The journey that began in 1948 continues today with our outstanding communities focused on our shared mission: Enriching Life’s Journey. This mission statement reflects everything Pinnacle Living achieves and strives for with the 1,300 people who have found a home in our communities and the more than 1,000 team members that carry on the work which began 70 years ago.
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.
April 23, 2021
Cedarfield, Henrico County’s premier senior living retirement community, opened its brand new Household in April 2021. As the final component of the $100 million Cedarfield Master Plan Expansion project, Household Read More
December 30, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Click to Print Press release December 16, 2019 — RICHMOND, Va. — LeadingAge Virginia, the association of nonprofit providers of aging services in the Commonwealth, has recognized Read More
April 12, 2019
Cedarfield has always been known for the unique culture that promotes the Pinnacle Living Mission, Vision and Values. Part of what makes Cedarfield so unique is the impressive role the Read More
November 29, 2018
The Lydia Roper Home, located in Norfolk’s historic Lafayette Park, was built in 1921 by Captain John L. Roper to honor his late wife. Since 1965, the Lydia Roper Home Read More