Furthering peace by providing educational resources to Colorado’s Front Range Mountain Communities


We invite you to join us in spreading peace throughout our community and the world. Evergreen Peace provides numerous activities and ways to get involved. You can see our group in action in the photos section of the site or read some inspiring words about peace.

Serving the Front Range Mountain Communities in Colorado of: Aspen Park, Bailey, Bergen Park, Conifer, Evergreen, Floyd Hill, Genesee, Idaho Springs, Idledale, Indian Hills, Kittredge, Lookout Mountain, Morrison, and Pine.

Mission Statement

Our purpose is to further peace individually and collectively in our world, and to be an educational resource to our community.

Guiding Principles

Our attitudes and demeanor will be open, respectful, and caring toward all people and the environment around us. Our activities are safe and appropriate for all family members to attend.

In our demonstration and reflection of nonviolence, we will use language and behaviors that reflect peace. We will not return violence, verbal or physical, toward any person or other creature. We will not incite others to do violence.

We will accept the consequence of our deeds.

We strive to act with compassion toward all beings at all times including those with whom we disagree.


Reflections of Peace

Sunday, September 21, 2014
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The Labyrinth at the Church of the Transfiguration

Mark your calendar to join us for the 13th annual community observance on the U.N. International Day of Peace. See the Activities page for more details. Download the flier.

Evergreen Library Display

Evergreen Peace is exploring the chilling topic of gun violence and is sharing information in the display case at the Evergreen Library during the month of September 2014. We have compiled a number of resources to help others learn about this important issue. Learn More!