Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At SpiriTrust Lutheran® we are committed to caring for the total well-being of those we serve and those that serve. We are closely monitoring ongoing developments related to the virus and want to assure you that we are taking all necessary precautions to safeguard the health and well-being of our residents, clients, participants, team members and volunteers.

Fuel the Spirit

We are grateful for your support and understanding during these challenging times and we realize many of you want to help. Our Fuel the Spirit campaign provides a variety of ways to support our caregivers and those they serve and those who support them.

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About

Our MISSION inspires us. Our HERITAGE guides us.

SpiriTrust Lutheran® delivers an array of programs and services that touch thousands of lives each day. Our service footprint has grown well beyond our humble beginnings when Sister Charlotte Weissgerber, a prominent social worker from Philadelphia, came to York in 1951 as the first executive director of Lutheran Welfare Services.

We have always played an important role in providing compassionate care and support to those we serve in our communities to ensure their well-being and help them achieve an optimal quality of life. As needs grew and shifted, we opened new programs, expanded our territory and partnered with others to offer a variety of care options in multiple settings.

Our name, SpiriTrust Lutheran, captures the essence of who we are and the care and compassion our amazing team delivers. It embraces our Lutheran heritage, our spirit of service, and the reality that people come to us because of their trust in us.

Today, we provide residential living, assisted living, personal care, memory support and nursing and rehabilitation services in six senior living communities; home care, in-home support, hospice services and palliative care; an innovative program for clinically frail adults aged 55 and older in need of nursing home level-of-care; counseling services; financial education and coaching; domestic abuse solutions; volunteer income tax assistance; and an array of volunteer programs.

Annually, we serve more than 23,000 people in 17 counties in Pennsylvania and three in northern Maryland. We look forward to the future as we continually strive to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve each day.