Enjoy beautiful homes and an active lifestyle in a faith-based community of family and friends. Everyone is welcome in this friendly campus located right in the heart of Souderton. Residents enjoy maintenance-free living, beautiful walking paths, and a focus on fitness and wellness.
On Campus. In Town.
Among Friends and Families. Together.
Community. Tradition. Goodness.
Souderton Mennonite Homes senior living community rests on the summit of Souderton, Pennsylvania, surrounded by the local community. Just a short walk away is downtown Souderton, with its tree-lined streets, retail shops, parks, churches, and restaurants. Within our community, we value traditions that are as relevant today as they were yesterday: goodness that is real and rooted, community bonds, and neighborliness.
We are ONE in Life and Spirit
At Souderton Mennonite Homes, residents experience genuine, compassionate, loving care and concern that flows among our residents, their families, and our team members. Our community provides a full spectrum of supportive living services, including Health Care, Personal Care, and Memory Care. Residents of our Souderton senior living community have priority access to all services if the need arises.
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The Apple Orchard Cafe
The Apple Orchard Café is the place to meet, greet, and eat. It’s open to the public and offers homemade meals in a friendly atmosphere. Relax in the café, sunroom, or on the patio, which overlooks our stunning Elizabeth’s Garden.
Monday through Wednesday, Saturday
6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday
6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday Brunch Buffet
10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
What Will You Do at Our Senior Living Community? Anything You Choose.
The best part about joining our senior living community in Souderton is the endless array of things to do (or not to do, it’s totally up to you). Souderton Mennonite Homes offers many social and recreational opportunities for residents to live an enriched, active lifestyle.
- Join us on trips to Lancaster or the Jersey Shore
- Volunteer to lead a Bible study
- Join the Residents’ Association
- Attend a concert or lecture
- Grow flowers and vegetables in the communal garden
- Tutor and mentor a young student
- Go for walks on our campus trails or through town
- Play pickleball, croquet, or shuffleboard on our courts
- Enjoy a game of billiards
- Have fun at game night
- Take a boxercise or tai chi class
- Dine with friends
- And so much more
Choose a Community That Feels Like Home
At our Souderton Mennonite Homes senior living community, tradition, community, and service have been at the heart of all that we do for over 100 years. This community is rich in history but always evolving to meet the preferences and needs of residents. Your new home is more than a place to live, it’s your anchor in a community that instantly reaches out to you in friendship and neighborliness. We invite you to learn more, whether this be the first time or the twentieth time you’ve come to campus.
Answers to Common Questions
The simplest answer is, “It depends.” We consider every application on a case-by-case basis – considering factors like income, assets, long-term care insurance (if applicable), marital status, and the type of residence you prefer (e.g. studio vs. two-bedroom).
Living Branches has one application for all campuses and levels of care. This application requires personal and financial information as we make a lifetime commitment of care to all residents and want to ensure each resident has the ability to pay for his or her care
The Corner Store
Next door to The Apple Orchard Café is The Corner Store, which offers an ever-changing arrangement of gifts, jewelry, and grocery staples. More than that, it’s a drop-in and check-it-out kind of place for friends and neighbors alike. There’s always something new to see.
Monday to Friday
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.