Interfaith vision

Nov 25, 2019 by

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I would like to express my appreciation to Tim Huber for “Mountain Welcome” about the 50th anniversary of the Aspen Chapel in Colorado. This involved a considerable amount of research about the chapel and the spiritual journey of its found­er, E.M. Yost, who became the overseer/bishop of Rocky Mountain Mennonite Conference. Yost’s ­vision led to the construction of an “ecumenical and interfaith chapel dedicated to peace.” This beautiful, welcoming chapel with Mennonite connections was truly built on a vision of spiritual unity and is used by people of various faiths for worship services and many other events.

Frank Bontrager
Lakewood, Colo.


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