In 1944, Mrs. Carrie Price of Russellville, Kentucky also surprised the Louisville Methodist Conference with a bequest designated for the establishment of a retirement home for Methodist ministers and their wives. Then in 1958 Mr. And Mrs. C.M. Walts presented 35 acres of beautiful rolling land in southern Jefferson County to the Old Louisville Methodist Conference for the express purpose of building a state-of-the-art Methodist retirement community. Wesley Manor Retirement Community opened its doors in January 1963.
The Assisted Living Center offers personal comforts and independence of home, in a safe and secure retirement community including a full service dining room and 24-hour emergency response system.
Wesley Manor was among the first retirement communities in our area to offer a licensed residential model for early-stage Alzheimer’s and dementia care. We have a licensed “Personal Care” community called The Aldersgate.