The Episcopal Church in Colorado is a diverse community made up of 103 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.


Cathedral Ridge is a bold venture in ministry by The Episcopal Church in Colorado, representing an innovative vision and long-term commitment to invest in the heart of the next generation. Discover a place where you will experience hospitality,   transformation, and deepened connections to God and to each other.


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


Explore Camp I

What does it mean to be a member of the Body of Christ? Come look for the answer and have fun while making new friends, exploring nature, challenging yourself on the ropes course, singing around the campfire, and so much more! Discover more about yourself, more about God, and more about the wonderful relationship that brings us all together. For rising …

Explore Camp II

Explore Camp II is all about being one in the Body of Christ. We will look at ourselves and our relationship with God and each other. Days at Explore Camp are filled with outdoor activities, games, art, chaplain time, and worship.  We will challenge ourselves on the ropes course, get wet on the water slide, make s'mores …

The Hiddenness of the Kingdom

By Bishop Robert O’Neill

The spiritual journey is nothing if it is not a continual process of discovering the deepest reality of our lives.

Salvation, Jesus says, is not actually a matter of “getting into heaven”—a reward for a life of good behavior. It is instead something “at hand”—a divine and dynamic relationship with all that is divinely created and divinely connected already—here and now.

Think about it.

This kingdom—this way of being in relationship, of seeing and experiencing and responding to all of life—Jesus says is “at hand.” It is not “out there” or “over the far horizon.” It is, according to Jesus, a present, immediate, accessible realm in which absolute love reigns absolutely. This kingdom is limitless. It has no boundaries, and consequently, in this divine kingdom, there is no “in” or “out” just One who is Life—the One Love, as Paul would put it, who is “above all, and in all, and through all.”

Our life’s work—indeed the whole purpose of our spiritual practice and discipline—is both to uncover this gift that is hidden in the heart of life and, at the same time, to refuse steadfastly to lose sight of this reality even in the face of the overwhelming suffering and violence of our world. This is our work and our witness.