Since then, Gretta’s work has been featured in media across the country and internationally. She has been introduced to Bishop John Shelby Spong’s readership as a guest columnist – Spong has called her “one of the most exciting voices in 21st century Christianity.” Close to home, Gretta appears as a regular on the “Culture Wars” segment of the John Oakley Show on AM640, Toronto’s most popular Talk Radio morning program. Abroad, she has welcomed opportunities such as giving the keynote speaker address for Common Dreams, The 2010 International Conference for Religious Progressives in Melbourne, Australia.
Having twice narrowly avoided heresy trials, Gretta continues to lead West Hill United – “a progressive community of faith growing out of the Christian tradition” – in Scarborough, Ontario. Non-exclusive inspirational liturgical and music resources written by Gretta and her partner, Scott Kearns, are used internationally. Her second book, Amen; What Prayer Can Mean in a World Beyond Belief, published by HarperCollins Canada, has been available since the beginning of April.