Current Ministries

the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth

With joy, deep spirituality and commitment to social justice, the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth serve in diverse ministries in the United States, Peru and Canada. Continuing our historic tradition, we remain involved in education and healthcare. In expanded roles and responsive to today’s critical needs, Sisters work on behalf of the environment, are a voice for women who are trafficked, and assist those who are homeless and underserved. We serve in parishes, schools, colleges, diocesan offices, hospitals and clinics. You will find us on the front lines of advocacy for the poor; in faith formation; and in social services and helping agencies.

Sisters live and minister in the following locations:

California

California

California, USA

Colorado

Colorado

Colorado, USA

Kansas

The greatest concentration of SCLs live and serve in Kansas.

Kansas

Kansas, USA

Louisiana

Louisiana

Louisiana, USA

Missouri

Missouri

Missouri, USA

Montana

Montana

Montana, USA

North Carolina

North Carolina

North Carolina, USA

Nebraska

Nebraska

Nebraska, USA

New York

New York

New York, NY, USA

Wyoming

Wyoming

Wyoming, USA

Peru

Peru

Peru

Canada

Canada

17 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1X6, Canada

North Dakota

North Dakota

North Dakota

Ministry in action

Addressing modern-day slavery

Addressing modern-day slavery

Walking with women who have been victims of trafficking is a key part of the ministry of presence.   In addition to being community in a safe house to women who are victims of trafficking, Sister Melissa Camardo volunteers for LifeWay Network Safe Housing Program....

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SCL passionate about health ministry

SCL passionate about health ministry

From clinics for the uninsured to hospitals to the system office, Sister Jennifer Gordon has served in different roles across the range of healthcare settings operated by SCL Health. Rather than a conscious decision on her part to pursue a ministry in...

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SCL is where God wants her to be

SCL is where God wants her to be

Sister Judy Hayes never wanted to be anything but a teacher. With only a few hours’ advance notice, she began her first teaching assignment as a young Sister of Charity of Leavenworth (SCL) in 1961. She’s been at it – and loving it – ever since.

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