Welcome to Jennings!

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People say they feel something special when they first walk through the front door at Jennings Center for Older Adults. They can’t quite put their finger on it. We often hear, “you can just feel it.” IT is what makes the older adults we serve feel respected. IT is what makes families and visitors feel welcome. IT is what inspires staff members and volunteers to remain committed to our mission and live out our values.


Trusted Experience

With more than 70 years of experience, Jennings offers life as it should be for older adults and their families. We invite you to experience IT here, on our vibrant, Catholic-based continuum of care campus for seniors that includes:

Catholic Mass and Rosary Schedule

Jennings Center for Older Adults offers daily Catholic Mass and Rosary in our on-site Holy Spirit Chapel. Times are as follows, but are subject to change for holidays, special events or funeral services:

  • Daily Mass: Monday at 4:00p.m. and Tuesday-Sunday at 9:30a.m.
  • Rosary at 3:30p.m.

For services of other denominations, please see our events page.

Back to School Events are going on throughout October!

These senior education classes offer unique and educational courses in history, art, music and culture.  Classes have limited participation on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here to find out more about lifelong learning opportunities or visit our events page for a schedule and description of upcoming opportunities.

Brecksville’s Issue 22 amends zoning to bring quality assisted living to Brecksville

Voters in Brecksville will have the opportunity to vote yes on Issue 22 to rezone property to ensure that Brecksville retirees can continue living successfully in the community they love with quality services in a beautiful living environment.

What issue is on the ballot?

    • Brecksville’s Planning Commission and City Council has approved rezoning land to build assisted living. Issue 22 on the ballot requests voters to approve the rezoning from single-family residential to a planned-overlay district. That means the only use allowed on the site would be the assisted living community that is planned.

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about Issue 22 and new Brecksville Construction