Passport to Travel


Pasport to Travel a CHHSM Adventure LogoVisit Seattle’s Space Needle, explore the historic capitol of New Hampshire or head down South to the world’s largest living history museum at Colonial Williamsburg— the options are endless with Passport to Travel.

Passport to Travel is a first-of-its-kind travel program initiated by CHHSM.

It allows residents at fourteen CHHSM-related senior living organizations to lodge free of charge at a sister community of their choice for up to two weeks.

Designed by CHHSM’s Senior Services Collaborative (CSSC), the program enhances the quality of seniors’ lives by allowing them to travel and experience the radical hospitality of CHHSM’s ministries while taking in all the sights of a new city. Residents cover only their travel costs and can take full advantage of all the features their destination community has to offer (incidental expenses not included).

To participate in the program, contact the representative from your home community. To get involved or learn more about Passport to Travel, please contact us.


Image of building exterior at Phoebe Berks Village

Phoebe Berks Village

Wernersville, Pa.
Exterior image of building at Plymouth Place

Plymouth Place

La Grange Park, Ill.
Senior citizens biking at uplands village campus

Uplands Village

Pleasant Hill, Tenn.

St. Andrew’s

Senior citizens riding bikes at Cape Albeon

Cape Albeon

Valley Park, Mo.

Contact Gisela Pacheco
636-861-3200 ext. 3303
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Woman enjoying patio at Tower Grove community

Tower Grove Manor

St. Louis, Mo.

Contact Beth Rodowick
314-275-2174 / 314-773-2800
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United Church Homes

Man and Woman at Parkvue outdoors


Sandusky, Ohio

Contact Erin Foos
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Group of senior citizens enjoying Trinity Community

Trinity Community

Beavercreek, Ohio

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Building on Abernathy Laurels campus

Abernethy Laurels

Newton, N.C.

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Man picking tomato at Piedmont Crossing

Piedmont Crossing

Thomasville, N.C.

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Man and woman walking out doors on Lake Prince campus

Lake Prince Woods

Suffolk, Va.

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