Methodist Retirement Communities Unveils New Community


Community leaders, including Mayor Pat Hallisey and State Sen. Larry Taylor were on hand to commemorate Methodist Retirement Communities’ unveiling of newest senior living community, The Crossings. The Crossings is a life care community in League City, TX designed to serve up to 300 residents, with a wide range of amenities and services offered in different residential neighborhoods including: Woodland Creek at The Crossings independent living apartment homes, The Forest assisted living, The Garden memory support, The Haven skilled nursing, and The Crossings dedicated short-term rehab neighborhood.
"This community celebrates the residents’ social energy and their intellectual spirit, all in a stunning and engaging atmosphere," said Ron Jennette, President and Chief Executive Officer of MRC and The Crossings. 

"With the addition of The Crossings, MRC is continuing to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to the future of senior living and to the community at large. It is truly an honor to be able to serve more seniors through this service ministry." Methodist Retirement Communities has been serving Texas seniors for over 50 years and is dedicated to quality senior living in the Wesleyan tradition.
About The Crossings
The Crossings is located at 255 North Egret Bay Boulevard in League City, TX. As the only Life Care community in League City, offering residents an enriched living situation, where individuals can move from independent living into various levels of health care, as needed. Residents have access to on-site assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing. 

The Crossings provides a worry-free lifestyle, with estate protection and a cost management plan for long-term care. For more information, call 1-866-942-3772 or visit
The Crossings is owned and operated by Methodist Retirement Communities (MRC), a not-for-profit service ministry that has a covenant of connection with the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. MRC welcomes residents of all faiths and beliefs in the communities it serves throughout Texas, including in Bryan, College Station, Huntsville, Lufkin, Texarkana, League City and La Porte. Most campuses are full-service retirement complexes that provide a wide array of housing options for seniors, and some also with Affordable Housing for seniors with limited income. Additional information on MRC is available at