The Eagle Valley Religious Foundation (EVRF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and was created, in the 40 year tradition of interfaith observances, to establish a third and very important interfaith campus in the Eagle Valley, it will honor our shared interfaith heritage by seeking to translate and extend interfaith cooperation throughout the eagle Valley. It is dedicated to:
- Worship which is at the heart of each of our faith’s traditions. This facility will enable many more people to participate in our unique worship traditions.
- Faith formation and development is a need for every age group in the valley. This facility will expand opportunities for people to learn and deepen their faith.
- Community support and outreach of which this facility will provide many new opportunities for people of all ages and background to gather together in order to meet their special needs
B’nai Vail Jewish Congregation
Clergy: Rabbi Joel Newman
Rabbi & Executive Director, B’nai Vail Congregation
Contact: Jeanne Whitney – B’nai Vail, firstname.lastname@example.org, (970) 477-2992
B’nai Vail Congregation is a growing Jewish community in the beautiful Vail Valley, serving all of Eagle County. Within a supportive environment, B’nai Vail seeks to provide opportunities for Jewish learning, spiritual development, meaningful Shabbat, holiday services, mutual support and social activities.
The congregation presently includes approximately 200 families and single households ranging from retired through young families and young adults. B’nai Vail offers services at all three interfaith chapels throughout the year. Please check their website for times and locations.
Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
Clergy: Rev. Stuart Brooks Keith, III
Rector, Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
Contact: Margie Ciaccio – ECOT, email@example.com, (970) 476-0618
The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration holds two Sunday services – 8am at the Vail Interfaith Chapel and 10am at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel and Community Center. We also offer nursery care, children’s sermon, and Sunday school at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel. Our Easter and Christmas services are held at three locations: The Vail Interfaith Chapel, the Beaver Creek Chapel, and the Edwards Interfaith Chapel. Our annual Mountain Top service is held the first Sunday in August up at Eagle’s Nest wedding deck. Other services that we offer besides our weekly Sunday worship are: baptisms, weddings, memorial services, and prayer request. Our Prayer Shawl Ministry group creates beautiful hand-made shawls that are blessed and distributed amongst people in the congregations as well as the community who are in need or comfort. Please feel free to visit our website at www.episcopalvail.com or contact Margie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 476-0618.
Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Clergy: Rev. Dr. Scott K. Beebe
Pastor, Mt. of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Contact: Mt. of the Holy Cross Lutheran, email@example.com, (970) 476-6610
Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church (ELCA). The vision for mission expresses the fact that we are a welcome place where the generosity and hospitality of Jesus Christ is our way of life. We emphasize the great biblical promise that God loves us unconditionally and has taken steps through Jesus to bring us into a living, vibrant relationship with God.
We celebrate Holy Communion (or the Lord’s Supper) weekly as part of our worship. All are welcome at this altar. We believe communion should be open to all—just as Christ’s arms are open for us.
Mt. of the Holy Cross is a growing and active church family started in 1967. As a people of faith, we are building on the strengths of the past and are extremely excited about where our future will take us, including our participation in the creation of the Edwards Interfaith. We strongly believe God’s love and service go hand in hand. Whatever it might be, we invite you to become involved in our dynamic journey to do god work! How can we serve you? For more information please visit our website at www.mountholy.com.
Mt. of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church offers a weekly bible study each Tuesday evening at 5:30pm in the upstairs library. Worship is every Sunday evening at 5:30pm at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel and includes Sunday School during the fall, winter and spring. We also offer Sunday services at 9:30 at the Vail Interfaith Chapel and at the Beaver Creek Chapel at 11:30.
Covenant Presbyterian Church
Clergy: Pastor Timothy Wilbanks
Pastor, Covenant Presbyterian Church
Contact: Diane Coggins – Covenant Presbyterian, firstname.lastname@example.org, (970) 477-0383
Iglesia Apostolicia de la fe en Cristo Jesus
Clergy: Pastor Alan Vidal 970-688-2884
Past or Rafael Vidal of Iglesia Apostolicia de la fe en Cristo Jesus
Contact: Cynthia Mainhart 970-343-2610
Iglesia Apostolica de la Fe en Cristo Jesus has been in the U.S for many years and originated in Mexico. There are six districts in the U.S including, Phoenix, Atlanta, Elgin, El Paso, Los Angeles and Washington.
This Spanish speaking organization believes that there is only one God that has been manifested to the world in different ways. As a congregation, the mission is to talk about Jesus Christ and to let people know that there is no problem or sickness that God cannot resolve. Services are held every week on Tuesdays and Sundays.
Iglesia Apostlicia is available on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Iglesia-Apostolica/141204962643345.