Parish Life – Our Weekly Blog

A servant of His Will

By Michael Froelich

For the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Bill shared his sermon We Are in this Together, where he asked several parishioners to share a brief encounter, an image, or a feeling that relates to

Being led by God’s Hand

By Doug Boyce

For the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Bill shared his sermon We Are in this Together, where he asked several parishioners to share a brief encounter, an image, or a feeling that relates to

Cranbrook Car Parade: Celebrating Seniors

By Nathan Costa, Assistant Director of Music & Liturgist

Christ Church Cranbrook was both the launching point and final rendezvous for the first Cranbrook Kingswood School commencement car parade Wednesday, June 3. Over 160 cars, decorated for the

Special Project Committee For Campus Renovation – June 2020 Report

By Rob Carrigan

In 2017 Christ Church Cranbrook began envisioning a campus redevelopment project to address a variety of needs including increased multipurpose space, additional classrooms, increased accessibility and modernized facilities.  In 2019, a successful capital campaign,

A Word of Inspiration

By Michele Dragisity

For the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Bill shared his sermon We Are in this Together, where he asked several parishioners to share a brief encounter, an image, or a feeling that relates to

A single roll of toilet paper

Random reflections from time at the Community Breakfast

By Hunter Torres

For the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Bill shared his sermon We Are in this Together, where he asked several parishioners to share a brief

Are we Laughing With or Laughing At?

By the Rev. Chris Harris and Janice Lovchuk

This is the third in a series of blog posts are adapted from The Book of Joy by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and The Dalai

Slamming on the Brakes

By Jo Tsamaidis

For the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Bill shared his sermon We Are in this Together, where he asked several parishioners to share a brief encounter, an image, or a feeling that

The Sunflower Seed: A Reflection on New Life

By Laura MacNewman

When this seed is planted in the earth,
it will be in complete darkness.
When you put a little water on it,
the light will reach into the darkness,
and it will come into being;
it will emerge.
This sunflower loves

Praying through the Pandemic

By the Rev. William J. Danaher, Jr., Rector

On Thursdays at noon, I have been hosting a “3 Ways to Pray” gathering online, where we learn about and practice new ways to pray (You can join