About Us

Saint Michael and All Angels’ Episcopal Church is an Anglo-Catholic parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. We welcome you to join us for mass, and if you are looking for a parish, we hope most sincerely you will consider making Saint Michael’s your parish home.

A Word from the Rector

Welcome to the new St Michael and All Angels’ Church Website! We are a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado, part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Within these pages, we hope you will get a snapshot of our Parish, and all that we do to witness to the saving power of Christ in our lives. From our first service, held by Canon Harry Watts on the Feast of St Michael and All Angels, September 29th, 1925, we have been a church within the Catholic tradition. We celebrate the Holy Eucharist, or the Mass, seven days a week. There are a number of devotional groups such as the Society of Mary, the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament and The Guild of All Souls which meet on a monthly basis. In addition, Stations of the Cross during Lent and seasonal Quiet Days serve to both deepen our commitment to following Jesus and doing the work of a disciple in our everyday lives. If you are looking for a church which has joyous and meaningful liturgies, sound biblical preaching and a welcoming congregation, then St Michael and All Angels’ may be just the spiritual home you’ve been seeking.

On behalf of the Wardens, Vestry and People of St Michael and All Angels’ Church we hope your visit to this site will ignite your curiosity so that we may have the pleasure of meeting you at Sunday worship!

God bless!
The Reverend Father R. Trent Fraser, SSC, Rector