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Welcome to the Sanctuary, Christ’s Episcopal Church in historic Castle Rock, Colorado. Here, we embrace scripture, tradition, reason and experience. We seek to strengthen our connections and learn from our differences.

Our parishioners range in age from newborns to nonagenarians. We’re singled, married, divorced and widowed. We’re straight.  We’re gay. We’re uncertain. We’re connected, supportive, and exploring our faith together.

We have business and community leaders  in our midst as well as people who are starting out, and starting over, in their careers.  We serve, side by side.

We are musicians, poets, writers, and artists. We celebrate creativity as one of the great joys of life.

Some of us are childless. Some are parents. Some are grandparents. We celebrate births and adoptions within our community, joyful in the hope each new life brings. We congratulate each other on accomplishments at all ages. We support those who face adversity and illness. We help the elders in our midst facing the challenges age inevitably brings.

Some have been with the church for generations, yet many of us are new. Some were raised in the Episcopal religion (cradle Episcopalians). Many of us started our spiritual journey in other faiths. Some of us spent time in life with no faith at all. When we say all are welcome, it is because all are kindred spirits here, connected.

Eucharist is central at the Sanctuary, Christ's Episcopal Church in Castle Rock, CO
The Eucharist is central to our worship life at the Sanctuary, Christ's Episcopal Church. All baptized Christians are welcome to join us for communion at love's table.


We celebrate our unity in Christ while honoring
our differences, always putting the work of love
before uniformity of opinion.

(Source: I am an Episcopalian)