The Residences at Arden Wood

For inpatient
admission or
assistance, call:

(415) 379-2224
8 AM – 5 PM

(415) 379-2215
5 PM – 8 AM

“Birds of a feather” nest together at Arden Wood!

Join our active and inspired residential community of seasoned Christian Scientists who are making their home here. Residents live in gracious studio or two-room suite apartments on the third floor of our facility, and they enjoy three “home-cooked” meals a day in our main dining room.

Watch our video (below) featuring residential life at Arden Wood.


Day-to-day life at Arden Wood includes:

  • Time to actively support the cause of Christian Science
  • Inspirational talks, spiritual study groups, and hymn sings
  • Enriching and scenic outings
  • Transportation to and from church
  • A loving and supportive staff
  • Access to skilled Christian Science nursing care, if needed
  • Three well-balanced meals, daily
  • Housekeeping, weekly
  • Access to public transportation and shopping

Both videos below feature insights from our residents on life at Arden Wood.


Each day is full…

Daily life at Arden Wood is focused on inspiration and healing. Residents have full access to beautiful gardens, groomed pathways through our eucalyptus grove, and “quiet resting place(s)” for time alone or with family and friends. Our well-stocked Bible Research Library and cozy reading nook are open 24/7. A variety of activities and events both on-site and off-campus provide plenty of activities to choose from each week. Residents partake in nearby branch church activities, attend local concerts, and enjoy museum tours, educational opportunities, and day trips around the San Francisco Bay Area. Family and friends are welcome to stop by for a visit, stay for a meal, or spend the night.

For more information about The Residences at Arden Wood, please call (415) 379-2320 or email us here.


“I love spending time enjoying the fruits of the labor of those, present and past, who have provided libraries for study, gardens for walking, activities for sheer enjoyment and an immeasureable sense of security.”
—Peggy Forster