Visiting

  • Saint John's Cathedral is an Episcopal community in Denver

    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 us as we strive to follow Jesus Christ in faithful and creative ways.

    If you’re new and worshipping with us online, please fill out a welcome card and a member of the clergy will connect with you.

Directions & Parking

Saint John’s Cathedral is located at 1350 N. Washington Street in Denver.

Our location in the Capitol Hill neighborhood means it’s often hard to find street parking, but we have a number of parking lots available to visitors and members on Sunday mornings and for special events. Please use the map to the left to navigate to the cathedral and available parking lots.

Argonaut: 760 E Colfax Avenue
Please park only on the south side, where there are signs for Saint John’s Cathedral parking spots.

Morey Middle School: 840 E 14th Avenue
Please enter from Emerson Street. Parking is available after school hours for special events when the cathedral is open and has unlocked the lot gates, including Cathedral Night.

Credit Union of Colorado: 1390 Logan Street & 1400 Logan Street
Parking is available when the credit union is closed. Their normal hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

We welcome all into our community.

And we hope you’ll find a home here.

Saint John’s Cathedral is a community in which we encourage people to grow and learn in their faith, challenge people to engage in ministry, and ask people to give generously with their time, money, and expertise. At the cathedral, we believe you’ll find people with varying interests, skills, backgrounds, that will enrich your life as you continue on your faith journey.

  • What to Expect on Sunday Morning

    Saint John’s Cathedral is located at 1350 N. Washington Street at the corner of 14th Avenue and Washington Street in Denver’s historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. The main doors of the Cathedral face onto 14th Avenue. For a map of available parking lots, click here.

    Below are a list of questions that may help with your first visit. If you have additional questions, please contact us at info@sjcathedral.org or speak with an usher on your way into the cathedral on Sundays.

  • What is the Sunday schedule?

    We have a traditional Eucharist at 8:00 am and a choral Eucharist at 10:30 am, with a coffee hour following each service. Both services have a leaflet that contains all the words of the liturgy and hymn numbers other music in the red hymnal in the pew racks. If you aren’t sure what to do, please don’t hesitate to ask others in the pews around you for help or follow others’ lead.

    In between morning services, we offer formation for all ages from 9:15 – 10:15 am. Children 5 and under are welcome in the Nursery. Information on formation for children and youth is here, and the Dean’s Forum schedule is here. These formation opportunities are available during the program year, September through May.

    We also have an evening service at 6:00 pm called the Wilderness, which is an ancient-future liturgy with communion. Join us after for a short reception with refreshments and conversation.

    More information on services
  • Where should my children go?

    Children are welcome at all our services, and we also offer Children’s Chapel for the first part of the service at 10:30 am in the Saint Francis Chapel. Ushers and Greeters will direct you to our children’s area. The Nursery is open for children up to age 5 from 7:30 am to 12:15 pm for Sunday morning services.

    More Information for Children
  • How can I find out more about Saint John's Cathedral?

    We would love to connect with you if you have further questions or want to engage in the community. If you’re new, consider coming to a Welcome Gathering each first Sunday of the month after the 10:30 service. Our Cathedral Administrator, Georgie Brooks-Myrtle can give you more information on the gatherings or how to get more involved at Saint John’s.

    If you want to join a small group or ministry, we’d love to help you connect to a group that fits your needs. There are so many opportunities to get to know the community better.

    Email Georgie