Coronavirus (Covid-19) latest information

The health, safety and wellbeing of our residents, staff and Sisters remains our top priority. We are cautiously resuming visits to some Nazareth Houses and facilities where the infection risk is low and visits can be conducted safely. Before travelling, please contact the house to check whether it is open, make an appointment to visit and follow the visiting requirements. Houses in some locations remain closed to visitors. We will keep the position under review and may need to close a home to visitors at short notice to protect those in our care. For further information please contact the relevant Nazareth House or service. Contact information can be found on each house page. We thank you for your understanding and co-operation.


Sisters of Nazareth

The life of Sisters

A vocation is a gift from God which has the commitment made at baptism as its foundation.

Who we are

As Catholic religious women, our first desire is to seek God, becoming one with him, taking on his mind and his way of life

Our Mission

We, the Sisters of Nazareth, aim to share the love of God through our ministries of care and education and our openness to respond to the needs of the times.

Sisters of Nazareth

Aim to share the love of God through our ministries of care and education

Nazareth Care Village Belfast

Nazareth Care Village Belfast hosts 88 spacious, single, en-suite rooms, set in 9 acres of landscaped gardens offering a peaceful and restorative environment for residents. We hold dual registration with the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) and offer 60 general nursing beds and 28 residential beds. (Including DE registration for mild/moderate dementia in the Residential unit.)

Nazareth Care Africa

Run by the Sisters of Nazareth, our Houses offer services to the poor and suffering, regardless of age, race or creed. Visit our Houses to see how we care for people at all stages of life and see how you can help our work.