By Kris Guccione
Where I experience Space for Grace can change from day to day for me. I most typically find Grace sitting quietly in the gothic splendor of our beautiful sanctuary.
By Joe LaVela
Christianity is meant to be practiced in community. Jesus did not do his ministry alone – he called the twelve – and he never sent anyone on a mission alone.
What does the Prayer Shawl Group knit? Well yes, our comforting Prayer Shawls.
That’s how it starts, but our knitters are artists, and we know an artist needs variety, an artist sees and dreams and creates
By Chris Harris
A mentor of mine once said, if you want to know if God is a priority in your life, check your bank account.
That’s right. Your bank account.
Not how often
By Amy Stevenson
Where have I experienced “Space for grace?” It happened over a club sandwich.
I am a part of Christ Church Cranbrook’s “Women’s Spirituality Group” – a group for women who are looking to deepen their faith, and journey
By Linda Truxell, Stewardship Co-Chair
Space For Grace for me means space within – space to be still, to breathe deeply, to mentally relax, and allow sacred space to open up for communion with God.
Space within can be created in
By Ed Burke
One of the ministries that I so enjoy participating in is the “Welcome Ambassadors.” We are the folks with the big red “Welcome!” stickers who greet people at the door, pass out bulletins and help usher folks
By Sandy Smith
The COVID vaccine clinics sponsored at Christ Church Cranbrook last year brought me face to face with many forms that a sanctuary, a “Space for Grace,” can take.
Remember how eagerly the world awaited an end
By The Rev. Bill Danaher
Let me begin with a confession. Before the pandemic, I spent a great deal of time exploring sites where multiple communities interacted with each other. I organized conferences and collaborated with
By: Linda Ban
Open-minded • Intellectually curious • Loving, inclusive women seeking to refine their faith and become closer to God
These are but a few of the words members use to describe the Women’s Spirituality Group (WSG)