As of 2019, the United States was home to approximately 167 million Christian adults. This includes members of Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian and Lutheran churches. No matter which form of Christianity you practice, the concept of community is one of the religion’s most important principles. Church members are supposed to care for one another and work together to help those in need, creating powerful bonds that can have positive effects on your mental health. The National Alliance on Mental Health reports that religion helps people form social connections, makes it easier to cope with difficult situations and gives people a sense of belonging. This is why some senior living communities are now offering care options specifically for Christian seniors.