Holy Week and Easter Services 2019

                                                                               Maundy Thursday

                                                           April 18th, 6:30 pm  St. John’s-Granby

                                                                                  Good Friday

                                           April 19th, 12 pm Noon, Stations of the Cross, St. John’s-Granby

                                6:30 pm, Community Ecumenical Service, Church of the Eternal Hills


                                                                         Early Easter Celebration

                                                  April 20th, 5 pm, Cranmer Chapel-Winter Park

                                                                             Easter Celebrations

                                                            April 21st, 9:30 am, St. John’s-Granby

                                               April 21st, 5 pm, Trinity Episcopal Church-Kremmling

                                  All are Welcome

Our Community Welcomes Fr. Matthew Frey

On Sunday, April 7th, members of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Trinity Episcopal in Kremmling and Cranmer Chapel in Winter Park welcomed new pastor Fr. Matthew Frey in liturgy and a welcome reception in the evening at the church in Granby. In addition to church members, community members, clergy from across the county and former clergy of St. Johns attended the reception. Fr. Frey comes to our community from Texas where he was the Interim Rector at the Church of the Redeemer in Eagle Pass. Please join the congregations in welcoming Fr. Frey to the community and Grand County.


We would like to welcome you to The Episcopal Church in Grand County, three religious communities dedicated to God and rooted in the compassionate and hospitable traditions of The Episcopal Church. We honor the vast possibilities of human self-expression and the infinite variety of God’s creation. We celebrate diversity in gender, age, culture, ethnicity, sexuality, profession, language and other facets of human identity, and value the gifts that each individual brings to the whole. Mindful of God’s limitless grace and our salvation in Christ Jesus, we believe there are no outcasts from God’s table. We strive to embrace those who have been rejected elsewhere, as well as those who have not yet found a spiritual home, and to make our community an inclusive reflection of the diversity of God’s creation. We affirm our commitment to participating in God’s plan for the reconciliation of all humanity through Christ Jesus.

All Are welcome!

 Message from the Sr. Warden:

"Life is an invitational, an invitation for us to mirror the love of God"

We invite YOU to join us at St. John's and experience it for yourself. We welcome all into our church!

Our church family is warm and hospitable. We are an extended family that is caring and accepting in the true spirit of Christian love.

Please join us in the celebration of our loving God.

All are welcome!