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Established in 1975, Moravian Manor’s history is rooted in the early works of the Moravian Church in Pennsylvania. The foundation for Moravian Manor was established in the 1950s through the early works of the Moravian Church to care for its aging members. In the early 1970s, the Lititz Moravian Church donated 22 acres in town to construct the retirement community. The Manor welcomed its first residents to the Moravian Avenue Cottages in late 1974 and to Manor West Personal Care (formerly called the residential wing) in January 1975.

Throughout the years, we’ve experienced growth with numerous expansions, renovations, and enhanced facilities to provide increased services to our residents. Some of these highlights are listed below.


Additional cottages were built along Moravian Avenue.


Manor Greene apartments were constructed.


The new personal care wing was opened.


Steinman Hall was dedicated as a center for both Manor and community activities.


Moravian Manor celebrated its 25th anniversary. A major expansion and renovation project to add new independent living apartments, enhance facilities for the west wing assisted living center and renovate the Health Center was launched.


The new Garden Court Apartments were finished.


Moravian Manor celebrates its 30th anniversary.


The Manor East Health Center’s two story expansion and renovation project – the South Wing, which provided for more private rooms and a more home-like atmosphere, was completed. During this year, we also initiated a change in philosophy, with regards to our approach to health care, to adopt a hospitality model that focuses on resident-centered care.


The Health Center renovations to create three smaller neighborhoods, each with a dedicated care base, were finished


A new recreation area-complete with a three-hole putting green, bocce court and shuffleboard court was constructed. New residents moved into the completed first phase of Hendricks Place Townhome.


After a year of planning and concepting, the new Warwick Woodlands project, to be set on 72-acres of a former landscape nursery, started its pre-sales phase. Phase I of this new neighborhood will include: townhomes, carriage homes, and apartments.


Moravian Manor and LutherCare’s joint partnership not-for-profit company, Your Neighborhood Connection, started offering in-home care and services to the Lititz community. Warwick Woodlands broke ground on the first carriage homes and townhomes.
Looking to the future, we remain dedicated to the continual improvement of accommodations and services that we offer to our residents and the local community.