The arrangements for Robert Schuller this month at the church his family made famous, a family representative said.The service will be held April 20 at 10 a.m. at the Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove — formerly Crystal Cathedral.
Carol Schuller Milner, Schuller’s daughter, said the public service will be held in the plaza “encircled by the four architectural structures built during Dr. Schuller’s years of leadership: the Crystal Cathedral, the Arboretum, the Tower of Hope” and the Richard Meier visitor’s center.
The closed-casket service will be followed by a procession to the Memorial Gardens, where Schuller will be buried next to his wife, Arvella. Schuller Milner said that although the burial ceremony will be private, the public will be able to view it from outside the garden.
The service will be led by Dan Chun, senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu and a friend of Schuller.
Schuller died Thursday at age 88 at a care facility in Artesia. He had esophageal cancer. Schuller Milner said Christ Cathedral has agreed to pay for service expenses “in honor of Dr. Schuller’s contribution to faith and to the campus now owned by the diocese,” and friends of the family have offered to pay the remaining mortuary expenses.
Make sure to read:
- President Obama Offers Easter And Passover Greetings
- Roland Martin & Pastor Ralph West Celebrate The Life of Legendary Pastor Gardner C. Taylor
- Rick Warren Is Asking For Your Prayers This Easter Sunday
Crystal Cathedral Founder Rev. Robert Schuller Funeral Arrangements Announced was originally published on elev8.hellobeautiful.com
10 Easy Bible Memory Verses For Kids
Kirk Franklin Release New Album FATHER’S DAY
Bishop Noel Jones Proposes to Longtime Lady Love Loretta after being together for 28 Years
Jekalyn Carr Announces Long Awaited New Self-Titled Album! New Album out Friday, October 20th
Bishop Carlton D. Pearson Dies At 70 After Battle With Cancer
5 Books Of The Bible Every Woman Should Read: Ruth
2023 Stellar Gospel Music Awards Weekend Best Moments [Photos]
WORDS from Sheilah Belle