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The Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception

The Little Servant Sisters arrived in the United States in 1926 and have been working ever since and are committed to
children, the underprivileged, the sick and the elderly. Their American Provincialate and Novitiate is located in Cherry Hill,
New Jersey, where there is also a house of study for young sisters, and a retreat center.
They operate the Blessed Edmund Early Childhood Education Center in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and work in parishes as
religious educators, pastoral workers and teachers in parochial schools in the Dioceses of Camden and Metuchen, the
Archdiocese of Newark and Philadelphia.
The Sisters serve as teaching sisters in St. Matthew Regional School (West Deptford, New Jersey); Our Lady of Lourdes
School (Milltown, New Jersey); Sacred Heart Nursery School (Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania) and in the direction of religious
education and pastoral ministry in St. Theresa Parish (Linden, New Jersey) and in Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish among
Hispanics (Atlantic City, New Jersey).
They operate St. Mary’s Catholic Home, The Manor at St. Mary’s, Sacred Heart Residence for Retired Priests (diocesan)
and the Marian Residence on the Provincialate grounds (Cherry Hill, New Jersey).
They also operate St. Joseph’s Assisted Living and Nursing Home, the Mt. Carmel Home Visiting Nursing Guild
(Woodbridge, New Jersey).
Furthermore, hospital pastoral ministry is conducted among Hispanics in South Jersey. They also operate St. John Retreat
House (Atlantic City, New Jersey).



History about us

In 1981, the newly constructed Saint Joseph Senior Resident for 60 residents was dedicated, and the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception entered a new venture, besides visiting home nursing and senior day care in Woodbridge, New Jersey. Today the facility is a beautiful Assisted Living Home, where the hallmark is compassion and caring. In 1992, the adjacent Saint Joseph Nursing Home was added. The dream of the Little Servant Sisters was realized through Divine Providence, fund-raising and benefactors. Today, St. Joseph Senior Home stands as a beacon of Christian Charity.

Founded on respect for human life and dignity with witness to the compassionate Christ, we continue to provide care for Senior Residents in the spirit of Blessed Edmund Bojanowski, Founder of our Congregation and works of mercy among children, the poor, sick and the elderly.