Fifth Sunday After Epiphany
by The Rev. Mary Kate Réjouis, Rector
The Rev. Mary Kate Réjouis, Rector The Fifth Sunday After Epiphany 67th Annual Meeting Sunday, February 8, 2015 Annual Address: The Rev. ...Download
Hello, and welcome to Canterbury Colorado, the Episcopal Diocesan Ministry to CU-Boulder. No matter where you are on your faith journey, no matter what you believe (or don’t believe), and ESPECIALLY no matter how many questions you have, know that you are sincerely welcome and encouraged to join us. We are located at 2425 Colorado Ave, directly across from the CU Engineering Center. We truly would love to meet you!
Canterbury hosts a variety of activities every month, which include bible study, student fellowship, workshops and presentations on matters of faith. Bible Study is held weekly on campus throughout the semester.
We will also sponsor two lectures each semester in our Christos lecture series. This is a time when professors and members of the academic community discuss the intersection of their faith and academic lives.
Church worship is on Sunday mornings at 8am (for early risers!) and 10:30am. There are plenty of opportunities for students to participate in the life of the parish and to serve in worship and in other ways. We also have opportunities for Outreach, especially on Monday nights and Tuesday mornings from October-May with our ministry with BOHO (Boulder Outreach for Homeless Overflow).
Join us Tuesday evenings for Bread and Belonging at 6pm during the academic year at St. Aidan’s (2425 Colorado Ave). This will offer a chance for CU student fellowship and a homecoooked meal.
During the week, students are encouraged to come at 7 AM on Wednesday mornings for a service of Holy Eucharist, which is followed by free toast and coffee and great conversation before you go up to class or campus.
Canterbury Colorado is a ministry of St. Aidan’s and the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. St. Aidan’s connection with the University of Colorado at Boulder dates back to its founding by Father Balfour Patterson, and though our parish has changed significantly since our humble beginnings, our commitment to campus ministry is unwavering.