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

Bishop joins Amicus Curiae brief on opposing president’s restriction on immigration

Bishop Scott B. Hayashi has joined 13 other bishops in filing an amici curiae brief that opposes President Trump's executive order restricting immigration. The brief has been filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth District. Bishop Hayashi explained his position to join the filing of the brief within his remarks and sermon delivered to the Diocesan Convention. To watch that portion of the remarks: Click Here.  To watch his entire sermon: Click Here. To read a press story about the Bishops' action: Click Here. To read the brief: Click Here... Read more




The Presiding Bishop Inspires Diocesan Convention

Our diocese was blessed to welcome Presiding Bishop Michael Bruce Curry back to Salt Lake City as the guest of honor and keynote speaker for Diocesan Convention. He addressed the convention Friday at the business session and during a banquet held that evening. Guests included various leaders from local faith communities, including General Authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the new bishop of the Salt Lake City Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church. On Saturday, Presiding Bishop Curry preached the sermon at the Holy Eucharist. His dynamic... Read more




Sanchez and Walker Ordained

By the grace of God and with the consent of God's people, The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi, 11th Bishop of Utah, ordained Patricia Anne Sanchez and Kathalin Ree Walker to the diaconate at the recent Diocesan Convention, held at Hotel RL, Salt Lake City. They were supported by a large and enthusiastic congregation and honored by a special sermon from The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church. Kathalin described the experience as "being excited and at the same time humbled" to have the opportunity to serve the... Read more


Pins, Hats, Bags and the 150th Anniversary

The 150th anniversary of the Episcopal Church in Utah officially kicked off its celebration at Diocesan Convention 2017. At the 150th table, task force members distributed mints, pins, bags and hats with the beautiful 150th logo. The hats proved to be particularly popular. Throughout the year, Episcopalians are encouraged to display the logo proudly, using souvenirs as well as banners and posters to promote excitement and togetherness during this occasion. There will be five regional celebrations held later in the year throughout the diocese. More information to come.

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