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Moving can be emotional and stressful at the best of times. And as you get older, any change in your living situation can feel like you’re losing independence. But at Menno Place Apartments, we provide support, convenience, and community to help you maintain and prolong your independence for as long as possible. Here’s what you can expect.

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Those who choose supportive apartment living often do so for the community. There are hundreds of people on our campus to get to know, and if you’re from the Fraser Valley, you’ll likely reconnect with someone from the past! Residents look out for one another and enjoy sharing meals and doing activities together. Many residents also find joy in the consistent relationships with our staff, especially when their families live far away. You’ll find a warm welcome at Menno Apartments.



With a variety of options and serving sizes, the food at Menno Apartments is nutritious and satisfying. Every day, residents enjoy lunch together in the dining room (Assisted Living residents are also served a light evening meal). Distinct winter and summer menus feature seasonal produce and rotate every six weeks, meaning you’ll enjoy a wide range of options. Bread is baked fresh each day and desserts alternate between fresh fruit and sweet treats. Food allergies and diabetic and gluten-free diets are also happily accommodated.



At Menno Apartments, there are a wide range of activities for you to enjoy, and you can do as much—or as little—as you like! From exercise classes, concerts, bus trips, lawn bowling, and mini golf, to lectures, painting, trivia, and bingo, there are a variety of options to keep your mind and body active. All you have to do is show up! Even during COVID-19 restrictions, many of these activities were available to residents in their own suites via MennoTV on Channel 10. Find joy in trying something new!



The values of our Christian and Mennonite heritage are expressed daily through the attitudes and actions of our staff, and through the work of three campus chaplains who provide encouragement and spiritual care. Residents are welcome to participate in chapel services, hymn-sings, and Bible studies in-person or through MennoTV (available in all apartment lounges and suites). Residents of all faiths—or no faith affiliation—are respected and supported as well.



We look forward with great anticipation to the day when many of our campus amenities and events will reopen! The Fireside Cafe serves delicious hot breakfasts, lunches, coffees, smoothies and other snacks, and is a popular gathering place when family and friends come to visit. Treasures Gift Shop sells cards, small gifts, and other essentials like milk, incontinence products, and chocolate bars. With special events on Grandparent’s Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, our campus is usually buzzing with activity and laughter as family and friends celebrate our cherished seniors. We miss this beloved community! Until then, you can take a stroll around campus and enjoy our beautiful outdoor gazebo space, Living Waters Garden.

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