At Sierra View Homes Retirement Community, we are a Christ-centered community in the Mennonite tradition of faith, family and friendship.  As such, we commit to uphold the following principles within the life of our community: stewardship, service, and self-determination.

We foster with respect, the dignity, and worth of every individual. We encourage independence and freedom of choice and provide opportunities for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth.

As a non-profit Retirement Community we provide housing and support services designed to meet the needs of persons of all faiths and beliefs. We offer a variety of retirement living arrangements, including: independent living apartments, assisted living, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, and nursing and rehabilitation.

We are known for our culture of care. Our staff comes to know and appreciate each resident as a whole person with a unique history and preferences. We strive to serve every individual with dignity, interest and accountability.

We’re also known for our relaxed environment and welcoming neighborhood. Our residents enjoy the natural beauty of our campus, the social events,WellnessCenterand opportunities to be involved in service.

Many of our residents say they wished they’d made the move sooner. Here, they can enjoy the freedom of living in a retirement community, with no lawns to mow or gutters to clean. When extra support is needed, help is readily available. Our residents pay only for the services they need.

Sierra View Homes Retirement Community complies with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations.

Sierra View Homes Retirement Community considers for admission, all persons who are 55 and older without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. However we do require applicants to demonstrate they can meet certain requirements of residency.


The Sierra View Homes Auxiliary plays a vital part in the life of the SVH community! Purpose: To carry on a program of assistance to the residents of Sierra View Homes through voluntary programs and fundraisers. Services Provided Provide funds for projects to enhance the experiences of Sierra View residents. Provide volunteers for various services …

Our Mission

Mission Statement To maximize the quality and enjoyment of the lives we serve, through the Christian ministry of healing, hospitality and community. Vision Statement To be an outstanding full-service retirement community that celebrates and enhances the life of each resident and staff member, and that reflects Christ’s message of hope and friendship. Guiding Principles Be …

Our History

Sierra View Homes Retirement Community was founded in 1960 by the Reedley First Mennonite Church. Throughout our history, we have remained faithful to our founding values of caring and service. The following article recently ran in the Reedley Exponent in honor of Sierra View’s 50th anniversary: Sierra View Homes Celebrates 50 Years Sierra View Homes …

Our Staff

Monthly Newsletter

Each month, Sierra View Homes Retirement Community publishes a newsletter highlighting recent happenings in our community, along with observations from Vito Genna, SVHRC’s administrator, and our chaplain. You can receive this newsletter by snail mail or email by providing your preferred email or physical address to Kecia at KFriesen@sierraview.org, or simply message us on Facebook. Monthly Newsletters …


Annual Report Sierra View Homes Retirement Community’s annual report provides a snapshot of our current financial, spiritual, and social health. The annual report includes the year’s balance sheet, record of giving, resident profiles, our strategic plan for the future, and other pertinent facts about our organization. 2018 Annual Report (PDF) 2017 Annual Report (PDF) 2016 …