A Welcome from the Dean, Peter Eaton
Wherever you are in your journey of faith, there is a place for you at Saint John's Cathedral.
If you would like to spend some quiet time with God, we welcome you. If you want to dive right into the life of a busy church, we can help you find ways to connect with other people and deepen your faith.
If you have been away from the Church and want to give it another try because of an important event in your life, such as an upcoming wedding, or a baby on the way, or some other reason, we can help.
We believe God is calling each of us into relationship with God and with each other.
We are a community of communities, a large congregation with a place for everyone. We include children and youth in all aspects of our Cathedral life. We care for one another and reach out to those in need. We are a place for questions and rediscovery, stillness and growth. We are welcoming and inclusive of all.
We invite you to get to know us better by exploring this web site, by signing up for our e-newsletter, and by joining us for worship or one of our many musical, educational, spiritual, or outreach opportunities.
Come and see how we are living our mission "to know Christ and to make Christ known."
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About Saint John's Cathedral
Before Colorado became a state or even a territory, before the City of Denver was incorporated, our congregation was founded during the Colorado gold rush as the Church of Saint John in the Wilderness. Today Saint John's remains a vibrant congregation rooted in our history and continues its tradition of living on the frontier.
We are the Cathedral Church of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado
. As a Cathedral, Saint John's is the seat of the Bishop of Colorado. The Cathedral is also a church for the City of Denver
, a home for Episcopalians throughout the state, a leading congregation of the Episcopal Church
and an active participant in the worldwide Anglican Communion
Progressive Christian Alliance of Colorado
Saint John's Cathedral is a charter member of the Progressive Christian Alliance of Colorado (PCAC), an affiliation of Front Range churches who practice an open and loving message of Christ. The PCAC is an education-oriented group with no political affiliations whatsoever and now encompasses 26 religious organizations across six different Christian faiths. For more information and a calendar of upcoming events, please visit the Progressive Christian Alliance of Colorado website
Connect with Us
Here are some ways for you to connect:
1) Join us for worship on Sundays or weekdays.
Service Schedule >
2) Fill out a Welcome Card in your pew and leave it with a staff member or volunteer.
3) Take a tour of the Cathedral.
Meet in the back of the church following the 11:15 am service for a tour of our historic building.
4) Check our communications.
Sign up for The Voice eNewsletter
or read our monthly printed newsletter, The Open Door
5) Attend a Newcomer Reception.
These Monday evening gatherings in the Library are an opportunity to meet our staff and volunteer leadership and to enjoy a glass of wine and other refreshments. More Newcomer Reception Information >
6) Talk to one of our clergy or other staff.
We would be delighted to talk with you about opportunities for involvement at Saint John's. Clergy and Staff Information >
Mission Statement & Core Values
Saint John's Cathedral is welcoming and inclusive of all. Our mission is to know Christ and make Christ known.
Saint John's Cathedral is a vibrant, growing, diverse spiritual community, a house of prayer and worship for all, where seekers are nurtured and transformed by God's love and led to reach out in service to others.
Welcoming...to open our doors to all and invite others to join in our Eucharistic community as living witnesses to the good news of God in Christ.
Serving...to put our faith into action by ministering to the needs of the sick, the bereaved, the poor, the homeless, and those most in need in our community.
Celebrating...to celebrate our love of God joyously in worship, music, and art in the Anglican tradition.
Nurturing...to be a community where children, youth, and adults know each other by name and are supported through education, fellowship, and pastoral care.
Giving...to be faithful stewards of our Cathedral both now and for generations to come through gifts of our time and treasure.
Respecting...to honor the dignity of all persons and embrace diversity as essential to the body of Christ.
Reconciling...to seek common ground with each other and with those of other faiths and work toward a society of justice where God's love is reflected in the healing and restoring of relationships.