Daffodils!

Our daffodil show is an inspiration. Spring flowers can be unpredictable in Virginia, but last week at Westminster Canterbury Richmond everything was coming up daffodils! The annual Daffodil Show and competition, in its fourth year, had over 79 entries exclusively grown in our gardens. The 2016 winner, Linda Cross, received a gold medallion for winning […]

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Holy Week

Journey to the cross. The Lenten season begins with ashes and continues with a journey of 40 days. The Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches founded Westminster Canterbury Richmond, and we opened in 1975 as a faith-based charitable organization. We celebrate the journey to the cross during Holy Week. Lent is a time when we remember the […]

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When Words Fail

We explore sacraments and traditions to draw us back and help us remember. Living in the recesses of our minds are scriptures and poetry and stories, waiting to be recalled. All of these can be windows into the soul of an individual living with dementia. A special seminar, “When Words Fail,” offers clergy resources for […]

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Laurel Awards 2016

Our awardees know the many benefits of volunteering. Westminster Canterbury Richmond’s Laurel Awards were recently presented to six recipients whose significant donations of time and energy soar beyond the ordinary. Established in 1992, the Laurel Awards recognize the valuable contributions volunteers make in improving the lives of those we serve every day. Their generosity provides […]

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Celebrating Inspiring Lives During Black History Month

Former resident continues to inspire the community. Each year during Black History month, Westminster Canterbury Richmond celebrates former resident Lettie Madison. Throughout her life Lettie Madison sought civil and social change. Author, scholar and beloved teacher, Lettie believed knowledge could lead to a better life for all. Her devotion to this principle made her the […]

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