- About Us
Grace and St. Stephen’s offers broadly diverse ways to explore and examine what it means to live in faith. Bringing together a wide variety of intellectual, academic and theological backgrounds, we discuss, debate and discern our perceptions and beliefs—stretching and growing closer to God and one another as we share. We invite you to join in the discussion.
Iconography Workshop Returns in August
We're pleased to welcome back Brenda Fox, icongrapher, for a four-day workshop beginning Thurs., Aug 17. Join Brenda and Fr Brendan for this immersion into the history, art and spiritual gift of icons. You'll learn about ancient Celtic Christianity and create your very on icon of St. Brigid of Ireland. Details, including registration information can be found here.
Ongoing adult formation programs include
Grace-Full Wednesdays and The Rector's Forum: Mid-week Bible Study with a simple supper feed body, mind and soul while Sunday morning sessions that examine a broad range of topics and designed to spark lively conversations around a spiritual life in a secular world
Education for Ministry: The Education for Ministry (EfM) program helps the faithful encounter the breadth and depth of the Christian tradition and bring it into conversation with their experiences of the world as they study, worship and engage in theological reflection together.
The Faith-Seeking Journey: A 9-month long seminar for lifelong Episcopalians, those new to the faith, and anyone in between looking to explore the Church and nurture a deeper relationship with God.
The Robert D. McJimsey Seminar: This annual event celebrates the legacy of Bob McJimsey, a longtime member of Grace and St. Stephen's and professor of history at Colorado College. Each year, speakers from a broad range of disciplines travel to Colorado Springs and contribute their expertise and philosophy to conversation that brings together our spiritual and intellectual lives.