At Presbyterian Manor, residents find a place to live a balanced and fulfilling life in mind, body and spirit.
Life at the Manor
The halls of the Manor seldom fall completely silent as our residents are sure to be found visiting with friends and family in the lounge areas, playing cards and other games, and swapping stories about their grandchildren over fresh coffee in the Manor store, which has become its own social gathering spot. And, of course, there’s no substitute for a great meal and great conversation in the dining room!
From the dining room to the recreation room, you’ll find our residents enjoying the company of their neighbors. And hardly a day goes by without the opportunity for complimentary travel off campus for your shopping needs. Shopping choices include United Market Street, Sikes Mall, Wal-Mart and more. The Manor also arranges for trips to community events, area museums, art galleries, lunch out of town, day trips or a night at the symphony. Additionally, at a very reasonable cost, private transportation can be arranged for medical appointments.
Residents can choose from a wide array of activities and events planned by the full-time Activities Director. Some of these choices include exercise, choir, ceramics, organized games, movie matinees and mid-morning coffee socials. The computer center is always available to go online and email friends and family. How busy you are is always up to you!
Volunteerism and Community Service
Residents can also directly impact life at the Manor by serving on the Resident Council or by participating in a variety of in-house community service projects coordinated through our Volunteer Services office. Stay informed on important issues, such as financial planning and current events, through onsite presentations and programs.
Promoting a calm and complete spiritual environment is a core value at Presbyterian Manor. Through opportunities of Bible study, church service and regular times of communion, the Manor strives to provide a home for the spirit, as well as the mind and body.
It’s our goal to make life simpler, so that our residents can live more fully.