FILE- In this April 1, 2007 file photo provided by Crystal Cathedral Ministries, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller appears during Schuller's "Hour of Power" service at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif. Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Schuller have announced Saturday March 10, 2012, their resignation from the board of directors of the Crystal Cathedral Ministries that they founded forty-two years ago, fifteen years after starting the Garden Grove Community Church. (AP Photo/Crystal Cathedral Ministries, File) NO SALES
GARDEN GROVE, California (AP) — The Crystal Cathedral's pastor says her congregation will relocate and the Orange County megachurch will get a new name.
Senior Pastor Sheila Schuller Coleman said Sunday that the ministry will be renamed Hope Center Of Christ.
In a video posted on the Crystal Cathedral website, Schuller Coleman said an announcement regarding the new location will be made in the next few weeks.
The financially struggling church sold its iconic glass-paned home to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange County last month to emerge from federal bankruptcy protection.
Its founder, Dr. Robert Schuller, retired in 2006 after seeing a weekly prayer service at an Orange County drive-in movie theater evolve into a global televangelist empire.
On Saturday, Robert Schuller announced he was stepping down from the Crystal Cathedral board of directors.