“This is above all a richly human document
in the sense that it confronts us with both
the height and the depth of what it is to be
human in a dark world.” —Frederick Buechner, author of The Sacred Journey
ANDREA RAYNOR, a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, is a United Methodist minister, a chaplain, and a cancer survivor. In the aftermath of September 11th, she served as a chaplain to the morgue at Ground Zero, offering blessings over remains and support to the many workers there. She has lectured throughout the New York area and has appeared as a guest on public television and radio. She currently lives with her family in Westchester, New York, where she is the Chaplain to the Rye Fire Department.
Andrea has two new books coming out in 2017! A Light on the Corner: Discovering the Sacred in the Everyday will be available on May 30, 2017. The Alphabet of Grief: Words to Help in Times of Sorrow will be released September 5, 2017.
The Choice, a reflection on finding hope in the midst of horror at Ground Zero, is now available for download on Amazon! Click here
Andrea was honored at the Females Football Philanthropy 2014. Click here to learn more.