FAQ

You’ve got questions…we’ve got answers.

How do you observe the Sacraments

We observe the big ones: baptism and communion (also known as Eucharist, which means thanksgiving in Greek).

We can also help you participate in other sacraments observed by Christians around the world, such as marriage, ordination (if you feel so called!), confirmation, reconciliation, and anointing of the sick.

What does it mean to be non-denominational?

Non-denominational simply means we are not affiliated with a particular Christian denomination. Our senior pastor, Robert de Wetter, is an Episcopal priest, canonically resident in the Colorado Episcopal Diocese, but Snowmass Chapel is unaffiliated.

Why Snowmass Chapel?

Why not? If you’re looking for a place that is welcoming, loving and accepting, with practical, down-to-earth preaching, inspiring music, and is filled with hearts of compassion for a broken world, then you’ve found your place! We are rooted in Christian worship and practice, and utterly committed to being Christ in the world. We aren’t perfect, but we follow the one who is.

How else can I be involved?

Click here for Adult ministries. Here for Kids & Families. Here for Outreach and Compassion ministries. Here for Men’s Group. Here for Special Events. Here for Camp SMashBox and other non-religious programs we offer. These ought to get you started….

When do you meet?

Worship services are at 9 AM every Sunday.  We also meet On Mountain at Gwyn’s High Alpine at Noon for outdoor worship during the ski season.  For a complete listing of our scheduled events and special services, check out our calendar.

What is "On Mountain Worship?"

check it out here. Better yet, check us out up on the slopes!

What is Camp SMashBox?

THE. BEST. DAYCAMP. EVER. Our motto is to love the crud out of kids. Check it out here and here.

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