Twelfth Bishop of Utah
The Rt. Rev. Phyllis Spiegel was consecrated as the 12th Bishop of Utah on September 17, 2022. She is passionate about The Episcopal Church’s work of deepening discipleship through daily practices of faith, believing that deepening our daily walk with God profoundly changes the way we walk in the world. Bp. Spiegel has a commitment to finding sustainable solutions for providing stability and dignity for the unhoused and those with mental illness.
Assistant to the Bishop
Monica Daly is the Assistant to the Bishop. She provides assistance in scheduling, logistics, meeting coordination, office duties and other tasks related to the Bishop’s Office.
Chancellor Stephen Hutchinson, Esq., serves the Office of the Bishop with legal advice. He is also the Church Attorney. His office produces contracts, background checks for persons serving in diocesan and congregational service and offers legal services to ministries and congregations. He is the Executive Director of Episcopal Community Services, the ministry that oversees chaplaincy programs, senior citizen housing facilities, diocesan participation in Youth Impact and other ministries.
Assistant to the Chancellor
Angie Rogers serves as Assistant to the Chancellor as well as serves the Commission on Ministry and the Standing Committee. Angie also coordinates material and serves as administrative assistant to Diocesan Convention. She maintains staff records, data basis and performs other administrative tasks for the Bishop and his office.
Chief Financial Officer
Bill Potts, CFO, is the newest addition to the diocesan staff having started his work with Utah in April of this year. Bill will be working with the finance staff of the diocese to maintain the financial health and reporting of the Bishop’s office. Bill will hold an ex-officio seat on the Finance Committee and the Diocesan Council.
Bill will also be working with our congregations in support of their financial operations and reporting (ie: audits, parochial reports, assessments, monthly and quarterly reporting, etc.) As the role develops, he is hoping to add diocesan educational opportunities and training as further support of our congregations and ministries.
Tom works closely with the Finance Team and Episcopal Church Center of Utah staff to ensure the highest quality of financial information as possible. He works to create an environment of confidence in the reporting of the financial activities of the Diocese.
Kay handles payroll functions for both the Diocese of Utah (EDU) and Episcopal Community Services (ECS.)
She aids in benefit orientation and enrollments of medical, dental, GTL and disability insurance. She works on Property/Liability insurance for EDU, ECS and Camp Tuttle, as well as payables for ECS.
Craig Wirth is the Canon for Communications. The office is responsible for newsletters, media relations, webcasts, podcasts, social media, videos, websites and other communications vehicles used by the diocese. The communications office also serves as the creative services division of the diocese, designing and producing materials for both internal and public use. The Diocesan office assists the wider church in producing and maintaining the Title IV website for clergy misconduct prevention and convention live streaming tasks.
Guest Services Coordinator
The Guest Services Coordinator is stationed at the front desk to receive and welcome guests, direct phone calls, and coordinate events for the ECCU and the Cathedral.
The Event Assistant sets up meeting rooms for events, provides AV support to groups and performs basic building maintenance.
Youth Coordinator/Camp Tuttle Liaison
Karen serves as liaison and resource person for priests, parishes, youth, and staff for youth ministry events and Camp Tuttle. She coordinates youth activities and retreats, in addition to working with participants on registrations and scholarship needs. Karen serves on the Faith Formation Committee which supports faith formation for children and youth in the Diocese of Utah. Karen coordinates summer camp and camp staff, in addition to managing safety and facilities for camp.
Camp Tuttle Director
Ingrid serves as the Director of Camp Tuttle, the Diocese’s summer camping ministry. Ingrid oversees the maintenance of the Camp facilities year round and coordinates the planning, preparation, and facilitation of many youth and adult programs during the summer and fall. Ingrid also supports the Youth Ministry and Youth Faith Formation teams to ensure year round youth engagement throughout the diocese.