Madeleine L’Engle, author of A Wrinkle in Time, was a devout Christian living her faith in The Episcopal Church. Her novels were full of Christian allusions and also heartfelt questions that she brought to her faith. Although she died in 2007, the Episcopal News Service reprinted a 1995 interview, with the recent release the film adaptation of her book:
I don’t believe you can be a Christian in isolation from the support and collective memory of the believing community. My church is very important to me, and so is the group of women I meet with every Monday for study and prayer. We are in this life together, not alone.