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

Diocesan Newsletter has New Editors

The diocesan newsletter, which is published monthly during the summer and bimonthly the rest of the year, has new editors. It will now be compiled/edited by the diocesan Communications Department. If you have items you would like to add, please email: Craig Wirth ( Halee Oliver ( Thank you!... Read more

Presiding Bishop inspires the world – we recall his Utah talks

The Most Rev. Michael Curry electrified viewers of the Royal Wedding around the world with his sermon. We in the Diocese of Utah have been graced by his wisdom and God-given ability to convey the teachings of Christ. With all the interest in Bishop Curry's sermons, we recall the times he has inspired all who have heard him in Utah. Here are the links to several of his sermons and addresses given in Utah: Sermon at St. Mark's Cathedral Address to Utah, Diocesan Convention Dinner Address to Utah Diocesan Convention Sermon at Utah Diocesan... Read more

Results of Diocesan Convention 2018 Elections

Thank you to all who submitted nominations for the open diocesan offices. The results of the election held at our 2018 diocesan convention are as follows: Diocesan Council- Clergy order: The Rev. Trace Browning Eastern/Southeastern Rep, Lay Order: Don Phillips SL Rep, Lay Order: Russ Pack Standing Committee- Clergy Order: The Rev. Gabriel Atem Lay Order: Joyce Mitchell Treasurer- David Lingo Disciplinary Board- Clergy Order: The Rev. David Sakrison Lay Order: Daniela Lee... Read more

New videos unveiled at convention

The Diocese of Utah has released two new videos. One was the history of the Church in Carbon County in honor of our Diocesan Convention hosts, Ascension St. Matthew's in Price. The other was a look at our just completed 150th year of the Episcopal Church in Utah. ... Read more

The Rev. Cn. Mary June Nestler to leave Diocese of Utah for Jerusalem’s St. George’s College

After serving a decade as Canon to the Ordinary, The Rev. Mary June Nestler will move to Jerusalem as Course Director of the prestigious St. George’s College. She will also be Lecturer in Contextual Biblical Studies at the Anglican institution that is known for study, pilgrimages, and hospitality for all religions.

The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi says Canon Nestler has graced the diocese with her heart-deep dedication to having done the Lord’s work in Utah. She also served as Canon Theologian, Formation Director, Transition Officer and Chief of Staff. He... Read more