Alphonso Westley, formerly of Sunrise Senior Living, has joined the Riderwood Executive team as the new Associate Executive Director.
Learn about the maps located in the lobbies around the campus and how they promote the campus’s diversity.
By Bob Merikangas Resident Writer As in previous years, Christian residents of Riderwood can celebrate the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, January 18 to 25, with people all over the world. The theme, “Justice, Only Justice, You Shall Pursue,” is taken from Deuteronomy 16:20. Some information from the website of the Graymoor Ecumenical…
By Bob Merikangas Resident Writer Many of us at Riderwood found a variety of ways over the years to share our voices, our words, with others, going beyond our daily conversations. We wrote articles and books, gave talks, put messages on the web, sent emails, and more. Now we are discovering that one of our…
Resident Phil Wogaman discusses his new book and the difficult decision to go against The United Methodist church’s decision to refuse ordination to a gay minister
Find out how Tai Chi can help with a variety of health related aspects of your life.
Some technology may seem intimidating, but it’s never too late to learn how to be tech-savvy!
New resident Rose Crenca has had a rich history in local politics, which she brings with her to her new life here at Riderwood.
A newer Riderwood resident has a history as a couple’s therapist dealing with money management.
By Bob Merikangas Resident Writer As in previous years, Christian residents of Riderwood can celebrate the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, January 18 – 25. Information about the theme for 2018 is provided on the website of Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute, but here are some selected points. The theme, “Your Right Hand,…
Resident Larry Weiler had quite a hand in the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which hit Texas starting on August 25, and its impact on the Erickson community in Houston, Eagle’s Trace, put Erickson values to the test.