About Us

About Us

Top Senior Living in Carlisle

As a faith-based continuing care retirement community (CCRC), we commit each day to serve and enhance the quality of life for people age 62+ in Central Pennsylvania. We’re honored that our greater community sees the servant-heart of our nonprofit organization and consistently selects Chapel Pointe as “The Best of Cumberland County.”

Through Chapel Pointe, Chapel Pointe at Home, and Pointe Place, we provide innovative options to serve each person’s unique personality, lifestyle, and desires. Our continuum of care includes:

A Loving Way of Life

Our values set us apart from other communities. Since the beginningour team's mission has been to ensure that every resident is treated with love and the utmost respect. Experiencing our core values - trust, integrity, faith, service and innovation - lived out every day at Chapel Pointe reassures seniors that they are making the right decision by welcoming us into their lives.

Because of each person’s individuality, A Loving Way of Life takes on different meanings. For a community member who needs a little extra help, it may be expressed by a trusted home care worker stopping in every day and taking a few extra minutes to sit and truly listen. For the retired homemaker, it may look like relaxing in the dining room with friends while the culinary team presents a steaming plate of food. For the employee who’s searched for meaning, A Loving Way of Life may mean finally finding a job that not only pays the bills, but also creates a sense of purpose and affirms personal value.

One thing is certain: no matter how beautiful the campuses, valuable the list of amenities, or appealing the maintenance-free living may be, it’s Chapel Pointe’s desire to love and serve others humbly and wholeheartedly that creates A Loving Way of Life at Chapel Pointe.

We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under IRS 501(c)(3)

 

I think my favorite thing about Chapel Pointe is the remarkable friendliness I have found everywhere from staff, employees and even from the residents. ... It has been remarkable to find an atmosphere of a loving welcome and genuine interest.

— F. Battles