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COVID 19 Update: October 26, 2020

Dear Residents, Family and Staff: As of noon today we have had three (3) new positive COVID-19 Staff cases and one (1) new positive COVID-19 Resident case to report. Currently we have six (6) Residents on CooperVista and seven (7) staff members testing positive. CooperVista is considered a Red/Yellow Zone and all other units remain […]

Chaplain’s Corner: XXVI

“What is it like to hear a word from God?” It is safe to say that many of those who attend worship are hoping to hear something–perhaps an insight, a reminder or a word of hope from God. Several years ago I was at a Pastor’s Prayer Conference with several of my colleagues at our […]

COVID 19 Update: October 19, 2020

Dear Residents, Family and Staff: As a matter of specific information, Westminster Village now has an additional two (2) resident positive Covid-19 cases in our CooperVista unit and one additional staff member—totaling four (4) residents and two (2) staff members as of today. We have previously restricted visitation to CooperVista and now have restricted all […]

COVID-19 Update: October 16, 2020

October 16, 2020 Dear Residents, Family and Staff: Westminster Village has been diligent in following all of the CMS and ISDH guidelines regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please know that maintaining the health, wellness and safety of our Residents and Staff is our number one priority. Effective immediately, Westminster Village Muncie will restrict all visitation to […]

Chaplain’s Corner XXV

“Spiritual Hunger” What are the most memorable meals you have ever eaten? Years ago when I was in high school our Pastor took us on a mission trip to rural Maine where we worked in a camp for handicapped children. It was quite an experience for a young man from northern Indiana to see a […]

Chaplain’s Corner: XXIV

“Divine Fraud Detector” A few years ago I got a call from the fraud department that supports my VISA card. “Mr. Naylor, we’d like you to confirm a couple of expenses that were recently charged to your account.” Whenever I hear those words I take a deep breath. I wonder what grabbed their attention. Did […]

Chaplain’s Corner: XXIII

“Champions” On a wintry morning in 1956 a riding instructor named Harry de Leyer drove from his farm in Long Island four hours to Pennsylvania to a horse auction. Every Monday as many as 300 horses were auctioned at this auction. Harry had hoped to purchase a gentle horse that could become a training horse […]