The Episcopal Diocese of Utah 2019 Convention will be held April 26-27, 2019, at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Salt Lake City.
This convention, we will be electing deputies to General Convention 2021, which will be held in late June or early July in Baltimore, Maryland. There will be four deputies from each order, cleric and lay, and four alternates for each. Under the resolution passed at the 2017 Diocesan Convention, the diocese will reimburse reasonable expenses for all deputies and the first alternate from each order who attends the full General Convention. Pursuant to resolution, no other alternates from either order will receive reimbursement for any expenses or compensation to attend the convention.
For more information, including registration, visit the Convention page of this website by clicking here.
In keeping with tradition, the Diocese of Utah Communications Department will livestream the Festive Easter Eucharist from the historic Cathedral Church of St. Mark in Salt Lake City.
The livestream player will be posted here at 10:00 AM on Easter Sunday, April 21st.
The Eucharist begins at 10:30 AM. The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi will preach and The Very Rev. Tyler Doherty will celebrate.
We hope you can participate in the livestream along with your family and friends.
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Bishop Daniel S. Tuttle formally started the Episcopal Church in Utah with his arrival in Salt Lake City on July 2, 1867. The Church became known for its social justice ministry with the creation of Utah’s first school system for children of all religions. Bishop Tuttle also started St. Mark’s Hospital to serve the thousands of miners who had no other health care options. He tirelessly traveled by stage and horseback to establish churches from Montana to Arizona.
Today, The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi continues the heritage of his predecessor, Bishop Tuttle addressing contemporary social justice issues such as immigration, LGBT, gun violence, poverty and other issues. Bishop Hayashi also shepherds 22 congregations, many of them the original churches established by Bishop Tuttle.