Episcopal Church Offerings

The Episcopal Church in Colorado offers events that help individuals grow as leaders, deepen their faith and commitment to a life in Christ, and find respite from the busyness of daily life. Come experience a time of strengthening and renewal amid the exceptional beauty and hospitality of Cathedral Ridge. For more information, please contact the Faith Formation team at Faith@EpiscopalColorado.org.

Retreats, Workshops, & Conferences

April

Realities Intensive: LGBTQIA Welcoming and Inclusion
Please note that this event has been postponed until the fall of 2020.
This is a weekend for educating, empowering, and equipping LGBTQIA leaders and advocates to provide radical welcome and fully include LGBTQIA people in the life of our congregations. The weekend is hosted by the Office of the Bishop and led by The Rev. Canon Susan Russell, Canon for Engagement Across Difference in the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. This is a great weekend for clergy and lay leaders from congregations to attend together. Our time together begins at 4 pm on Friday and concludes at 4 pm on Saturday.
Cost: $150 per person + $75 for optional Saturday overnight. 

About The Rev. Canon Susan Russell: A life-long Episcopalian and native of Los Angeles, Susan Russell is the Canon for Engagement Across Difference in the Episcopal Diocese of L.A. and is part of the clergy staff at All Saints, Pasadena. A long time activist in LGBTQ and women’s issues, Susan was a founding member of the HRC (Human Rights Campaign) Religion Council, served on the National Clergy Advisory Board for Planned Parenthood and as a member of the Task Force for the Study of Marriage for the Episcopal Church. She currently (2018-2021) co-chairs the national Task Force for Communion Across Difference for the Episcopal Church. She and her wife Lori share four grown children between them and are the proud grandmas of first grandchild Hayes Anthony. They also share a love of animals (three dogs and three cats), theater, music and baseball.

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May

Realities Intensive: Becoming Beloved Community
Please note that this event has been postponed until the fall of 2020.
This is a weekend for educating, empowering, and equipping race justice and healing leaders and advocates to guide congregations in becoming beloved community. The weekend is led by Catherine Meeks, PhD, Chair of the Beloved Community: Commission for Dismantling Racism for the Diocese of Atlanta; and hosted by the Office of the Bishop. This is a great weekend for clergy and lay leaders from congregations to attend together. The intensive will be led by Catherine Meeks, PhD, Chair of the Beloved Community: Commission for Dismantling Racism for the Diocese of Atlanta; and hosted by the Office of the Bishop. Our time together begins at 4 pm on Friday and concludes at 4 pm on Saturday.
Cost: $150 per person + $75 for optional Saturday overnight. 

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