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Find Out More About Us - CBCS Retirement Villages & Nursing Homes

CBCS is a not-for-profit organisation specialising in the provision of accommodation and care for the aged.

Established in 1976 by a group of people from NSW Christian Brethren churches (also known as the 'Open Brethren'), the organisation has developed from providing one small retirement village in Pennant Hills, to being a growing niche provider of quality services and accommodation.

The Vision of CBCS

Christ's Love compels us to care for and enrich our community

The Mission of CBCS

The Mission of Christian Brethren Community Services is

To strive to be connected to the community by being inclusive, valuing all people and demonstrating Christ's love through a continuum of quality care as it is needed.


In order to fulfil the Mission and Vision statements above, the values that will drive our behaviours as an organisation are:

  • Christian Ethos - All people are created in the image of God and therefore are of great value to Him. Hence, we have a responsibility to care for all those who are entrusted to us to the best of our God-given ability.
  • Excellence - The state or quality that demonstrates that someone or something is of a high standard.
  • Respect - Treating all others as important and worthwhile individuals.
  • Care - Supporting, accepting, understanding and empathising with people while being concerned for their well-being.
  • Equity - Nurturing a working and living environment which promotes acceptance.
  • Stewardship - Caring for the physical, financial and human resources of the organisation as if they were my own.

Our Constitution

If you are keen to find out a little more, you can download a copy of our constitution here:


Contact Us

Head Office
02 9842 4111

Independent Living
1300 130 252

Residential Aged Care
(02) 9479 8080
(02) 9849 5100
Cardiff Heights:
(02) 4954 1700


  • To keep mum and other residents occupied there is some form of entertainment, exercise class or craft to do and the love and care given to her by staff is what she would receive from her own family.

    Relatives of a Groves House resident