Thomas the Apostle Center
This beautiful spot, located in a 350 acre tract of mountains wrapping around Cody, is the Episcopal Church in Wyoming’s retreat center dedicated to “fostering spiritual renewal and creative thinking in a quiet and reflective environment.” The retreat offers opportunities for spiritual and artistic growth and healing, including workshops and devotional practices and is the home of the Wyoming Service Corps.
You may visit the grounds for free, but workshop attendance, room and board may cost extra.
Suggested Spiritual Practices
History of the Site
TAC was founded by the Rev Daphne Grimes, an Episcopal priest, in 1989. It had been Daphne’s dream to cultivate a center of excellence to support and encourage individuals’ and artists’ spiritual journeys.
Aside from the numerous programs, workshops, and outreach opportunities, the site hosts a prayer labyrinth, a stations of the cross walk, several gardens and a chapel to aid and deepen contemplation, prayer, and devotion.
There is a chapel on the grounds, as well as Christ Episcopal Church in Cody, which is located at 825 Simpson Ave.
Lodging may be available at site, subject to availability, please call in advance. Offsite, Cody, as the largest town near Yellowstone National Park’s eastern entrance is replete with lodging and dining opportunities.
Just off the beaten path in Cody – 34 Thomas the Apostle Rd., Cody, WY 82414.
Thomas the Apostle Rd is a right hand turn off of US Highway 14 just east of the airport.
Robert and Rebekah Mason are the resident directors. Site may be reached by phone at (307) 587 -4400 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org