The SeniorHomes website allows users to search for Christian retirement communities in their surrounding areas. Lutheran retirement home organizations that it directs users to include Elder Care Alliance, Concordia Community Care, Solheim Lutheran Home and Bethany Village at Graceworks Lutheran Services. The National Lutheran Communities and Services webpage also lists several retirement communities in the Maryland and Virginia region, including The Village at Rockville and The Legacy at North Augusta.
The Lutheran Senior Living webpage lists further options for Lutheran retirement living, focusing in particular on the Abundant Life senior facilities located mainly in the greater Pittsburgh metropolitan area and throughout western Pennsylvania. The Abundant Living organization offers a number of different service levels and arrangements, including assisted living, Alzheimer's care, outpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing care. Most Lutheran retirement communities in the United States are located in the Mid-Atlantic and Appalachian regions, but Christian senior living homes exist on the west coast as well as in surrounding states, such as New Jersey and Ohio.
Lutheranism is a prominent branch of the Protestant section of Christianity. Followers adhere to the teachings of German theological activist Martin Luther, who is widely considered the founder of the Protestant movement. Most Lutherans in the United States are located in the heavily Northern European areas of the nation's upper Midwest region.