Rose Hill House &
Rose Hill House II
225 W. Rose Hill Ave.
Kirkwood, MO 63122
Affordable Housing for Seniors
by Rose Hill House I & II
Owned and operated by Lutheran Senior Services, Rose Hill House and Rose Hill House II provide comfortable, affordable housing for adults age 62 and better. Located in the heart of Kirkwood, this HUD 202 community offers easy access to everywhere, so you can keep living your life the way you want.
Come get to know our friendly, knowledgeable staff and sample the rich social life that we have to offer.
Call 314.966.0747 or e-mail us today to schedule a visit.
Each of our one-bedroom apartments includes a kitchen, carpeted living room and bedroom, and tiled bathroom. Emergency pull cords, individually controlled heating and cooling, and cable television accessibility are included for each of our residents. We also have handicap-accessible apartments available.
All residents are welcome to take advantage of our…
- Diverse monthly activity calendar
- Scheduled transportation
- Dinner program
- Regular health screenings
- Chaplaincy care
- Library and media center
- Security surveillance
- Full-time maintenance
- Well-lit parking
- Coin-operated laundry
- Community Room
- Access to public transportation and LSS In-Home Services
Thank you for your interest in Rose Hill House! We are a Lutheran Senior Services Affordable Housing Community located in beautiful Kirkwood, Missouri. Rose Hill House features 97 one-bedroom apartments for seniors 62 years of age or older. We are a HUD section 202 facility, where residents pay 30% of their income toward rent. We offer a full range of activities and outings, as well as a meal program three evenings per week. Please feel free to call to set up a tour!
Nicole Greenlee worked with the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services as a Social Service Worker II for three years and attended Maryville University. Nicole is a member of the American Association of Service Coordinators. She currently lives in Oakville/South County with her husband, Bob, and their three children, Jordin, Boston, and Riley.
Emily Johnson, service coordinator at Rose Hill House, joined LSS in 2011. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and Psychology from the University of Iowa and a master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in gerontology from Washington University in St. Louis. Emily has worked and volunteered with older adults in a variety of settings, including hospice care and the Alzheimer’s Association, for several years. She currently lives in Richmond Heights and spends an abnormal amount of time exploring Forest Park and trying to determine the best gooey butter cake in St. Louis.
To call Rose Hill House or Rose Hill House II home, you must be 62 years of age or better. Eligibility for housing is based on income limits as set by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Call today to inquire about the current income guidelines.
Our on-site manager would look forward to discussing how we can help you enjoy your retirement years affordably. Call today to learn more!
Our Mission: to assist those we care for, in the name of Jesus, to live life to the fullest for these days – and forever.
This commitment runs deep throughout the Chaplaincy Team at Lutheran Senior Services. Here at Rose Hill House, our commitment to residents and staff are designed to achieve a balanced approach to the support and services provided by our Chaplains. Our goal is to provide the entire Rose Hill House community with the fullness of God’s grace essential for balanced living through spiritual care, nurture, instruction, and faithful administration of the Sacraments.
As your chaplains, we are committed to helping our entire staff at Rose Hill House achieve success in assisting ‘Older Adults living life to the fullest’ with the full balance of God’s grace and mercy.
Born in Brockton, Massachusetts, Rev. Bob served 20 years in the US Air Force, completing overseas tours in Europe and Asia. He is a 1999 graduate of the University of Massachusetts and received his Master of Divinity degree from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis in 2004. Rev. Bob has served churches in Florissant, Spanish Lake, and St. Charles before receiving the call to serve LSS residents. He and his wife Lisa Marie have two grown children.
Deaconess Jane is a 2009 graduate of Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. A member of Blessed Savior Lutheran Church in O’Fallon, Illinois, Dcs. Jane is a crafter and a baker as well as a book lover, with murder mysteries being among her favorite reads. She loves to chat and is always up to stop for a visit. She and her husband Eric (a librarian at Concordia Seminary) live in Illinois and have three grown sons.
Spiritual Life Calendar
Every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
1st Sunday of the month at 2:00 p.m.
Weekly Bible Study
Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.
3rd Floor Library
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Lutheran Senior Services is a not-for-profit organization that is built on financial stability and sound stewardship. We invite you to share our mission of serving seniors at Rose Hill House & Rose Hill House II by making a gift that will advance our Christian mission of honoring and cherishing those we serve. Your gift will be used to directly help people.
Make your legacy part of the Lutheran Senior Services legacy. Select a specific area for your gift or make a gift to the area of greatest need. You may give now, or contact our gift consultant for free and confidential advice about how your gift can help others.
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Administrator of Stewardship
Kirk Mattes, Administrator of Stewardship for Lutheran Senior Services, joined Lutheran Senior Services in 2000. Prior to joining Lutheran Senior Services, he was vice president of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Foundation’s Gift Planning Services. As the Administrator of Stewardship, Kirk oversees a professional staff deployed to the various Lutheran Senior Services communities. He has a wealth of experience, helping people deal with financial challenges and opportunities. When not working, he enjoys trying to keep up with his grandchildren, playing racquetball and rooting for the Cardinals.