As sponsors, we publicly identify with, exert appropriate influence on, and provide various levels of support to these ministries. In so doing, we fulfill our responsibility of stewardship for our heritage, mission, and resources.
During her early years in the congregation, Sr. John Celeste Weitzel ministered in education but later studied to be a physical therapist. When she moved from Baltimore to the Aston area in November 2015, she came with a dream—to work with our sisters at Assisi House who were not getting PT for a specific problem.
Sisters of St. Francis retirement home. Rewarding environment. Non-licensed facility
Current PA nursing license
Experience in long-term care a plus
Possess excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as a team player
Interested, qualified candidates can email their resume to email@example.com, or stop by Assisi House, 600 Red Hill Road, Aston, PA to complete an application.
Canticle Garden Volunteer (Seasonal Opportunity)
Volunteers are needed to help preserve the Sisters of St. Francis’ landscape by volunteering to help in the Canticle Garden. Assist in maintaining our herb garden, Lourdes Shrine, and our Labyrinth. If you enjoy gardening and welcome the opportunity, volunteer to work with our garden staff to maintain one of these garden spots. This opportunity involves occasional volunteering in the garden over the course of the season. For more information about this volunteer opportunity, contact Kevin Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org or (610) 459-4125.