December 2, 2013
Congratulations to be.group communities Regents Point in Irvine, California and Westminster Gardens in Duarte, California. These two communities received top honors as two of the best senior living communities in their metropolitan markets by SeniorHomes.com, a Seattle-based online senior living directory and resource.
After more than a half-century of service, FPH publishes its first Report to the Community
Since 1955 Florida Presbyterian Homes†(FPH), located in Lakeland, has been faithfully serving older adults while reaching out to†the Central Florida region. But 2012 marks the first year it has published a Report to the Community.
Part yearbook, part financial disclosure, part community benefit report, FPC is pleased to share this thoughtfully designed†publication with the members and friends of PAHSA.
Click on the link below to open the report.
by Stephen Proctor, President & CEO of Presbyterian Senior Living
featured in LeadingAge Magazine
Stephen Proctor, President and CEO of Presbyterian Senior Living, was a featured author in the latest LeadingAge Magazine. We are pleased to share his article,†The Power of a GoGo. †
Robyn Stone on PBS
Dr. Robyn Stone, executive director of the LeadingAge Center for Applied Research, discussed long-term care financing during a recent interview with Scott Simon, host of the PBS television program Need to Know.
Watch the Video
PAHSA to be featured in January 2014
Thirty-one Presbyterian chaplains and residents of PAHSA communities will be featured authors of daily devotions for the January 2014 edition of These Days, the monthly devotional magazine of the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. Writing for These Days will compliment the PAHSA issue of Presbyterian Outlook projected for January 2014.
The January 2013 Presbyterian Outlook features stories and articles by PAHSA members that report how good senior ministry can open doors for evangelism and church growth. For this upcoming edition of These Days, our authors will reflect on the spirituality of aging.
Upcoming January 2013 edition
Advertise your community in this edition
The Presbyterian Outlook, January 2013 issue: Church Growth and Evangelism Are Enhanced with Good Senior Ministries features a series of stories by authors connected with PAHSA. The common theme is that PAHSA, POAMN, ARMSS and the PCUSA can work together as congregations develop their senior ministries and together we can all be stronger. The publication will be available in print and online at www.pres-outlook.com
June 25, 2012
Cynthia L. Ray (Cindy) has been named Executive Director of PAHSA effective June 5, 2012. Cindy will oversee day to day operations, organize PAHSA events, provide support for and communication with PAHSA members and strengthen the relationship and effectiveness with the PCUSA.
In addition to her responsibilities for the administration of PAHSA, Cindy serves as Communications Specialist for Presbyterian Homes and Services (PHS) in Roseville, Minnesota, where she is responsible for public relations, print and web publication, social media and web administration. Cindy is ordained as a teaching elder (clergy) in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and a member of the Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area. She is a past moderator of the presbytery and is currently serving as chair of the presbytery council.
Before coming to PHS, Cindy served for over 25 years as pastor of congregations in Florida, Missouri and Minnesota. She holds a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Kansas, a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Ecumenics from Ecumenical Institute of Bossey, the study center of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland. Cindy is married to Steve Nicholson, a Community Forester in private consulting. They live in St. Paul, MN and, with their two grown daughters, are active in the life of Macalester-Plymouth United Church in St. Paul.
We welcome Cindy to PAHSA!
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