Peace Village retirement community is an Illinois not-for-profit corporation established in 1985 as a continuation of the faith-based outreach of Peace Memorial Church serving seniors in greater Chicagoland, including Palos Park, Orland Park and Tinley Park.
Our vision is to create a society that reimagines and celebrates aging.
Our mission is to embrace the continuing vitality of our residents by fostering a loving and respectful community in which our residents’ individuality is honored, wellness is supported, faith is inspired and friendships are made.
Construction of Peace Village began in 1988 and we welcomed our first resident in May 1989. Our Circle Inn assisted living residences and multipurpose Grewe Center opened in January 1998. In 2005, Peace Village created The Peace Professional Center, which is now home to Heart Care Centers of Illinois, as well as other medical and professional suites.
Characterized by a strong dedication to excellence and delivering the highest quality of life possible for our residents, the entire staff of Peace Village retirement community is committed to setting the best example of ethical practice and maintaining the highest standards of health and well-being in the community. We want our residents’ experience at Peace Village to be among the best of their lives.
What does Peace Village stand for?
Passionate about our mission
Embrace opportunities for improvement personally and organizationally
Achieve extraordinary results through creativity, innovation, and thoughtful stewardship
Consistently play to our strengths
Exceed the expectations of our residents, their families, our teammates, and the community
Value teamwork and transparency
Inspire each other to be the best we can be individually and collectively
Laugh and have fun together everyday
Learn from each other
Appreciate and respect each other through direct and honest interactions
Grateful to serve