• View of Grand Canyon National Park at sunset from the South Rim

    Grand Canyon

    National Park Arizona

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  • For the Next Several Days, Expect Thunderstorms and Locally Heavy Rain

    Monsoonal weather patterns have moved into the Grand Canyon area decreasing fire danger. As a result, on Tuesday, July 8 at 8 a.m. fire managers will lift fire restrictions within Grand Canyon National Park. More »

  • Temporary North Rim Road Closures Due to Galahad Fire Began May 29

    As of Thursday May 29, two road closures are in effect for public and firefighter safety. W4 road is closed from FS268B road south to Pont Sublime. W1 road is closed from W4 to western end of the Basin. More »

Religious Services

Religious services are offered in the park and the surrounding community. Current schedules are posted at Mather Campground (near the check-in station), Shrine of the Ages, the information kiosk near the post office, the Grand Canyon Visitor Center at Canyon View Information Plaza, and Verkamp's Visitor Center.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
(623) 293-8271

El Cristo Rey Roman Catholic Church
(928) 638-2390

Grand Canyon Assembly of God
(928) 499-9840

Grand Canyon Baptist Church
(928) 638-0757

Grand Canyon Community Church (Christian Ministry in the National Parks - Interdenominational)
(928) 638-2340

Jehovah's Witnesses (Tusayan)
(928) 635-4166

Jewish Services and Programs
(928) 777-8172

The National Park Service does not endorse one religion over another.


 
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Shrine of the Ages

The Shrine of the Ages (1970)

is one of the many historic buildings at Grand Canyon with an intriguing history.

This multi-purpose building was originally planned as an interdenominational chapel sitting on the edge of the canyon itself.More...

Did You Know?

SPRINGS PROVIDE OASES FOR FLORA AND FAUNA

Within the Grand Canyon, the type and abundance of organisms is directly related to the presence or absence of water. The Colorado River and its tributaries, as well as springs, seeps, stock tanks and ephemeral pools provide oases to flora and fauna in this semi-arid southwest desert area.