With over 70 years of experience providing quality aged care services in the Inner West of Sydney, we know what matters.

Ashfield Baptist Homes Limited is a not-for-profit organisation affiliated with Ashfield Baptist Church. We have been providing high quality residential aged care in Ashfield for over 70 years.

Ashfield Baptist Homes Limited is a not-for-profit organisation affiliated with Ashfield Baptist Church.  We have been providing high quality residential aged care in Ashfield for over 70 years.

Our mission is to make a positive difference to people’s lives by providing personalised care based on Christian principles in a nurturing home environment.

We offer care to all people regardless of cultural background, religious denomination and gender, including Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) individuals, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people, people with disabilities and members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) community.

The facility includes open courtyards and pleasant surroundings, offering a range of quality accommodation options that meet all standards relevant to ageing in place and high care residential aged care services.

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Another day, another photo shoot... lovely ladies Rita and Helen and care staff member Srijana stepping up as models for Webstercare Webster-pak 's latest collection. ... See MoreSee Less

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The NSW Government funded new Lewis Herman Reserve will open as a common park space by Dec 31, situated on Holden Street next to Ashfield Baptist Homes. It has picnic tables, bbqs, a play space, table tennis tables, benches, native greenery and more. A potential pedestrian crossing on Holden Street is also earmarked.

Who was Lewis Herman? (1929-2006)
Lewis (Lew) Herman was a proud advocate for Ashfield, living his whole life in the area, and was its longest serving Mayor from 1976-1991. He formed an invaluable partnership along with wife Cecile to work for the community, particularly the less well off. In 1982, he was awarded an Order of Australia for services to Sydney's ethnic communities. He was awarded the Order of Polnia Restituta in 1984 and in 1990 the Scottish-Celtic Order of D'Urr having helped settle thousands of Poles in Ashfield.

Lew was a great advocate of multiculturalism, and was actively involved in a number of ethnic associations. Although a Jew, he initiated an annual inter-faith celebration of all religious leaders and created a prayer and community centre for a local Muslim group.

He was a member on several service boards and a commissioner on the NSW Prices Commission. He also worked with schools, police and churches to help establish the groundbreaking"Light to Life" anti-drug campaign.
(ref: Anthony Albanese)

We look forward to having this fabulous new open space available to all named in his honour.
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The NSW Government funded new Lewis Herman Reserve will open as a common park space by Dec 31, situated on Holden Street next to Ashfield Baptist Homes. It has picnic tables, bbqs, a play space, table tennis tables, benches, native greenery and more. A potential pedestrian crossing on Holden Street is also earmarked.  Who was Lewis Herman? (1929-2006) Lewis (Lew) Herman was a proud advocate for Ashfield, living his whole life in the area, and was its longest serving Mayor from 1976-1991. He formed an invaluable partnership along with wife Cecile to work for the community, particularly the less well off. In 1982, he was awarded an Order of Australia for services to Sydneys ethnic communities. He was awarded the Order of Polnia Restituta in 1984 and in 1990 the Scottish-Celtic Order of DUrr having helped settle thousands of Poles in Ashfield.  Lew was a great advocate of multiculturalism, and was actively involved in a number of ethnic associations. Although a Jew, he initiated an annual inter-faith celebration of all religious leaders and created a prayer and community centre for a local Muslim group.  He was a member on several service boards and a commissioner on the NSW Prices Commission. He also worked with schools, police and churches to help establish the groundbreakingLight to Life anti-drug campaign. (ref: Anthony Albanese) We look forward to having this fabulous new open space available to all named in his honour.
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“To the lovely staff who looked after my mother with kindness, professionalism, integrity, loving care and security – thank-you.”

“Knowing my mother was in such good hands brought a sense of peace to our family.”

“Our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all at Bethel – the diamond of the Ashfield community in aged care.”

“Thank you all for all you do especially in these crazy times.”

“Thankyou for your exceptional kindness, compassion and care, and for your dedication, thoughtfulness and tireless efforts in keeping all residents safe.”

“While the process of moving mum into care has been a huge adjustment for all of us in different ways, the communication, support and understanding we have had from you is really valued.”

“Thanks so much for your professional handling of a very difficult situation. Your protection and communication protocols have been exemplary.”

“Your care and diligence have been outstanding.”

“ABH is a beacon of the aged care industry.”

“Congratulations for having such great procedures that are so well enforced.”

“Excellence in action. “

“Hats off to all ABH staff for their dedication, caring, resilience and continued good humour during extremely trying times.”

“Your communication efforts over this lockdown period have been absolutely spectacular.”

“Your compassion, care, diligence and integrity is very much appreciated.”

“It is a difficult, demanding, challenging and changing time but you are all doing a truly spectacular job that is noted and appreciated.”

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