Colorado Episcopal Service Corps

The Colorado Episcopal Service Corps is a yearlong program for young adults to participate in a life of service and reflection in an environment of intentional community. The Colorado Episcopal Service Corps is now serving in two cities. St. Columba House—Denver was established in the fall of 2013 and Centennial House—Steamboat Springs was filled with its first corps members in the fall of 2014.

Contact: Colorado Episcopal Service Corps

Youth Service Corps

Counselors in Training (CITs)

Serve God by serving others. Be a part of transforming lives of campers at Explore and Cosmos Camps. CITs train with camp staff and work with the campers. If you love kids, summer camp, and extending the hospitality of Christ, this is the program for you.

Age: 15 and up


Colorado Jubilee Ministries

Jubilee Ministry is a nationwide network of more than 600 social outreach organizations and ministries affiliated in some way with the Episcopal Church. In Colorado, we have 24 Jubilee Ministry centers, including food banks, day shelters, feeding programs, prison ministries, healthcare ministries, ministries serving immigrants, Native Americans, and children and other vulnerable populations. The Diocesan Jubilee Office works to promote the work of these ministries through education, communication, networking, and advocacy.

Contact: Rebecca Jones, Diocesan Jubilee Officer


Episcopal Relief and Development

Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) works with church partners and other local organizations to save lives and transform communities worldwide. ERD rebuilds after disasters and empowers people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger, and disease. Working in nearly 40 countries, ERD’s programs impact the lives of approximately three million people around the world.

Contact: Episcopal Relief and Development