Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry and his staff, Utah Bishop Scott B. Hayashi, and the clergy of the Diocese of Utah welcome you to the Episcopal Church in Utah and Northern Arizona



Registration Open for 2018 Diocesan Convention

Registration for 2018 Diocesan Convention in Price, Utah is now open. To register, please click here. You can access all information regarding convention, including registration forms and pricing at www.diocesanconvention2018.org. If you have concerns or questions about the registration form, please contact Rhonda Uber at ruber@episcopal-ut.org.... Read more


Souper Bowl of Caring

The 150th Task Force has committed to repeat one of the most successful outreach events in recent diocesan history. It is the popular Souper Bowl of Caring. Once again there will be matching funds made available to congregations to support this food and donation campaign that serves our local communities.
The Rev. Terri Heyduk says this year's Souper Bowl of Caring takes place January 21 through February 4 (the Sunday of the Super Bowl). The diocese will be registered as one group. Therefore, individual congregations do not have to register. Funds raised must be reported... Read more


Council passes 2018 Budget – posted here

The Diocesan Council has passed the 2018 budget for the Diocese of Utah. In keeping with financial transparency, this is the link to the budget as passed. Bishop Scott B. Hayashi deeply appreciates the hard work of the Finance Committee, CFO The Rev. Steve Andersen, the Council, and all who make our ministry financially possible. http://www.episcopal-ut.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/2018-Approved-Budget-Pkg.pdf ... Read more


Bishop Hayashi joins Utah leaders in sponsoring ballot initiative for Medicaid Expansion.

After the state legislature failed to accept millions of federal dollars to provide healthcare for nearly 134,000 Utahns, Bishop Scott B. Hayashi teamed up with Utah Senator Brian Shiozawa, the Executive Director of the People Health Clinic, the AARP and concerned citizens to bring the issue directly to voters. The group is convinced Utah voters want the health coverage for their neighbors and the economic boost from an estimated 1000 new medical jobs that Medicaid Expansion can bring. The increased coverage would cost... Read more