Crystal Cathedral gets new name: Shepherd's Grove

The Crystal Cathedral will be now known as Shepherd’s Grove when they move to their new home next month.

In other CC news:

Arvella Schuller, wife of the Rev. Robert H. Schuller and co-founder of the Crystal Cathedral Ministries, reportedly suffered a stroke and has been working with Medicare-provided therapists to regain use of her left arm and leg. Meanwhile, the current congregation of the Orange County megachurch prepares for a major move and has taken on a new name.

The Orange County Register reports that Mrs. Schuller, 83, experienced a stroke earlier this month and was just released from a local hospital. Her daughter, Carol Schuller Milner, told the publication that her mother is “wiped out” but received a positive evaluation from doctors.

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  • Jim CHisholm June 2, 2013 Reply

    “The Crystal Cathedral will be now known as Shepherd’s Grove when they move to their new home next month.” – appears to be talking about the building. The Catholic Diocese has already named the Crystal Cathedral as Christ Cathedral. I suspect that your article would not be so misleading if it stated – “”The Crystal Cathedral MINISTRIES will be now known as Shepherd’s Grove MINISTRIES when they move to their new home next month.”

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