At Mt. Hope Nazarene Retirement Community we have a long legacy of caring. No senior goes unserved.
“It all started when God gave us the mission ‘to serve the least of these,’” recalls longtime board member Bruce McMillin, who remembers the facility faced the challenge of operating together successfully with 90% Medicaid state assistance when it became Mt. Hope in 2006. “Almost immediately, major repairs were needed. But, as God promised, He kept us on a straight path, finances were provided, and again, year after year, the Lord supplied enough money to do it, one way or another. God is so faithful to Mt. Hope,” recalls Bruce.
Today, Bruce and his wife, Ginny, reside in an independent, residential living cottage at Mt. Hope. Now in his early 90s, Bruce is very proud of Mt. Hope’s 5-star standard of care and deficiency-free success! Bruce, along with many others, enjoy sharing about Mt. Hope’s heart-felt mission and affordable housing opportunities.