Margaret B. Gunness

Margaret B. Gunness

The Rev. Margaret (Peggy) Gunness is a retired Episcopal priest who served as vicar of Calvary Episcopal Church in Memphis, Tennessee, from May 1999 to May 2001, after eight years as Rector of Christ Church in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Prior to her ministry at Christ Church, Peggy was a clergy member at Trinity Church in Boston and vicar and interim rector at Christ Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She also spent  a year helping a small, yet growing inner-city parish in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Before entering seminary, she was a teacher and tutor of French and worked in school admissions.

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Articles by this Author

What is the significance of the cross and the crucifixion of Jesus?

What is meant by the grace of God?

What if God doesn't answer my prayers?

Why does the church put so much emphasis on the formal rites of worship?

Isn't searching for the God within just an excuse for narcissism?

Do I have to believe that Christ literally rose from the dead to be a Christian?

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

What is the power of prayer?

Palm Sunday: The Two Processions