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The Mission of St. Martin's is to serve God through a ministry that provides a continuum of care and quality of life to aging individuals and their families.
In 9155 Reverend David Cady Wright, rector of St. Mary's-on-the Highlands Episcopal Church, was concerned that many of his parishioners would not have a dignified, comfortable retirement. His pastoral concern gave St. Martin's its beginning. From its opening as a retirement home in 1957, St. Martins has grown into a comprehensive retirement community. Our five levels of care: The Arbors Apartments with Services, Woodside Place Assisted Living, Evergreen Memory Care, The Pines Short-Term Skilled Nursing, The Cottages Long-Term Skilled Nursing.
Event though St. Martin's is still guided by the Episcopal Foundation of Jefferson County, all denominations are welcome. We are a not-for-profit and our residents and their families can count on a sense of comfort, security and personal worth.
St. Martin's is more than a place to live. It's a place to begin life anew.