Campaign for Abundant Life Winter Update

The Campaign for Abundant Life is increasing in momentum as more individuals, churches and community partners respond with support. 2019 marks year three of the five-year comprehensive campaign. The goal is to raise funds for charitable care, pastoral care, the Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging, updated campuses for…

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UCH Board Sees End of Legacy, Welcomes New Member

Sue joined the Board in February 2007 as UCH faced an uncertain future, due to the recession that took a financial toll on the organization. The Board needed to make tough decisions to guide the organization through those difficult times and prepare for a stronger future, she said. Sue’s relationship…

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Residents Continue Ritual of Giving

  Residents of Chapel Hill, Fairhaven, Parkvue and Trinity communities collectively gave more than $20,300 to local, national and international charities in 2017 through worship service collections. This practice has deep meaning for many people who choose to live at United Church Homes. “The residents love to give,” said Rev.…

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A Room with a View

George George and Martha were married 52 years in 2006 when they moved to Trinity Community in Beavercreek, Ohio. When Martha passed away a few months later, George found himself living alone. Having grown up on a farm, George had learned early and often the value of hard work. And…

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Faith Drives Service to Others

Long before moving to Trinity Community of Beavercreek, Gene Williams was an avid supporter of its mission and vision. After all, she’d served as a volunteer at Trinity for more than 30 years, finding caring ways to live out her Christian faith. “I’ve always appreciated the work they do here,”…

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Fairhaven Community Volunteers

Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday you’ll find Janet McDaniel delivering mail at Fairhaven Community. But it’s not her job—it’s her passion. As a community volunteer for more than 15 years, Janet enjoys helping others. “I love working with the residents,” she says. “They’re always so gracious and appreciative; it’s very…

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