Over 90 Years of Quality, Integrated Care

Nurse smiles in the hallway before beginning her shift

Since 1928, St. Anne’s has served our community with compassionate care services. Throughout our history, we have always valued our “dear neighbor” and, as a continuing care community, we provide services for every level of need for our Residents. Our campus recently expanded our Independent Living options to include The Village Apartment building with modern, maintenance-free dwellings. A second, and final apartment complex is completed and open.

Our administration and staff understand the importance of being adaptive and the vital role we play in providing a safe and healthy environment for our Residents – it is our top priority. We are also committed to the happiness and comfort of each person who calls St. Anne’s “home.”


Mission Statement

St. Anne’s Retirement Community, Sponsored by the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, is dedicated to continuing the healing ministry of Jesus in the spirit of St. Maria De Mattias.


Core Values

Reverence/Respect | Community | Excellence | Just Stewardship | Spirituality


Resident talks to family on ipadVision Statement

St. Anne’s will be known as a premier retirement community for people of all faiths, recognized by our integrated care, compassionate services, professional excellence, and spiritual presence. Devoted to our “dear neighbor” heritage, the promise of our future will be continually enriched through the ministry and mission of our sponsor, the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, founded upon the gospel of Jesus. Bearing witness to these gifts and graces, ever mindful of the timeless call to just stewardship, our strategic planning will focus on quality, people, performance and growth.

St. Anne’s is a full-service retirement community offering a continuum of care to meet the many and changing needs of older adults. The community is open to any person 62 years of age and older, and it is the policy of SARC to admit individuals to the retirement community without regard to race, color, religious creed, handicap, ancestry, sex, or national origin.

Employees pack lunches for people in need in the community