The Little Servant Sisters
of the Immaculate Conception

The Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception is a religious order found by Blessed Edmund Bojanowski in Poland in 1850. Sisters arrived in the United States in 1926 and have been working ever since. The provincial house is in Cherry Hill, NJ.

The main goal of the congregation is to love God and imitate Christ by serving the neighbors who are most in need of the spiritual and material help, especially children, the poor and the sick.

Sisters work in education, religious formation, and nursing. They work in parishes as religious educators and pastoral workers in the Dioceses of Camden and Metuchen, the Archdiocese of Newark and Philadelphia, the Dioceses of Columbus, Ohio and Palm Beach, Florida.

Sisters operate the Blessed Edmund Early Childhood Education Center in Cherry Hill and St. Joseph’s Senior Home in Woodbridge, NJ.

They are engaged in youth ministry and prayer vigils in various parishes. They also operate the Mt. Carmel Nursing Service in Woodbridge and St. John Retreat House in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

In addition, they serve at Sacred Heart Residence for Retired Priests in Cherry Hill and hospital pastoral ministry is conducted in Camden, New Jersey.

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