グローバルナビゲーションへ

本文へ

ローカルナビゲーションへ

フッターへ


Seirei Christopher University


Educational Environment


More than 20 educational, medical, and welfare facilities of Seirei group are assembled in Mikatahara, the birthplace of SEIREI.

Seirei Christopher University is located among more than 20 facilities of Seirei group. This area was acquired by the “Two-Tatami-Mat Land Donation Campaign” supported by a nationwide Christian network in an effort to care for patients with tuberculosis, which was believed to be an incurable disease. The Seirei group has always practiced the Christian philosophy of "Love Thy Neighbor."

Being a part of SEIREI Group, students gain a tremendous level of valuable life experience. As the symbol of Seirei group, Enshu Eiko Church peacefully stands on the campus of Seirei Christopher University. The Seirei Group facilities in Mikatahara include:

Medical facilities
Educational facilities
Social welfare facilities
(1) The United Church of Christ in Japan Enshu Eiko Church
(2) Seirei Christopher University
(3) Seirei Christopher University College of Care Work
(4) Seirei Christopher High School
(5) Seirei Christopher Kodomoen: Center for Early Childhood Education and Care
(6) Seirei History Museum
(7) Seirei Mikatahara General Hospital
(8) Seirei Hospice
(9) Seirei Ohzora Ryoiku Center: Treatment and Education Center for the Severe Disabilities
(10) Seirei Yobo-Kenshin Center: Medical Checkup Facility
(11) Mikatahara Bethel Home: Elderly Nursing Care Facility
(12) Seirei Kouseien: Care Facility for Persons with Disability
(13) Seirei Kouseien Shinseiryo: Care Facility for Persons with Disability
(14) Seirei Kouseien Narudo-Kobo: Care Facility for Persons with Disability
(15) Seirei Kodomoen Wakaba: Center for Early Childhood Education and Care
(16) Hamanako Eden-no-sono: Senior Residence
(17) Mokusei-no-sato: Care Home for the Elderly
(18) Hamamatsu Jyujinosono: Assisted Living Home for the Elderly
(19) Adonai-Kan: Care Home for the Elderly
(20) 2nd Adonai-Kan: Care Home for the Elderly
(21)(22) Mikatahara Square: Home for Children with Intellectual Disabilities
(23) Hamamatsu Yu-yu-no-sato: Care Home for the Elderly