After a journey of many years, Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc. is now Pinnacle Living.
We have been working hard to create a new culture and we want a name that clearly conveys how our team works and how our residents live. Changing our name is the best way to communicate our bold steps forward into a new and better world where age does not define the person.
Our mission is Enriching Life's Journey.
As a not-for-profit, faith inspired, organization Pinnacle Living exists to better older lives not to generate better profits for shareholders. Our team; employees, volunteers, board and leadership are inspired by the Wesleyan spirit to serve the needs of the world. Through seventy years of experience, we have learned that our best service is through focusing on the person. Their independence and autonomy are key to happiness and a life well lived, no matter what level of living they may call home.Learn More About Our Mission
The Pinnacle Living Samaritan Program is a benevolent fund which provides financial assistance to OUR residents who have outlived their monetary resources and, through no fault of their own, can no longer afford the full cost of their care.
Friday, May 11, 2018
In May of 1948, the first Mother’s Day offering was received from the churches of the Virginia Annual Conference to support the Methodist Home for the Aged. This special offering called Virginia M Read More
Friday, April 20, 2018
The following article was written by guest writer and Hermitage Richmond volunteer, Teedie Johnson to celebrate 2018 National Volunteer Week. Those of us who work in Hidden Treasures (f Read More
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Social workers help people cope with challenges in their everyday lives. They play a vital role in our society and in each of our communities. With March being National Social Worker Month, Pinnac Read More
Thursday, February 08, 2018
At age 10, Baxter Carr discovered his passion for woodworking. His father, a banker by day, was also the local blacksmith and handyman for Isle of Wight. There were no power tools available when h Read More