Parish Life – Our Weekly Blog

Visioning Our Future: Christian Education

By Mother Imogen Rhodenhiser, Associate Rector

One of my favorite, hidden treasures at Christ Church Cranbrook is an engraving in the stones high above the Library Door which reads, “Teach us what we shall do unto the child that shall

Translucent: Re-Examining Faith in the Trans* Community

Excerpts from Between the Line’s “Trans, Religious, Thriving” by Eve Kucharski

As a faith leader, the Rev. Kate Malin, Rector of Christ’s Church in Rye, New York, wears a variety of hats: teacher, theologian, preacher. She is used to giving informed

NOW IS THE TIME: CCC CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

by Tom Booth, Artworks Committee and Buildings & Grounds Committee member

Christ Church Cranbrook is our church, however, many of you will agree that CCC is much more.  For decades, the church has been our family’s spiritual and community

CCC Vacation Bible School!

By Mother Imogen Rhodenhiser | Associate Rector

For many of us at CCC, the climax of the Program Year comes in June, when school lets out and we arrive at church on Monday morning ready for Vacation Bible School! At VBS

Learn About Parkinson’s Disease

By Susan Varbedian Lucken, R.N., B.S.N.

What do Michael J. Fox, Alan Alda, Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt, Mu-hammad Ali and Janet Reno all have in common? If you guessed Parkin-son’s disease, you would be correct.

We Welcome The Very Rev John Witcombe

By The Rev. Canon Dr. William J. Danaher Jr. | Rector

This coming weekend, we welcome the Very Reverend John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry Cathedral in England. Dean Witcombe’s Cathedral is world-renowned for its work in Reconciliation, a ministry that

FAQs…How We Serve God By Serving Others

What’s so different about CCC Mission & Outreach in 2019?
CCC has historically supported many non-profit organizations throughout the metro area. For 2019 we have decided on one geographical area- our Pontiac
neighbors– in hopes of magnifying the impact of our

THREE SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES TO BRING HOLY TRIDUUM INTO YOUR LIFE:

By Nathan Costa, Assistant Director of Music

Welcome to Holy Week! Our Lenten observance began with an Ash Wednesday invitation over five weeks ago to conversion of heart, through “prayer, fasting, and self-denial” and through “reading and meditating on God’s holy World.” Perhaps you’ve made a

April: Autism Awareness Month

By Susan Varbedian Lucken, R.N., B.S.N.

April is National Autism awareness month according to Healthline. Au-tism spectrum disorder or ASD is a developmental disability caused by differences in the brain. Scientists do not know yet exactly

The Middle Way: Christianity in the Anglican Tradition

By Father Chris Harris

Why is the Episcopal Church such a wonderful blend of the ancient and the modern?

What brought you the Episcopal Church?   

Was it our unique blend of traditional liturgy and music,