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About Us

TAC is a Christian retreat center for all people dedicated to fostering spiritual renewal and creative thinking in a quiet and reflective environment. We seek to model a way of life that cares for the people we serve and for creation.

Meet the Co-Directors

Rebekah and Robert Mason originate from Durham, NC and lead as the co-directors of Thomas the Apostle Center.

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Directors

2023-2024 TAC Intern: Amy Brooks

Property Support: Daniel Dye and Jay Moody
Housing Staff: Corinne Prieto and Juliette Schlake 

A big thank you to the countless hands that love to volunteer at TAC!

Our Board

Our Board

Gretchen Henrich

President

2018-2020 | 2020-2023

Betsy Sell

Vice-President

2021-2023

The Rt. Rev. Chandler

Wyoming Bishop

Martha Moewes

Secretary

2021-2023

Rev. Ron Philips

Alex Rettinghouse

Steve Nickles

Erin Brindle

2021-2023

2023-2026

2020-2022

2022-2024

Lisa Smith

2023-2026

David Rawling

2023-2026

Linda Franson

2023-2026

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Our Story

Our Story

TAC sits on land wintered by the modern day Shoshone and Crow Native American Tribes, along the back of the Absaroka Mountains. The property and each house eyes the historic Heart Mountain, a sacred land site for many Native American groups as well as the site for the historic Heart Mountain Japanese Internment Camp.

 

The center 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. 

Our Diocese

The Episcopal Church in Wyoming seeks to be God’s loving community throughout Wyoming and the world.

Our Diocese

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