We welcome you just the way God made you.

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.

Ice Cream Social

September 1, 2019

What a great way to celebrate summer’s close, good fellowship, and a treat that we all love-even if it is at 10:30 am!!! Corn Hole was a hit, and will probably make an appearance at future events.

Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University is a 9 week video course, designed to teach the basics of budgeting, saving money, developing strategies for paying off debt, and enabling a more generous and fulfilling giving plan. The course will be facilitated by Andrew Williams, and presented at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Granby at 6:30 pm beginning on September 9th. Pre-registration is available through the link below, or you may come to the first meeting and then determine if you wish to enroll at that time. The course fee will cover all workbooks and reference material, as well as additional tools for planning and budgeting. For pre-registered students, all class material will be available at the first session, and for those who register at the first session, materials will be available at the second session. So follow the link below and explore this opportunity presented right here in Granby.

Worship at the River

August 18, 2019 at 10am

Worship the LORD in the splendor of holiness; tremble before him, all the earth! Psalm 96:9 

Our worship at the River brought a wonderful sun shiny day, and a grateful and joyous gathering of brothers and sisters. Members and friends from all 3 Episcopal congregations in Grand County, St. Johns, Cranmer and Kremmling, came together for worship in gratitude and in song to celebrate the glory of Gods earth. We heard of the support and encouragement that flows from God, and of his delight in His most treasured creation-US! As Episcopalians are known to do frequently, we ate a meal together, and spent time visiting with those who may not get to see on a regular basis.

Celebration of America

July 3rd

St Johns in Granby was the site of this years annual Celebration of America. The event was an incredible gathering of several church communities in Grand County, and celebrated the heritage of an America led by faith, spirituality, dedication, heroism and duty. Veterans were honored, praise was given to God above, snacks shared, and games were enjoyed by all. We are all truely blessed by God for the freedoms we enjoy.

St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church is affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. For more information about the Diocese, click on the button to be directed to their website.