A Century of Service to People of All Faiths

Our not-for-profit communities enrich
the mind, body and spirit.

A hundred years ago, Deaconess Sophie Miller had a vision that has improved the lives of older people ever since. For decades, she worked to create a home for them, a place of security and fellowship, in the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. Her tireless advocacy helped create The Episcopal Home Communities, now known as Episcopal Communities & Services (ECS): a mission-driven organization serving people of all backgrounds and beliefs.

In 1923 Sophie Miller’s dream came to life when Johnson Hall welcomed its first 23 residents. Since then, the vision has flourished, serving generations of residents and their families. Today, three communities demonstrate our ideals:

Providing for those in need was always central to Sophie Miller's mission. Today, the Sophie Miller Foundation raises funds for benevolent care and community outreach programs. A great legacy lives and breathes, thanks to the generosity of people who share our core values.


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