Susan Cooper A Message from the President & CEO

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Susan Cooper

A Message from the President & CEO

My heart goes out to all who have been affected by this worldwide pandemic. During times of crisis, we often come together in ways we've never come together before. We set aside insignificant things and shift our focus to what really matters most in life...the people we love and care about. As I reflect on the past months since things began to unfold with the coronavirus (COVID-19), I am humbled by and grateful for the work of our local emergency responders, hospital professionals, and other workers who are making it possible for people to get health care services, food, supplies and medications. These "Community Heroes" lend courage, strength and sacrifice through their service to others.

Being in the retirement living business, we at Morningstar Living have a monumental responsibility to take care of and protect the people we serve..."in health and in sickness." Caring for and protecting the residents and the clients we serve is what we do. We are responsible for hundreds of residents living at our two campuses in Nazareth, and the clients we provide in-home support and care to, who are living in their homes throughout the Lehigh Valley. Our residents and our clients rely on us 24/7/365. For this reason, we've taken some very extraordinary measures to limit the risk of infection and prevent the spread of the virus in our communities:

As I think about these extraordinary changes that we've made in a short period of time, I am in awe of my team members, who come to work faithfully and work tirelessly around the clock to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. Our team of Nurses, CNAs, Caregivers, Social Services, Wellness, Physical Therapy, Neighborhood and Community Life, Culinary Services, Maintenance and Security, Groundskeeping, Housekeeping, Transportation, IT and Administration...these are the Morningstar Living Heroes.

Yes, the world has certainly changed as a result of COVID-19, and so have we at Morningstar Living. Who knows how long we'll be dealing with this pandemic and its' aftermath? And while there may be more changes and uncertainty in the months that lie ahead, there is one thing of which I am absolutely certain...the mission and core purpose of Morningstar Living has never been more important.

"Making a enriching life's journey for all we serve."

Volunteering. For those interested in Volunteering at Moravian Hall Square, there are many opportunities.

Home Volunteering

Volunteers at Moravian Hall Square assist paid staff in all phases of services given to provide quality care for the residents.


Our top volunteers display their Community Impact Awards at Moravian Hall Square’s Volunteer Appreciation ceremony this past summer.

Over 11,000 volunteer hours each year assure our residents of the extra attention to make sure each day is special. There are numerous opportunities for junior (must be 14 years of age) and adult (18 years and older) volunteers, from working in the gift shop to assisting with walks around the campus or to outside events.

Applications may be filled out online or in person, followed by an interview with Pam Kleckner, Volunteer Coordinator (610.746.1120 /

Volunteer Opportunities for all ages at Moravian Hall Square

  • Gift Shop on the Commons as a salesclerk
  • Clerical Assistance
  • TV Production of In-house Channel
  • Assist Chaplain with weekly and holiday services and with support groups
  • Transport residents to special events
  • Accompany residents on trips or walks around the campus
  • Converse with residents about their interests and yours
  • Provide programs for residents or assist recreation staff with programs

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