John Knox Manor

About Us

John Knox Manor, Inc. is a non-profit organization created in 1965 by East Alabama Presbytery, Presbyterian Church USA. The purpose was to build and operate a facility for the elderly devoted to Christian Care.

Construction began on John Knox Manor I, a retirement home for independent living, in May 1969, and opened the doors for business on November 1, 1970.

In May, 1976, John Knox Manor II, a skilled nursing facility, was the next phase to open. It also provides rehabilitation and 20 day Medicare stays.

In December 1996, a third level of care was added to meet the ever growing need of the senior population. The third level of care, John Knox Manor III/Sturgis Hall, was for assisted living services that JKM could offer the senior population in independent living.

John Knox @ Home opened in April 2009. It offers non-medical at home services. This includes assistance with personal care, light housekeeping, meal preparation, errands, transportation to appointments and hospital stay assistance.

John Knox @ Arrowhead opened in May of 2013. It is a 16 bed assisted living facility on the east side of town.

John Knox continues to be a vibrant part of Montgomery. It offers may options in retirement living.