Capital Campaign

Campaign for Cathedral Ridge CenterIn the Kingdom of God, every moment is completely new and charged with divine possibilities. This is our opportunity—not to build a “church camp” based on some idealized past, but to look forward with a new and renewed vision. We have an opportunity to get outside of ourselves and to reach out to people of all backgrounds, whoever they are, wherever they may be, and whatever circumstance they may be facing—to offer a substantive and robust faith (indeed our inheritance) that is up to the very real challenges of our world; to equip people with that inner life in the Spirit and with leadership skills that they can faithfully draw on and put to work in their communities; and then to stand along side them, learning with them and allowing them to challenge and inspire us, going even more deeply into our relationship with Jesus, so that together we can be ever more fully, the reconcilers, healers, and instruments of God’s peace in this world that we are all called by God to be.

It is a vision worth embracing. It is, in our time, the most needed and important work of evangelism that we can undertake.

It is time for all of us in The Episcopal Church in Colorado to go “all in” with the heart of the next generation. I ask you to join with me in this new ministry initiative by learning about Cathedral Ridge, asking questions, praying about it, getting involved, and contributing financially according to your means. The goal is one hundred percent participation, because in the kingdom of God, every contribution is not only needed but priceless beyond measure.

And remember this—although this campaign requires real resources to help us renovate buildings and expand facilities, the actual goal is nothing less than the divine transformation of hearts and lives, ours and others, for the sake of that kingdom where absolute love reigns absolutely, here and now.

Just think of the possibilities. . .
Right Reverend Robert O'Neill
The Right Reverend Robert O’Neill
Bishop of Colorado


What happens when a diocese dreams big


Thank you for your support

Individuals

  • Carl & Lynne Andrews
    Steve Baird
    Brian Bennett
    Lou & Ted Blanchard
    Sally Brown
    Lyn Burns
    Allan & Sharon Conrad
    Heidi Edson
    Jadon Harstuff
    Janice Head
    Larry Hitt
  • Carolyn & Edward Hollowed
    Brooks Keith
    Charles LaFond
    C. Nicholas Lee
    Ken Malcolm
    Abigail Marsh
    Robert Morse
    Robert & Ginger O’Neill
    Lorraine & Bob Reeder
    Steven Rickard
    Bill Sweet
  • Jay Swope
    Chuck Thompson
    Scott Turner
    Leigh Waggoner
    John & Ruth Wengrovius
    Ruth Woodliff-Stanley
    Betty J. Wolfe
    Jim & Beverly Wolfe
    Barbara Yalich

Congregations

  • All Saints, Battlement Mesa
    All Saints, Loveland
    Ascension, Denver
    Calvary, Golden
    Chapel of Our Saviour, Colorado Springs
    Christ Church, Aspen
    Christ Church, Canon City
    Christ the King, Arvada
    Church of the Ascension and Holy Trinity, Pueblo
    Epiphany, Denver
    Good Shepherd, Centennial
    Grace, Georgetown
    Grace and St. Stephen, Colorado Springs
    Holy Comforter, Broomfield
    Holy Cross and St. Andrew, La Junta
    Intercession, Thornton
    Peace in Christ ELM, Elizabeth
    Prince of Peace, Sterling
    St. Aidan, Boulder
    St. Alban, Windsor
    St. Andrew, Dnever
    St. Andrew, Manitou Springs
    St. Augustine, Creede
    St. Patrick, Pagosa Springs
    St. Barnabas, Cortez
  • St. Bartholomew, Estes Park
    St. Benedict, La Veta
    St. Brigit, Frederick
    St. David of the Hills, Woodland Park
    St. Francis, South Fork
    St. Gabriel, Cherry Hills
    St. George, Leadville
    St. James, Meeker
    St. James, Wheat Ridge
    St. John, New Castle
    St. John Chrysostom, Golden
    St. John the Baptist, Breckenride
    St. John the Baptist, Granby
    St. Joseph, Lakewood
    St. Laurence, Conifer
    St. Luke, Delta
    St. Luke, Westcliffe
    St. Mark, Craig
    St. Martha, Westminster
    St. Mary Magdalene, Boulder
    St. Michael the Archangel, Colorado Springs
    St. Patrick, Pagosa Springs
    St. Paul, Lakewood
    St. Paul, Lamar
    St. Paul, Steamboat Springs
    St. Peter, Basalt
    St. Peter the Apostle, Pueblo
  • St. Philip and St. James, Denver
    St. Raphael, Security
    St. Stephen, Longmont
    St. Stephen, Monte Vista
    St. Thomas, Denver
    Transfiguration, Evergreen
    Transfiguration, Vail
    *Current Pledge Cards received by the Office of the Bishop.

Foundations

  • Richard G & Carol F Rinehart Charitable Fund
  • Daniels Fund
  • Anschutz Foundation

Businesses