About Lions Gate -What We Offer Rooted in Jewish values, culture and tradition, Lions Gate is a thriving Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Voorhees, New Jersey. Our beautiful, 45-acre campus is conveniently located on Laurel Oak Road, close to everything important to you.
Lions Gate provides independent seniors with worry-free living in private cottages or spacious apartment homes, within a truly exclusive setting. Our residents enjoy a full range of services and amenities, including maintenance-free living, multiple dining venues, an arts studio, library, a performance center, a fitness and aquatic center and so much more.
Our healthcare continuum offers a complete continuum of care, including assisted living, memory support suites and a highly rated skilled nursing and rehabilitation center. Our healthcare services are available to our current residents as well as the greater community. Who We Are
Lifestyle. Care. Community. Tradition. That’s our promise to you all day, every day. Lions Gate offers a lifestyle filled with unlimited possibilities. We take care of the tiresome household chores so you have time to pursue your passions.
Lions Gate is more than a place to retire to – it’s a place to live – and live well! We are a dynamic, friendly community of adults 62 and over – adults like you who share similar interests and traditions and have planned for an enjoyable, fulfilling retirement lifestyle.
What makes us truly different? Simply put, everything we offer and everything we do centers on our mission, vision and values. Mission
To provide quality and compassionate residential, healthcare and community-based services, enriching the lives of those we serve consistent with our Jewish heritage and values. Vision
To become the premier resource and residence for seniors by providing programs and services that inspire individual wellness, and social, cultural and spiritual independence. Values
Excellence Our Name – Rich in History
The actual Lions Gate (Sha’ar Ha’Arayot) lies north of the Temple Mount in the east wall of Old Jerusalem. In the Bible, there are more than 150 metaphorical and allegorical references to lions.
The lion has been used to describe the bravery of the tribe of Judah as well as David, “his heart is as the heart of a lion.” It has also been employed figuratively when referring to a scholar from distinguished parentage, “a lion, son of a lion.” It is the symbol of Jewish bravery, strength and pride that can be found throughout the ages in Jewish art – embellishing the synagogue ark, on the ancient synagogue mosaics, adorning Torah breastplates and crowns, Shabbat candlesticks and menorahs.
The Lions Gate name perfectly represents the strength, triumph and dignity of the seniors we serve every day.