The Mercy Community is pleased to announce the official dedication and opening of two new projects on their sprawling 32-acre campus – a Labyrinth, dedicated in Honor of Sister Maureen M. Reardon, RSM, Ph.D. of West Hartford, and a new state-of-the-art Palliative Care Center inside Saint Mary Home.
The Mercy Community will honor and remember the Sisters of Mercy in a special way during the week of September 19, 2016. Each year at this time, we mark not only the internationally-recognized Mercy Day, but also plan a week of special programs and celebrations to express our gratitude for the Sisters’ good works around the globe. The following Mercy Week 2016 events will be free and open to the public:
After working under a management contract with Michigan-based Trinity Senior Living Communities (TSLC) since April 2012, Mount Saint Joseph Residence and Rehabilitation in Waterville, ME has been granted a Certificate of Need by the State of Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services and will transfer sponsorship to TSLC effective Friday, July 1, 2016.
Under the terms of agreement, Mount Saint Joseph Residence and Rehabilitation will be governed by The Mercy Community, West Hartford,
The Mercy Community, West Hartford’s premier continuing care retirement community, honored three West Hartford residents during its Annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception held April 11 in the Saint Mary Home Auditorium. Mr. Howard Hahn of Ironwood Road received Saint Mary Home’s Volunteer of the Year Award; Reverend Leonard Clough and Mrs. Mildred Neusner, both of Steele Road, were lauded for their work as volunteers at The McAuley. More than 80 individuals from the community attended the event,
Try to ‘Stump the Schwab’ in sports triva; make a hole-in-one to win a trip to the 2017 Masters and more at this year’s Circle of Mercy Golf Outing
WEST HARTFORD, Conn.— (May 23, 2016)—The Mercy Community, West Hartford’s premier continuing care retirement community, is pleased to announce that the 16th Annual Circle of Mercy Golf Outing will take place Monday, June 13, 2016. The tournament benefits The Mercy Community (a not-for-profit organization),
The Mercy Community is proud to announce that The McAuley – one of the premier Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Connecticut – has recently been featured in the March/April edition of Hospital Newspaper.
Since 2001, Hospital News has been covering new healthcare developments and medical issues that reach all healthcare professionals, administrators, patients, case managers, visitors and students.
On Saturday, May 7, at 7:00 p.m., West Hartford’s Copper Beech Institute will host a Candlelight Labyrinth Walk in recognition of World Labyrinth Day. The evening will include the walk itself, a directed meditation session, and a discussion led by Executive Director Dr. Brandon Nappi. The Institute, a retreat center for contemplative practice – including yoga and meditation – hosts lecturers and practitioners who “share wisdom and practices to heal, transform, and empower us to live fearlessly with joy and resilience.”
The Mercy Community, West Hartford’s premier continuing care retirement community, is pleased to announce a recently-awarded grant of $152,230 from the State of Connecticut Department of Housing’s “Community Investment Account,” which funded the replacement of 200 windows in Saint Mary Home’s Frances Warde Towers Apartments (FWTA). The entire project, supplemented with funding from The Mercy Community, replaced more than 330 windows and was completed in March 2016.
Actress and playwright Robbie McCauley will perform excerpts of her Obie Award-winning play “Sugar” on Wednesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. in The McAuley Auditorium. “Sugar,” an autobiographical show, cracks open the silence about the diabetes epidemic in the United States which affects approximately 20% of adult African Americans. Her performance portrays the challenges faced by those who are living with diabetes. As McCauley puts it, “sugar is complicated. It gives you energy and can eat you up from the inside out.”