Say Hello to a Life You’ll Love.


This is your time. Now that the cooking, cleaning and home maintenance is handled by someone else, you’ll finally have the time to explore your talents, indulge your passions, connect with new friends and invest in your health and well-being. Even better, everything you need is right here — under one roof — just steps from your door.

Social activities abound for PPH residents including games, such as Bridge, Pinochle, shuffleboard, chess and even bowling. Dinners and movies with family and friends. Excursions to the Neshaminy Mall and other scenic spots, restaurants and events around Bucks and Montgomery Counties are all on the menu.

Want to stay closer to home? You can choose from an abundant variety of enjoyable activities, outings, lectures and clubs that take place right here on campus. Furthermore, a wide array of entertainers perform on campus throughout the year. Our summer concert series is always a hit.


Schedule a tour here by calling 215-515-6315, attend an event or fill out the form to connect. We’d love to help you.

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Activities and clubs.

  • Bocce club
  • Bible studies and daily devotions
  • Bingo
  • Bowling (yes, we have our own bowling alley)
  • Caregivers support group
  • Cocktail hour
  • Concerts
  • Crafts and quilting groups
  • Gardening
  • Gentle exercise classes
  • Jewish worship services and holiday observances
  • Movie nights
  • Protestant services in English and German
  • Residents’ council
  • Roman Catholic weekly mass and rosary
  • Sunday worship services
  • Trips and special excursions to museums, shows and restaurants
  • Veterans group
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Water aerobics
  • Wisdom in Senior Education Club (WiSE)

Nearby attractions include Pennypack Park, which features more than 1,600 acres of woodlands, meadows, wetlands and fields; and Tookany Creek Park, offering a flat trail for walking and biking, plus birdwatching and fishing.

Meanwhile, the metropolitan offerings of downtown Philadelphia are a short journey away by public transportation. Residents can enjoy historic sites like the Liberty Bell, the Philadelphia Museum of Art (think of the Rocky film) and Independence Hall.

Contact The Philadelphia Protestant Home.

You have to see this community to believe that it’s located right here in Philly. Please call 215-515-6315 or fill out the form to connect. We’d love to help you.