Who We Are
St. Christopher’s mission statement is “To know Christ and to show Christ.”
Our first worship service was held in August 1946. A warm and welcoming congregation, parishioners have developed numerous outreach ministries over the years. An active “Daughters of the King” group provides prayer interventions, St. Elizabeth's Guild, Bible Study, Men’s Club meets every Wednesday during breakfast for fellowship at a local restaurant. In addition to these services, the church recognizes the need to bring awareness to Veteran suicides by displaying crosses on our fence for one month in the fall to bring community awareness of this urgent national problem.
We would love to offer a warm welcome to you!
The Episcopal Church in Wyoming
The Episcopal Church in Wyoming seeks to be God’s loving community throughout Wyoming and the world.
We are a diverse community consisting of 50 churches and faith communities, as well as four Wisdom Centers, that together are seeking to know, love and serve our Creator. We are committed to being an all-embracing spiritual home for everyone, where people come to love and be loved, to grow in faith and spirit, and to explore together the spiritual dimension of life through the person and teachings of Jesus. Our desire is to encounter together the living God, enabling us to live as God’s people in God’s world. We are deeply rooted in the Christian traditions of prayer, contemplation, spiritual exploration, aesthetic experience and loving engagement in both Wyoming and the world.
The Episcopal Church in Wyoming is one of over 100 national and international dioceses in The Episcopal Church, which is one of 38 Episcopal/Anglican Churches around the world that comprise the worldwide Anglican Communion, with more than 85 million members under the leadership of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Church welcomes all who worship Jesus Christ and comprises 108 dioceses and three mission areas in 22 countries or territories.
We are denominational descendants of—and partners with—the Church of England and the Scottish Episcopal Church.
The mission of the church, as stated in the Book of Common Prayer’s catechism, is “to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.”
In step with that mission, The Episcopal Church follows Jesus into loving, liberating, and life-giving relationships with God, with each other, and with the earth.
We are the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.