of programs and activities including fitness and exercise programs, entertainment, social events and outings to attractions, events and activities throughout our community and the City of Edmonton.
Our Mission: To offer seniors a Christian environment that is safe and comfortable so they can live in dignity.
Our Core Values: Integrity, Caring, Excellence
In 1968, the Christian Seniors Citizen Homes Society of Northern Alberta was registered as a charitable not-for-profit society under the Alberta Societies Act legislation. This started the dream and mission to provide quality care and housing for seniors in our Christian community – all under the guiding principles captured in the name Emmanuel, which means God with us.
Emmanuel Home first opened its doors as a brand-new senior living facility in 1972, offering 36 suites and several lodge-style accommodations. Most residents were moved in by the end of November 1972 with the grand opening held in February 1973. That original building is now called the West Wing.
In May of 1994, construction began on a new 51-suite wing, now called the Centre Wing, to expand our retirement community. Renovations were also made to the central dining and recreation areas. The newly expanded Emmanuel Home was officially opened on September 30, 1995.
In 2012, the facility was expanded further to include the East Wing with the addition of 56 new suites.
Members of the Christian Seniors Citizens Homes Society of Northern Alberta play a valuable role in providing the best housing for seniors in our Christian community. Consider becoming a member of the society and provide your input on many significant issues that affect the lives of our residents and their families.
As a member, you will also receive regular and timely information about events, news and other updates from Emmanuel Home. We also invite our members to participate in many of the events that take place throughout the year.
As a society member, you will contribute annual dues of $20.00 per person or $30.00 per family. Currently, the Society includes more than 750 members. All members sign support of the Society’s Statement of Faith.
The Society is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of nine members who meet each month. An Annual General Meeting is held for all members each year in May. For more information, or to join, please contact the Society by phone at 780-478-2051.
The Christian Senior Citizens Home Society of Northern Alberta was registered as a charitable not-for-profit society under the Government of Alberta’s Societies Act in 1968. Since then, the Society has provided both independent and assisted living facilities to seniors in our Christian community. All of this is accomplished under the guiding principles captured in the name Emmanuel, which means God with us.
The Board of Directors is the governing body in all matters pertaining to Emmanuel Home, operating under the Alberta Societies Act and the bylaws of the Christian Seniors Citizens Homes Society of Northern Alberta.
Board members are representatives of the Society membership and provide leadership to the Executive Director. They also have a fiduciary responsibility to see that the finances and records of the Society are in good order and support the organization by making necessary decisions and policies.
Directors serve three-year terms to a maximum of six years.
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