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National Volunteer Week

Westminster Canterbury Richmond celebrated National Volunteer Week from April 15-21, 2018.  This week was designated to thank volunteers across the nation who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in the community.   On Tuesday, April 17, we celebrated our…

You make the biggest difference

We are so thankful for our amazing donors to Westminster Canterbury Foundation. Their generosity is truly inspiring and they make so much happen here at Westminster Canterbury Richmond. Giving in each of these areas makes a huge impact on our residents and creates a…

John Burns on Reaching Out

Hi – I’m John Burns, President and CEO of Westminster Canterbury Richmond, and I’m pleased to be able to share with you an update about an exciting project being led by our workforce. Last year, Westminster Canterbury Foundation completed a Community Needs Assessment that…

Spring has sprung at Westminster Canterbury!

One of the wonderful annual events here at Westminster Canterbury Richmond is the Daffodil Show, complete with an educational workshop, judging and even a chance for the children in the Child Development Center to get involved. Residents and staff bring in their best blooms…

Fellowship

A few months ago, our admissions office received an emotional call from a grieving son named Rob.  Rob’s dad has a movement disorder.  His mom has been the primary caregiver.  Though Rob and his sister stay in close touch with their parents and help…

#DisruptAgeism

Ageism – discrimination against persons of a certain age group.  In other words, ageism is discriminating against us just because we grow older.  We reject this.  We need to disrupt ageism. Those of us who are fortunate to continue to enjoy each new day…

Technology helps us stay connected

Technology and connectivity is an ever-increasing part of all our lives. We get our news online, do our banking online, and communicate with our friends and family via text and social media. At Westminster Canterbury Richmond, it’s important to us that we can communicate…

A Lenten Journey

During this Lenten season, many at Westminster Canterbury Richmond, and many out in the community and at churches across the Richmond region enjoy reading daily devotions like those found in A Lenten Journey. For twenty-one years Westminster Canterbury has produced this devotional guide featuring…

Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans – The Power of a Dollar

Do you have a dollar in your pocket or purse?  I do.  To be honest, I have fairly low expectations for my dollar.  I may spend it thoughtlessly here or there, but I doubt my dollar will make much difference. Each February, Westminster Canterbury…

Artist-in-Residence

Westminster Canterbury Richmond residents live life well in many ways. Here’s one story of a current resident. Resident Doris Woodson grew up admiring art, a subject she admits she knew little about. “I was always fascinated by this one piece of artwork at my…