What Is CCWH?
The Community Chapel of Wholistic Healing (CCWH) is a nondenominational fellowship that fosters expanded spiritual growth and development without dogma or prejudice to those who desire balance, peace, healing, and harmony both in themselves and in the world.
CCWH is nondenominational and without dogma. We welcome people of all faiths and beliefs and honor all paths to God.
CCWH serves the cause of divine light in bringing metaphysical principles into the physical realm - "As above, so below."
CCWH's primary focus is on healing - ourselves, others, and the planet.
CCWH was created by ascended masters and was manifested in northern Virginia in 1977 by Rev. Michelle Lusson (pastor emerita), a teacher, preacher, counselor, and psychic. The primary mission was to provide guidance from spirit as the world experienced a 49-year initiation, starting in the late 1950s. CCWH has educated and ordained more than 30 ministers and has offered workshops and spiritual training for many lightworkers. The work continues to focus on healing, teaching, and worshiping in fellowship to help people find spiritual abundance in times of great change.
Ministers and Board
Members of the Board of Directors are elected at the annual CCWH membership meeting in November to make decisions regarding governance, develop policy, manage the budget, and plan activities.
Pastor and President - Rev. Mary Huber
Assistant Pastor - Rev. Kelly Baker Wilk
Treasurer - Rev. Annette Warden
Secretary - Rev. Elizabeth Good
Board Member - Rev. Gloria Cousar
Board Member - Rev. Brenda McGrath
Board Member - David Armstrong