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Vail all started with a little faith.
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An unforgettable venue for any event.
 
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Together, faith will carry us through.


For over 50 years, the Vail Interfaith Chapel has been the spiritual heart of the Vail Valley. A home for hope. A space for serenity. A place of peace. For all of life’s moments.

Together, faith will carry us through.


For over 50 years, the Vail Interfaith Chapel has been the spiritual heart of the Vail Valley. A home for hope. A space for serenity. A place of peace. For all of life’s moments.

Vail Interfaith Chapel

Located in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the Vail Interfaith Chapel is situated in the center of Vail between Vail Village and Lionshead, only steps from other iconic buildings and a key element in the building of the town of Vail. The Vail Interfaith Chapel opened in 1969 and celebrates over 50 years as the spiritual heart of the Vail community. With six congregation sharing one worship space, unity is inherent in our life here. The Chapel, Ministry building and surrounding grounds are used by over 50,000 people annually, offering arts and education opportunities, support group meetings, and is used as an emergency shelter by the Vail Police Department.

Vail Interfaith Chapel

Located in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the Vail Interfaith Chapel is situated in the center of Vail between Vail Village and Lionshead, only steps from other iconic buildings and a key element in the building of the town of Vail. The Vail Interfaith Chapel opened in 1969 and celebrates over 50 years as the spiritual heart of the Vail community. With six congregation sharing one worship space, unity is inherent in our life here. The Chapel, Ministry building and surrounding grounds are used by over 50,000 people annually, offering arts and education opportunities, support group meetings, and is used as an emergency shelter by the Vail Police Department.

The Vail Religious Foundation is an interfaith community comprised of six religious congregations as well as community residents that own, manage, and share the Vail Chapel, adjacent Ministry Center and surrounding …

Thousands of couples have stood before the natural beauty of the altar window to share their marital vows. Wedding pictures taken just outside the Chapel on the banks of the crystal clear Gore Creek capture the alpine beauty…

In 1963, the Vail Religious Foundation was formed by a group of full- and part-time area residents to explore the possibility of establishing a permanent structure to meet the worship needs of the growing community…

The Vail Religious Foundation is an interfaith community comprised of six religious congregations as well as community residents that own, manage, and share the Vail Chapel, adjacent Ministry Center and surrounding …

Thousands of couples have stood before the natural beauty of the altar window to share their marital vows. Wedding pictures taken just outside the Chapel on the banks of the crystal clear Gore Creek capture the alpine beauty…

In 1963, the Vail Religious Foundation was formed by a group of full- and part-time area residents to explore the possibility of establishing a permanent structure to meet the worship needs of the growing community…

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Vail Religious Foundation

The Vail Religious Foundation is an unique interfaith community comprised of six religious congregations as well as community residents that own, manage, and share the Vail Chapel, adjacent Ministry Center and surrounding grounds. Member congregations include:

  • Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
  • Covenant Presbyterian Church
  • B’nai Vail Congregation
  • Trinity Church with Mountain Community Church (Baptist)
  • Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Parish

Vail Religious Foundation

The Vail Religious Foundation is an unique interfaith community comprised of six religious congregations as well as community residents that own, manage, and share the Vail Chapel, adjacent Ministry Center and surrounding grounds. Member congregations include:

  • Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
  • Covenant Presbyterian Church
  • B’nai Vail Congregation
  • Trinity Church with Mountain Community Church (Baptist)
  • Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Parish