Who We Are
The Cathedral of the Episcopal Church in Colorado
Saint John’s Cathedral exists as a house of prayer for the Episcopal Church in Colorado and the people of metropolitan Denver. Through the union of Word, Sacrament, and music, we share the loving presence of God in Christ with all who enter our doors. Our beliefs about God, meaning, and love are best experienced in the ancient liturgies we pray and sing week in and week out. Join our growing and diverse community as we strive to follow Jesus Christ in faithful and creative ways.
In addition to a strong Sunday program of worship and formation, our community gathers on Wednesday evenings for Cathedral Night (September – April) for Holy Eucharist, dinner, and formation groups.
Connect & Grow
Part of belonging to a church means being a part of the community of worshipers, and we have a number of ways to get involved and engage with your faith.
Meet people in the pews, at ministry meetings, or in our formation programming. Deepen your faith and engage in conversation at Catechumenate, Education for Ministry, or Mile High Theology.
Children & Youth
Creating a safe environment for children and youth to wonder about the world and their faith is one of our top priorities, and there are various opportunities for children to learn about God and discover what their faith means.
Bring your kid to church early for our take on Sunday School.
As a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion,
Saint John’s Cathedral exists as a house of prayer
for the Episcopal Church in Colorado and
the people of metropolitan Denver.
Since the founding of the Episcopal community in Colorado, the cathedral’s central location in the city and its early founding allow the cathedral to have a large influence in the wider community. Just steps away from the capitol building, the cathedral has a legacy of beauty, mystery, and goodness that impacts the daily lives in Capitol Hill, Denver, Colorado, and beyond.Read our History
Transferring From Another Episcopal Church
If you are coming to Saint John’s from another Episcopal church, email Emily Smith, Sacristan, to request a letter of transfer from your former parish.Email Emily
Transferring From Another Denomination
If you are transferring from a denomination other than the Episcopal Church, or if you have not been a member of any church, we encourage you to enroll in our Catechumenate program.More about Catechumenate