For more information about supporting the Bishop Noa Home for Senior Citizens or to make a donation, please contact us at: Mission Advancement Office Sr. Gloria Schultz, SPC 2900 3rd Ave. S. Escanaba, Mi 49829 (906)786-5810 ext. 138 srrhughes@bishopnoahome.com
Sr. Gloria Schultz & Mary Uelman

Mission Advancement

Sr. Gloria Schultz and Mary Uelmen coordinate Mission Development and Admissions for the Bishop Noa Home, promoting our shared identity in the Catholic Health Care Ministry and Missions of the Church. They respond to inquiries, interview applicants for admission and offer tours to people of diverse faiths with quality of presence, hospitality and welcome. They also offer direction, comfort and support to individuals and families for the Bishop Noa Home Independent Apartments, Home for the Aged, and Nursing and Rehab levels of care; advocating for residents with compassion, healing and hope.

Ways of Partnering

Help the Sisters of St. Paul ensure that their mission and ministries will continue into the future.  You can help the Sisters in the following ways:
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Mission Advancement

Sr. Gloria Schultz and Mary Uelmen coordinate Mission Development and Admissions for the Bishop Noa Home, promoting our shared identity in the Catholic Health Care Ministry and Missions of the Church. They respond to inquiries, interview applicants for admission and offer tours to people of diverse faiths with quality of presence, hospitality and welcome. They also offer direction, comfort and support to individuals and families for the Bishop Noa Home Independent Apartments, Home for the Aged, and Nursing and Rehab levels of care; advocating for residents with compassion, healing and hope.

Ways of Partnering

Help the Sisters of St. Paul ensure that their mission and ministries will continue into the future.  You can help the Sisters in the following ways:

Bishop Noa Home

Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres

(906) 786-5810
Click Here For Admission Information Click Here For Admission Information Menu
Monetary Gifts / Pledges / Matching Gifts Honorary and Memorial Gifts Charitable Giving (Corporate / Individual) BNH Legacy / Trusts The Elizabeth A. Zuehlke Educational Fund