A place of

hope and hospitality

for the world

discover more

called to seek God

in the daily celebration of life

Join us for Sunday Eucharist at 10:15am

By reservation only November 28, 2021 – January 2, 2022

As El Pao County is experiencing a surge in the COVID positivity rate, we have implemented a reservation system for Sunday Eucharist attendance. Thank you for your understanding and support as we work together to keep our beloved community of sisters and friends safe.

How to make a reservation:

Call (719) 633-0655 to reserve for your “family unit.” (Note: a family unit is all those who travel together to arrive at the monastery on a Sunday morning.
Reservations will be limited to 20 family units each Sunday so that we may maintain proper physical distancing. We will maintain a wait list too, with names and phone numbers, so that we may contact you if we receive a cancellation.
Please do call to cancel your reservation if you are unable to attend as planned so that we may accommodate other family units.

We also ask that guests of the monastery continue to comply with the following guidelines:

  • Visit the monastery only if you are fully vaccinated
  • Always wear a mask while in the monastery
  • Practice modified social distancing (e.g., avoid hand shaking, hugging)
  • Practice proper hygiene (e.g., hand washing)

We will notify our Sunday Liturgy email list of any closures and/or restrictions in attendance and post updates at the main entrance door.

Our Sisters will be wearing masks whenever we have 20+ guests.

at Benet Hill

 

get updates and invites

Monday – Friday:
10:00 am to 5:30 pm

Saturday:
10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

8674 N. Union
Union center
Colorado Springs, Co.

An on-site gift shop at Sisters’ Thrift and Boutique.

The mission of Benet Gifts to provide our surrounding community with inspiring, high-quality books and artistic gifts that reflect the richness of our monastic charism and traditions. The gift shop is one of the many forms of our greater mission – to provide a “sacred place” of Benedictine learning whereby individuals may explore religious art and be nourished on quality books.

I enjoyed the friendly presence of the sisters. The monastery is a positive spot in a negative world.

 

– Pathways to Peace Participant