6100 Normandale Road
Edina, MN 55436
Phone: 952-929-1698
Fax: 952-929-2767

Serving seniors in transition and their family caregivers to support health in spirit, mind, and body since 1998

The Center for Healing and Wholeness Offices are physically closed right now but we are open virtually!


We are continuing all of our regular services virtually so caregivers can stay connected and continue to be supported during the current situation. Check our facebook page for weekly updates on events.

For more information or to schedule a virtual visit, please call our main number at 952-929-1698 or email us at info@normandalecenter.org.


The Normandale Center for Healing and Wholeness (the Center) is a mission outreach program of Normandale Lutheran Church which serves the entire community. The Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization with the mission to “walk with” seniors, their family members, friends and caregivers, to provide support for healthy aging in body, mind & spirit.

Founded in 1998, the Center serves over 500 seniors and family members annually residing in Edina, Eden Prairie, Minneapolis, Bloomington, Richfield and the surrounding Southwest suburban metropolitan area.

The Center is financially supported through generous gifts from the Normandale Lutheran Church community, Fairview Health Systems, Older American Act funds via the Metropolitan Area Association on Aging, corporate contributions, grants and individual donations.

Upcoming Events

The Center offers a wide variety of education and supportive services to support Healthy Aging. Explore upcoming programs and activities and connect with us today!

About the Center

The Center's approach to serving seniors and caregivers is relationship-based - that is, to build on the capacity and strengths of the senior and family, and make use of volunteer and paid staff to maximize positive impact while minimizing costs.

We work to support seniors and their family caregivers through holistic services and collaborative programming. In this spirit we strive to:

  • Strengthen, maintain or establish seniors’ connections with the community

  • Alleviate isolation

  • Maintain / improve mental, physical and emotional health

  • Extend independence

  • Enhance quality of life

  • Alleviate caregiver burden

  • Support caregiver capacity 

We're Here For You

Many people come to the Center for one need, but end up returning for other programs and services—ultimately working with a variety of staff and volunteers to access the broad spectrum of services the Center has to offer.

We view this as a positive affirmation of the quality of the connections developed with individuals and their families.