The International Church of Cannabis Opens in Denver on 4/20
Worshiping the sacred flower just got a whole lot more trippy.
The chapel ceiling of the 113 year old building was painted by Okuda San Miguel.
April 20, 2017
On 4/20, members of the International Church of Cannabis will kneel at the altar of dank bud as they celebrate the grand opening of their community’s holy house of worship in Denver, Colorado.
At 13,000 square feet, the massive church is the largest social gathering place in the world where people can freely consume cannabis with one another. The 113-year-old building is located in Denver’s West Washington Park neighborhood. Opening the grand doors instantly transports visitors into a psychedelic wonderland with trippy murals of purple and gold.
The founders of the church are calling themselves “Elevationists,” a play on words for the euphoric feeling one gets when they smoke the flowering plant, which is also their religious sacrament.
The church is an open-minded congregation that welcomes all faiths and cultures and believes you can reach spiritual fulfillment with just a little (or a lot of) THC.