St. John's Cathedral

  • Address: 1350 N Washington St, Denver, CO 80203, United States
  • Phone: +1-3038317115
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Family And Kids, Cathedral

St. John's Cathedral - Review

Completed in 1911, this church is the seat of the bishop and the cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. Though the construction was plagued with mismanagement, several redesigns and the building sinking into the ground at one point, this eventually became an important church. It is a beautiful and stolid looking building, with some nice stained glass work and two square towers. The service is reportedly very good (quiet and contemplative) as is the music on the 4 manual Kimball organ.

St. John's Cathedral Information

  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • Parking available.
  • Be decently dressed.
  • Maintain tranquility within the church.
  • Ask the church authorities about the mass timings.

St. John's Cathedral Hours

  • Sunday morning worship timings: 7:45am, 9am, 11:15am
  • Children’s chapel: 9am
  • Formation for All Ages: 10:15am
  • Sunday evening service: 6pm onwards 

How To reach St. John's Cathedral by Public Transport

  • Bus 12 stop Corona St & 14th Ave
  • Bus 15 stop Colfax Ave & Clarkson St
  • Bus 10 stop 12th Ave & Washington St
  • Drive to here or take a taxi.

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  • St. John's Cathedral Address: 1350 N Washington St, Denver, CO 80203, United States
  • St. John's Cathedral Contact Number: +1-3038317115
  • St. John's Cathedral Price: Free
  • Time required to visit St. John's Cathedral: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting St. John's Cathedral

  • 1.2% of people who visit Denver include St. John's Cathedral in their plan

  • 46.15% of people start their St. John's Cathedral visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see St. John's Cathedral

Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday

90% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting St. John's Cathedral

People normally club together Colorado Convention Center and Cheesman Park while planning their visit to St. John's Cathedral.

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St. John's Cathedral, Denver Reviews

  • Inclusive and welcoming of all, this cathedral and diocese home is unparalleled when it comes to other religious establishments. As a homosexual and an Episcopalian, I have learned so much from this ever changing house of worship.

  • If your looking for someone different, try The Wilderness service! The music is amazing!!

  • Best Christmas Eve Music ever, and I'm a singer, so, ....i flew to L.A.after the midnight mass, then to OSLO, Norway, where I still had one of the beautiful, Soul-captivating songs the choir had sung , circulating throughout my mind, body, and spirit, even in Norway!! Thank-You choir of St.John's Cathedral. Great, powerful song choice. You raised my spirits after the heinous Ame.election results, and You raised my vibration. Tussen Takk. Merci. Sokoran. DANKE viel mal. Arigato domo. Jingkuieay (!sp?) Grazie.

  • What a building. This use to be where the Social Register had their funerals. My son now 40 had his K-3 school here before Denver Public Schools had options.

  • I'm Catholic what am I going to say it's a bad Church? I don't think so but since I'm on this page and since I'm giving it 5 stars I will go as far as expressing my concern about the covering of statues specifically our lady and the crucifix and the Saints in the removal of holy water I wonder at what point does our faith require total lack of light or visual reference for us to satisfy our insecurities as Christians or Catholics for us to believe and confirm our faith by proving that we don't need a visual reference or a remembrance of the sacrifice Jesus has made for us and then in turn to reflect that in our communion with Christ I'm sorry I might be a little confused and even showing my age but in my opinion this is not moving forward or reflecting growth in my face or in my belonging to God's family

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