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A Simple Rule of Life: Pray Daily

A Simple Rule of Life – #1 Pray Daily

This past Sunday I mentioned in my sermon (which you can watch here) a simple Rule of Life that I was introduced to when I first started attending the Episcopal

“The Word Made Flesh”: Our Gift to You, God’s Gift to the World

By Allison Berger, Communications and Operations Associate

Christ Church Cranbrook has always been known for its beautiful Gothic architecture and the variety of brilliant artworks housed within. When constructing the church, George Booth hired many artists in hopes that their

The Difference A Backpack Can Make

Christ Church Cranbrook gave 100 backpacks to Community Housing Network in Troy!

Here is what they said:
“Community Housing Network cannot thank you all enough for the difference you’ve made in the lives of these children and families! With everything going

Special Project Committee: Campus Renovation Update September 2021

Construction Progress To Date:

During our Kick-off weekend, Father Bill gave tours of our construction progress to date. To watch the tour, click the video below. It was so exciting to be able to enter into the construction area

Hope Warming Shelter Update

Early this year, we asked you to help us get new windows for Hope Warming Shelter in Pontiac. The window insulation was infested with bedbugs and the windows were terribly drafty.  You responded with joy and helped us give

Prayer for Rosh Hashanah

By Rev. William J. Danaher Jr., Rector

Prayer for Temple Beth El

Rosh Hashanah

September 6, 2021

Watch the prayer online here.

About the High Holy Days:

The ten days that begin with Rosh Hashanah and end with Yom Kippur mark

Haiti Earthquake Response Update

By Rev. William J. Danaher Jr., Rector

I am so grateful and blessed to give you an important update on our critical response to the suffering happening in Haiti. As I mentioned last week, I was contacted by a friend

Where did we experience God?

On Sunday, a group of over 30 volunteers gathered at Crossroads of Detroit, the ONLY Sunday soup kitchen in Detroit, to make and serve food for those in need. The group fed over 350 hungry people. Along with lunch,

Help us support the people of Haiti

By Rev. William J. Danaher Jr., Rector

A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by a brother in Christ who wanted to direct a gift of $25,000 to the people who are suffering in Haiti from the

Afghan Refugee Fund

By Rev. William J. Danaher Jr., Rector

As many of you know, Afghanistan has been going through incredible tumult, and we have thousands of refugees coming our way. I have been working with Samaritas (www.samaritas.org),