Our Community

Our Community

Every day is special at Chapel Pointe

When the sun peeks over the rolling mountains, you’ll wake up to a new and extraordinary day at Chapel Pointe. At our faith-based continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in historic Carlisle, Pa., every day holds opportunities for building relationships, taking adventures, and living life to the fullest.

Whether you live at Pointe Place or Chapel Pointe, you have access to acres of amenities, a full calendar of activities, and a thriving small town.

Here, on our carefully maintained, eight-acre campus, you’ll find everything you need for a happy, active retirement life. Leave behind the hassles of home maintenanceyour free time is finally yours to spend as you wish. Savor delicious meals, enjoy our many amenities, grow spiritually, work out in the fitness center or try your hand at video sports games.

Here are just a few of our many activities and events:

  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • Sing-alongs
  • Church services
  • Bible studies
  • Prayer meetings
  • Exercise classes
  • Game nights
  • Gardening
  • Croquet
  • Barbecues
  • Picnics
  • Discussion groups

More than a campus. A community.

Beyond our beautiful Pennsylvania campus, there’s even more to discover. Charming shops, restaurants, gyms, banks, theaters, pharmacies, a Walmart, and physicians’ offices are within easy walking distance. Experience everything the Carlisle area has to offer, like:

Venture out farther, and there’s even more to explore. Chapel Pointe is conveniently located just a block off Interstate 81 and near I-76, just 18 miles west of Harrisburg and Harrisburg International Airport. Tour the Pennsylvania state capitol or historic Gettysburg, pick apples in Amish country or hike the Appalachian Trail.

Check out our photo gallery to see some of the fun we’re having here at Chapel Pointe.

“We have most of what we need on campus, but the Chapel Pointe bus trips add to our pleasure through fellowship and our shared interest in geography and history of the area.”

— J. and G. Smyth