Weekend Services:


Great Vespers (6 pm)



Hours (9:10 am) and Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)


Founded in 1898, Holy Transfiguration of Christ Orthodox Cathedral is a multi-cultural community located in the historic Globeville neighborhood in Denver, Colorado.

A parish of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), Holy Transfiguration is under the oversight of his Eminence, Archbishop Benjamin of San Francisco and the West.

The word "transfiguration" means to-be-changed. You may recognize the ancient Greek word for transfiguration: metamorphosis. We all long for good change in our lives; our bookstores and the internet are filled with self-help books promising us the tools for changing our lives. 

As Orthodox Christians, we believe that any real change -- change for the good -- is rooted in Jesus Christ, the unique Son of God. The name of our church is connected to a real event in the life of Jesus (see Mark 9:1-8 or Matthew 17:1-8). On the Mount, Jesus' human body shone with the uncreated Light of His divinity. His very humanity was revealed as changed -- transfigured -- united with the divine nature. 

That's change that no self-help book could ever provide. It's what Jesus came to establish and share with us, if we let Him. He calls us to be united to Him, by the power of the Holy Spirit, adopted as the children of God. This is what it means to be saved.

We invite you to come and experience the fullness of the Christian Faith in what God has established here at Holy Transfiguration of Christ Orthodox Cathedral.




Cathedral Dean: Fr. Seraphim Robertson priest@orthodoxdenver.org