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Cathedral of the Rockies

717 N. 11th Street
Boise, Ada County, Idaho, 83702

Cathedral of the Rockies
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Cathedral of the Rockies is a United Methodist church located in the historic North End district of Boise, Idaho. The present building was constructed 1958-1960.
The church is the largest United Methodist Church in Boise, Idaho, the largest in the Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist denomination, and was the first Methodist church in Boise, founded in 1872.

The stained glass is a notable and unique feature, depicting Biblical history as well as themes of the history of Christianity and aspects of American history including local references to Idaho and the city of Boise.

In June 2020, the church announced that it would remove its stained-glass window featuring Confederate general Robert E. Lee. The image had been under discussion since 2015 and a decision was made following the killing of George Floyd.

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