In Luke chapter 10, Jesus tells the story of a man who is half dead and a stranger who bandages his wounds and takes him to an Inn to care for him. He leaves the man at the Inn to be cared for and he pays the bill for him. We see this as the model for our home. Regular citizens bringing people who are dying to a home to be cared for and paying their bill out of generosity.
We acknowledge death and dying as a natural human experience and we honor the sacredness of living and dying. Our work is guided by a compassionate and joyful approach to care and that is at the center of all that we do.
‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’