Sunrise Ranch includes those of us who live here and form the core of this community.
Sunrise Ranch was honored with a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 11, 2019, welcoming the Ranch into the greater Loveland community. Pictured are members of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce along with many Sunrise Ranch residents. David Karchere and Jane Anetrini cut the ribbon.
We are an intentional spiritual community, passionately committed to our conscious evolution. We are also committed to each other and what we are bringing to the world together. Most of all, we are devoted to the spirit of Universal Love that brought us together and inspires us every day.
Sunrise Ranch was founded in 1945, and we are one of the oldest intentional communities in America. We embrace anyone who visits here and anyone who connects with us in virtual space—on our website, on Facebook, or on our mailing list. To us, you are all part of our community. We see ourselves as part of the broader community of awakening human beings all around the world.
Paula Hutts works June 5, 2019, in the greenhouse where the tomatoes are growing, collecting and recycling clips that keep the plants in place.
We know that when people come to Sunrise Ranch, they feel the surround of love substance in this valley. This spiritual atmosphere has formed out of all the loving service from people down through the decades and from the communion with nature and the land itself. As the Sunrise Ranch community of today, we feel responsible for this atmosphere and for our contribution to it. It is the atmosphere of true home.
Photographer Diego Reyes arrived just after a calf was born in the pasture on June 9, 2019.
A mama and baby lamb walk in their peaceful enclosure on June 5, 2019.
There are members of our community who have lived at Sunrise Ranch for more than 50 years, and there is usually at least one person living here who has arrived within the past month. Typically, people who join the core staff at Sunrise Ranch come first as a visitor or as a participant in our Full Self Emergence Program.
Bryan is helped by daughter Ayla as he works around the campus on June 6, 2019.
Abbey gives a sheep some love on June 12, 2019.
Connie, Lana, Anita and Noel repot some plants in the Dining Room of the Pavilion during Community Project Day, June 18, 2019.
Sunrise Ranch is a special place, and we offer a few opportunities for those interested in the experience of living here as a resident. Our seven-month Full Self Emergence Program begins each year in the spring.
Being a full-time community as well as resort and conference center, we also offer skilled openings—job positions that require specific or specialized skills. We are seeking talented people to join our spiritual community as full-time residents and members of our staff. As a resident, you can participate in the spiritual life of the community and help us continue to strengthen Sunrise Ranch as a teaching and demonstration site for thriving community. Pay is negotiable. Please visit the Job Opportunities Page for current position listings.
Community members enjoy an ARISE Festival Pre-Party the evening of June 29, 2019, at the Rimrock Fire Pit overlooking the pasture and reservoir.
To learn more about living and working at Sunrise Ranch, contact the Registrar office at firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to call us at 970-679-4251.
Celia shows off a sunflower in the greenhouse, June 5, 2019.
LeAnn holds a bunch of fresh-picked radishes in the greenhouse, June 5, 2019.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
— Margaret Mead