The Episcopal Church in Wyoming has four Wisdom Centers, places focused on distinct areas of spirituality – Thomas the Apostle Retreat Center, St. Matthew’s Cathedral, the Wind River Reservation and Canterbury Fellowship.
Dedicated to fostering a contemplative environment for spiritual renewal and creative thinking, the Thomas the Apostle Center is our retreat center located in Cody, WY. It is known for its xeric gardens, nature paths and Medieval Chartres eleven-circuit labyrinth constructed of 1,800 native stones.
The Wind River Reservation
The Episcopal Church in Wyoming's presence on the Wind River Reservation seeks to serve the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes to share their Native American spirituality, culture and heritage with the world. A special focus is on harmonizing expressions of Native American spirituality with the Christian faith, through Our Father’s House at St. Michael’s Mission in Ethete and St. David’s Episcopal Church in Ft. Washakie.
Our cathedral, St. Matthew’s, located in Laramie, is a center of spiritual exploration, a place where faith and culture intersect. The cathedral's mission statement is: "In Christ we grow in faith, respond through action, and embrace all people." For more information, see: