The Episcopal Church in Colorado is a diverse community made up of 104 worshiping communities centered on a common faith, with approximately 30,000 members of all ages and backgrounds. However you got here, wherever you are in your faith journey, we hope you find ways to connect  and deepen your faith.


The search for our 11th Bishop begins with you. Please visit the Bishop Search & Transition website at for current, accurate information about the process and learn about ways you can participate such as sharing your thoughts through a survey or expressing your interest in serving on a committee.


There are five Regions in The Episcopal Church in Colorado that encourage and promote partnerships in local mission initiatives; facilitate the participation of clergy and lay leadership at Diocesan and General Conventions; and strengthen communication between the Regions and the Office of the Bishop.


Upcoming Events


Cathedral Camp

Cathedral Camp is a whole week's worth of sleepovers! Come experience the many traditions of Cathedral Ridge's longest-running camp. Make new friends and reunite with old ones. Play all day. Have a carnival. Slide down the water slide, pray, hike, do crafts, sing, laugh, and watch the stars at night.Campers: rising 3rd-8th graders Cost: …

Creator Camp

God is the ultimate creator. Everywhere you look you see examples of divine imagination and artistry at work. Created in God's image, we too are invited to be creators, and that's what Creator Camp is all about.  Come make new friends and explore your creativity and artistic side through mixed media and performing arts. …

An Important Announcement from Bishop O'Neill

Dear Friends,

For the past fourteen years it has been a great privilege to serve as the bishop of this diocese. Now, after considerable prayer and conversation with family, friends, and close colleagues, I am writing to inform you of my decision to retire and to call for the election of a new diocesan bishop.

As you may know, the process for the search and election of a new bishop requires some time and the involvement of many from across a diocese. While it is the Standing Committee’s responsibility to determine that timeline, it is my hope that we will hold an episcopal election at next October’s Annual Convention, and that the bishop-elect will begin work in early Spring of 2019.