St. Albans Chapel in the Snowy Range.

It's a great place to connect to nature. Along with having a beautiful view of your surroundings. And it's a nice outside chapel for services.

The only fee is a non-refundable fee if you are going to use the chapel for an event.

Pilgrimage Focus

Suggested Spiritual Practices

History of the Site

St. Albans chapel was built in 1940 with permission granted by the US Forest Service. It was consecrated in 1941 in dedication to St. Albans chapel in England. It was erected as a memorial to Lutie Stone by her son Dr. Ferdinand Fairfax Stone.

Spiritual Significance

It has some spiritual significance in that time in the mountains especially in outdoor chapels allow you to connect with God with limited distractions.

Nearby Church

St. Marks and St. Christophers Cheyenne, St. Matthews Cathedral Laramie, St. Barnabas Saratoga, St. James Encampment, St. Pauls Dixon, and St. Thomas Rawlins.

Logistics

Lodging

You can stay at one of the many hotels Laramie, Centennial has one hotel The Old Corral (limited rooms), The Brooklyn Lake lodge is near the chapel, Ryan Park has the Rendevous lodge and Ten Mile cabins, Saratoga has 3 hotels and a natural hot spring in town, Rawlins also has many hotels.

Restaurants

Directions

From I-80 in Laramie head West towards Centennial on Highway 130 at the Snowy Range Exit (about 30 miles). Stay on 130 about 7 miles past Centennial. Turn Right at the Mountain Meadow's Cabin sign onto Forest Service Road 317 and go 1 mile further to the chapel which will be on your right. It's across from the Little Brooklyn lake.

Contact Info

St. Matthews Cathedral Hunter Hall Offices Room #102 104 4th St. Laramie, WY 82070 Phone (307)742-6608 Email: stmattslaramie@yahoo.com