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A Community of Care

Saint Luke’s Community Living provides long-term care and adult outreach programs at its Saint Luke’s long term care facility, and affordable housing for seniors in its Cottages, Bishop Meaden Manor (apartments and townhouses) and Babb Manor (apartments).  Saint Luke’s is a community of care for residents of long term care, tenants of the cottages and apartments, and day program participants.  We operate with an emphasis on Christian values, family involvement, and respect and dignity for all. This community was established under the auspices of the Anglican Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador (Anglican East NL) and operates in partnership with the Eastern Regional Integrated Health Authority, and with the support of volunteers.

Vision Statement

Anglican Homes Incorporated (AHI) will be a leading provider of an affordable continuum of care for seniors in our community.


  • Caring/Compassion
  • Respect/Dignity
  • Accountability/Integrity
  • Fairness/Efficiency


3 Jan

Saint Luke’s Homes Opens


When Saint Luke’s Homes opened on June 17, 1965, the complex was comprised of seven buildings. The main building provided 57 beds for ambulatory residents who needed special care. Six buildings containing 48 one-bedroom cottages provided accommodation for up to 96 seniors.

17 Jan

45 Bed Extension


A new 45-bed extension to the main building and six two-bedroom cottages for Anglican clergy were opened.

17 Jan

Accreditation Received


Saint Luke’s became the first Nursing Home in St. John’s to receive accreditation status from Accreditation Canada.

17 Jan

Phase 1 of Meaden Manor Opens


Phase 1 of the Bishop John Meaden Manor complex was officially opened, providing accommodations for up to 72 seniors, with 40 two-bedroom apartments and 12 one-bedroom apartments.

17 Jan

Adult Day Programming Begins


An Outreach Program, to provide Adult Day programming for people living in their own homes or with relatives was put in place, the first in St. John’s.

17 Jan

Chapel and Southview Lounge Opening


In December, the official opening of the new Chapel and the Southview Lounge in the Home was held. This gave the residents a larger Chapel for worship and a room for recreation activities.

17 Jan

Additions to Meaden Manor


18 one-bedroom apartments and six two-bedroom apartments were added at Bishop Meaden.

17 Jan

50th Anniversary


Saint Luke’s celebrated its 50th Anniversary of operation.

17 Jan

Babb Manor Opens


Babb Manor was officially opened in September 2016, adding 24 apartments on the main campus off Road Deluxe.

1 Sep

New Logo – Saint Luke’s Community Living


The Board of Anglican Homes Inc. has adopted a new name and trademark logo. Saint Luke’s Community Living and the new logo more fully represent the variety within our community, encompassing both the traditional long-term care Home as well as our many housing facilities (Cottages; Bishop Meaden; and, Babb Manor). The housing shapes are intended to reflect the different meanings of “home” and project strength, stability and openness. The rich burgundy colour represents caring, respect and dignity for all: residents of long-term care; tenants of our cottages, apartments and townhouses; our employees; and the family members of everyone in our circle of care. The interconnection of the houses is also reflective of the Trinity and is a link to the Christian values and tradition of Saint Luke’s.

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