The Lenten Journey Begins

The Lenten Journey Begins

Wednesday, February 17, 2021, is the start of the Lenten Season. We’ve recently compiled and printed our annual Lenten Journey – a devotional for each day of Lent, with submissions by staff and residents. Lent is a time of preparing ourselves for following Christ through his ministry, his sacrifice and on to… Read More

Live Update to Residents – January 28, 2021

Live Update to Residents – January 28, 2021

Today’s Live Update on our in-house TV970 covered the latest news at Westminster Canterbury Richmond. It featured John Burns, President and CEO; Debra Jacobsen, Administrator Residential Living; Tom Henning, Director Construction Management; and Lynn McClintock, Director Pastoral Care. The next Live Update will be Tuesday, February 2. Read More

The Best!  Five Reasons to Celebrate and Thank You!

The Best! Five Reasons to Celebrate and Thank You!

Thanks to YOU, Westminster Canterbury Richmond was voted “The Best” by Richmond Magazine and Virginia Living magazine.  Winning these awards each year means so much because it lets us know that you see and value the work done here – the work that YOU, our generous donors and supporters make… Read More

New Spiritual Center Nears Completion

New Spiritual Center Nears Completion

Isn’t it about time for some good news?  Excitement is rising at Westminster Canterbury Richmond as our new Spiritual Center nears completion! The one-year project is living up to our promise to put our mission first, lean into our spiritual roots and prioritize spiritual care for residents, staff, families and… Read More

Giving Thanks for our Roots in Faith

Giving Thanks for our Roots in Faith

Join us as we give glory to God for the R. Cary Montague Memorial Chapel and remember the many special moments held in this beloved chapel since 1975.  We also give thanks for our lovely Memorial Garden—a final resting place for loved ones.   A virtual Service of Thanksgiving will… Read More

Coming Together in Our Isolation

Coming Together in Our Isolation

This has been a “holy season” like none other. While those of the Jewish faith were celebrating Passover—and Christians, Holy Week and Easter—we may feel more like we are still wandering in the wilderness rather than brought to the promised land or entered into resurrection joy. In this time of… Read More

Stress Mastery for Brain and Body

During our lifetimes, we are faced with challenges that can stress our bodies and minds. Even in the retirement years, stress presents itself in many different ways. Ongoing stress contributes to many physical and mental health problems. Learning different techniques for managing stress is a key factor to staying happy… Read More

Mary Morton Parsons Foundation Challenge Underway!

Mary Morton Parsons Foundation Challenge Underway!

Westminster Canterbury Richmond is growing from our roots in faith. We are grateful for a long legacy of generosity that has helped us get to where we are today. That generosity began as long ago as 1971, when Mary Morton Parsons herself was a huge part of the… Read More

Consider Adding Something Meaningful for Lent

Consider Adding Something Meaningful for Lent

Every year since 1996, Westminster Canterbury Richmond residents and staff write Lenten devotionals published in our annual Lenten Journey.  These beautiful booklets are printed and distributed to churches throughout the Richmond region.  The devotional is also available on our website.  The project’s purpose is beautifully… Read More

Will You Choose to Help Your Neighbors-in-Need?

Will You Choose to Help Your Neighbors-in-Need?

“Without Westminster Canterbury Richmond’s Fellowship Program, I don’t know what would have become of me. After my parents’ and my husband’s illnesses and the cost of their medical care, I had very few options. The Fellowship Program literally saved my life. Now, I no longer spend my nights awake, wondering… Read More