Masks now required at all times when visiting our life plan communities!

Before entering, please note that our masking policy has changed, effective September 3, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases in our county and surrounding areas. The positivity rates throughout our service area are near or above 10%, causing great concern about the continued spread of the virus and its variants.

Out of an abundance of caution, we are now requiring all family members, vendors, contractors and other visitors to wear a face mask at all times, regardless of vaccination status, when in any of our personal care/assisted living residences and skilled care centers. This includes private visits in resident rooms and assisted living apartments.

We will continue to monitor the positivity rates and adjust our visitation policy once we feel it is safe to do so. Thank you for helping us stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community.


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Upcoming Events

Become involved and join fellow supporters of SpiriTrust Lutheran!

Get engaged by supporting our annual Cornerstone Dinner, Hospice Golf Tournament/Benevolence Drive or another SpiriTrust Lutheran® event.

Cornerstone Dinner

The Cornerstone Award was established in 2004 to recognize significant contributions of philanthropy and to celebrate those who are active in the philanthropic community. Recipients of the award have demonstrated exceptional generosity to the York community and beyond through direct charitable support, leadership and volunteer service. Proceeds from the Cornerstone Dinner are used to provide support for individuals who are often unable to afford the care they require.

 

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Hospice Golf Tournament

Proceeds from the Annual Hospice Golf Tournament/Benevolence Drive help provide care to hospice clients who may not be able to afford the full cost of the care they need.

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Hospice Tree of Light

SpiriTrust Lutheran® Home Care & Hospice invites individuals and families to honor a loved one by dedicating a light in support of its Annual Hospice Tree of Light Remembrance. Lights may honor anyone, regardless of whether the person received care from SpiriTrust Lutheran Home Care & Hospice.

These gifts of light memorialize a loved one while helping provide hospice care for a family in need. The names of individuals honored with a light are listed in the Hospice Tree of Light Remembrance program and the SpiriTrust Lutheran® Annual Report.

The annual event began in 2012, with the first tree lighting and reception held in Gettysburg on the grounds of the Lutheran Theological Seminary. In 2013, the hosting of a second Hospice Tree of Light in Chambersburg began.

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