A history of caring
In 1960, members of the First United Methodist Church in Houston envisioned a new type of retirement living—a faith-based, non-denominational, senior living community that promoted personal independence and the companionship of like-minded seniors, as-well-as one that offered care and comfort for its residents. As a result, Clarewood House opened in 1963, and has been providing affordable services on a rental basis to area seniors ever since.
Today, Clarewood House continues to carry on the faith-based traditions and values that the founding members created. Clarewood House offers weekly, non-denominational worship services in the onsite chapel, frequent prayer groups for those who wish to participate, and a chaplain to help guide and support the residents' and their families.