Welcome to Souderton Mennonite Homes in Souderton, PA

Souderton Mennonite Homes is a senior living community just a short walk from downtown Souderton’s restaurants and shops. Residents enjoy a friendly village-like campus with charming amenities, like the Apple Orchard Café, a quilting studio, and a performance quality auditorium for special events.

Come take a tour of our community and see why over 450 residents thrive at Souderton Mennonite Homes.

Construction updates

Today’s construction will serve tomorrow’s residents. Souderton Mennonite Homes is currently building new Memory Care neighborhoods for residents in Health Care (skilled nursing) and Personal Care (assisted living).

When completed, the new Health Care area will offer 18 private rooms for residents with dementia who also need the highest level of care. At the Personal Care level, residents in the Memory Care neighborhood (Park View) will enjoy a larger community with 26 private rooms, plentiful natural light, and beautiful common spaces both inside and out.

Work on both projects will be completed in the fall of 2024. Here’s how construction is progressing.

Souderton Mennonite Homes campus features

Apple Orchard Café

Come see why Souderton Mennonite Homes is known for its delicious food! Open to the public, the Apple Orchard Café serves up homemade meals to enjoy in the cozy café, adjoining sunroom, or the patio overlooking Elizabeth’s Garden.

Hours

Monday through Wednesday
6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Thursday and Friday
6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Saturday
6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Sunday Brunch Buffet
10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Corner Store

Near the Apple Orchard Café, The Corner Store offers a rotating assortment of gifts, jewelry, home décor, and grocery staples. Pop by and browse the shop’s one-of-a-kind items – there’s always something new to discover!

Hours

Monday through Friday
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Saturday
9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Charming, close-knit neighborhoods

Souderton Mennonite Homes residences are the perfect place to enjoy the peace and quiet – or get together with friends and neighbors. With bright, inviting rooms and modern amenities, you’ll find the right villa, cottage, or apartment for you. And since maintenance and repairs are taken care of, your home will become a haven.

Beyond your door, campus life at Souderton Mennonite Homes is warm and welcoming. There’s always an activity or trip to take part in, and plenty of folks to chat with under the apple tree in the lobby or in the café. When you want to get moving, lace up and head to the fitness center or stroll with your neighbors on the campus nature trail. What you do is up to you!

Summit View Auditorium

The Summit View Auditorium is equipped to host services, concerts, and events of all kinds. The auditorium is located steps from the front door of the main campus building, which offers ample parking and a carport for easy drop-offs.

Pickleball court at Souderton Mennonite Homes

Fitness and recreation

Get your heart pumping! Souderton Mennonite Homes has a full gym with weight machines, treadmills, stationary bicycles, and more. Or enjoy a little friendly competition on the outdoor shuffleboard, bocce, and pickleball courts.

Walking enthusiasts will enjoy strolling on the paved nature trail that circles the campus. While enjoying beautiful views of the senior living community and nearby farmland, walkers may spot birds and other small animals year-round.

Souderton Mennonite Homes – Personal Care, Memory Care, and Health Care for seniors in Souderton

Gardens and courtyards

Come and sit a spell! Souderton Mennonite Homes cultivates beautiful gardens – including Elizabeth’s Garden outside the café – and courtyards where residents and visitors can unwind, chat, and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Residents also have access to a community garden in the villas. Tend the soil, grow your own vegetables and herbs, and share your bounty with friends and neighbors.

Quilting at Souderton Mennonite Homes

Quilting Room

On the second floor you’ll find a spacious Quilting Room. Following time-honored Mennonite traditions, many residents love to gather together in the Quilting Room and work together working on quilts.

Residential Living patio at Souderton Mennonite Homes

Patio and grill

Enjoy an outdoor barbecue with your friends or neighbors! The Residential Living patio features seating and a grill open to anyone in our senior living community.

Access all Living Branches communities

Joining one Living Branches community means having access to all our senior living communities. Souderton Mennonite Homes residents are encouraged to use all the amenities offered at Dock Woods and The Willows of Living Branches.

The best of senior living at Souderton Mennonite Homes

As a non-profit senior living community with Mennonite roots, Living Branches makes a lifetime commitment to each resident’s care. When residents outlive their resources despite wise stewardship of their resources, our benevolent care ministry offers these residents financial support.

Residential Living

Turn life’s chores into choices. Sometimes called independent living, Residential Living offers charming villas, cottages, and apartments at Souderton Mennonite Homes. Take part in as little or as much as you want on campus and enjoy time with your friends and neighbors. This lifestyle is ideal for those who want fewer errands and expenses while using the amenities at Living Branches’ senior living communities.

Resident in Souderton Mennonite Homes library

Personal Care

In Personal Care, friends are just a door away! Like assisted living, Personal Care combines all the fun of bustling campus life with extra support from caring team members.

Memory Care

Give your loved one with dementia best care possible. Memory Care provides long-term care to seniors with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Available at our newly renovated campuses in Lansdale and Souderton, Memory Care offers all the comforts of home.

Health Care at Souderton Mennonite Homes

Health Care

We see and care for the whole person. Health Care (sometimes called skilled nursing) provides 24/7 short- or long-term care to those who can no longer maintain their health on their own. Residents enjoy delicious food, cozy common spaces, and plenty of activity and companionship.

Respite Care

A little extra support goes a long way. Respite is often used to smooth recovery from an illness or surgery or to provide a temporary stay while a person’s primary caregiver is on vacation. Respite care is offered in the senior Personal Care community at Souderton Mennonite Homes.

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Getting Around

Summit View Auditorium
Enter through the front door. Inside the lobby, turn left at the apple tree.

The Corner Store
Enter through the front door. Inside the lobby, continue straight past the apple tree. The Corner Store is on your right.

Apple Orchard Café
Enter through the front door. Inside the lobby, continue straight past the apple tree. Walk past the Corner Store and elevators. The Apple Orchard Café is straight ahead.

Directions

Menus

Menus for the Apple Orchard Café and Summit Dining Room are available on the Resident Information page.

Campus Activities

Activity calendars for Residential Living, Personal Care, Health Care, and Memory Care (Park View) are available on the Resident Information page.

Living U

Living U is the Living Branches lifelong learning institute, open to residents and community members 62 and older. To register for classes, visit the Living U page. You can also pick up a printed course brochure in the lobby.

Support Souderton Mennonite Homes

Living Branches Foundation

The Living Branches Foundation provides benevolent care to any Living Branches resident who may need it. Benevolent care offers grants to residents who can no longer cover the full cost of their care, despite careful financial stewardship. Your donation to the Living Branches Foundation will benefit residents who find themselves in a position of financial need.

Fund for Creative Arts Therapy

The Fund for Creative Arts Therapy benefits all Living Branches residents by supporting the creative arts therapy program at Living Branches. During group and one-on-one sessions with creative arts therapists, residents at all campuses can connect, share, and grow through the power of the arts.