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Bishop Hayashi issues Pastoral Letter on Medicaid Expansion

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Utah’s senior priest, The Rev. Canon Ed Howlett dies

Utah's senior priest, The Rev. Canon Ed Howlett, peacefully died March 21, 2015. He was given Last Rites from the Dean of the Cathedral Church of St. Mark, where Fr. Howlett continued to attend and serve until his death. A recent highlight of his Cathedral affiliation was celebrating Eucharist in observation of six decades as a priest, in 2012. He was ordained a deacon June 4th, 1951 and entered the Sacred Order of the Priesthood on January 2, 1952. He started his ministry in Indiana and later served throughout the Diocese of Utah. He assisted at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark... Read more




BISHOP ISSUES PASTORAL LETTER

    Screen Shot 2015-02-07 at 12.45.06 PM As many in the Diocese know, I’ve made the issue of Medicaid Expansion a priority over these past two years. I’ve lobbied legislators, I’ve written statements, I’ve offered speeches, I’ve spearheaded full-page newspaper ads and I’ve gathered the support of 111 fellow clergy from throughout the Utah faith community. Medicaid Expansion is a program where the legislature can accept 670 million dollars that the federal government has offered to give Utah. This would fund health care for 123,000 of our neighbors who otherwise can’t afford the care.... Read more






VOLUNTEER NOW! for General Convention 2015

Screen Shot 2014-10-06 at 1.25.51 PM Plan now to help welcome fellow Episcopalians from around the world to The Episcopal Church General Convention 2015. Bishop Hayashi and the Diocese of Utah cordially invite you and your friends to join in volunteering to make this a memorable convention. Click here for more volunteer information  Register here now to volunteer  Members of the wider community and all faiths are welcome to participate. Choose to volunteer 4 hours, 40 hours, or more depending... Read more