Rooted in the Jewish tradition but welcoming of all faiths and backgrounds, the Chelsea Jewish Lifecare focuses on preserving the physical, emotional, social and spiritual health of its residents. As a non-sectarian organization, the Foundation celebrates the holidays and observances inherent to Judaism. High Holy Days, Sabbath and other Jewish holidays are observed through creative traditional services as well as through joyous activities that are enjoyed by all. Our creative programs and activities address the spiritual needs of our residents, families and clients of all faiths.
Religious services for all faiths are offered in our chapels. In addition to services for the Jewish faith, Christian services are held on a regular basis. For those who wish to attend church services locally, we will make arrangements as well as schedule local church representatives to visit our residences. We can accommodate those who desire to receive communion and can adjust menus for those who wish to observe the Lenten season. Adults and children come together for these festivities, making these holiday celebrations a very special time.