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Episcopal Diocese of Utah

Diocese of Utah
Location
Ecclesiastical province Province VIII
Statistics
Congregations 25
Members 6,000
Information
Rite Episcopal
Cathedral St. Mark's Cathedral
Current leadership
Bishop Scott B. Hayashi
Map
Location of the Diocese of Utah
Location of the Diocese of Utah
Website
episcopal-ut.org

The Episcopal Diocese of Utah is a diocese of the St. Mark's Cathedral, are in Salt Lake City. The current bishop is the Right Rev. Scott B. Hayashi, whose consecration took place on November 6, 2010 and was installed in St Mark's Cathedral on the following day.[1]

History

The Rt. Rev. [2]

Bishops of Utah

The bishops of Utah are as follows:[3]

Congregations

The Episcopal Church in Utah is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The diocese consists of 25 congregations and over 6,000 members across Utah (one congregation is in northern Arizona). The congregations in the diocese include:

  • [1] St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Brigham City
  • [2] Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, Centerville
  • [3] St. James Episcopal Church, Midvale
  • [4] Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Ogden
  • [5] All Saints Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City
  • [6] St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City
  • [7] Grace Episcopal Church, St. George
  • [8] St. Jude's Episcopal Church, Cedar City
  • [9] St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Clearfield
  • [10] St. Barnabas' Episcopal Church, Tooele
  • [11] St. John's Episcopal Church, Logan

Educational and other institutions

St. Mark's school opened on July 1, 1867, the first non-Mormon school in Utah. Rowland Hall boarding and day school for girls opened in 1880. The two schools combined and became [2]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Episcopal Life Online item, November 8, 2010.
  2. ^ a b The History of the Episcopal Church in Utah
  3. ^ The Episcopal Church Annual, 2004, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Morehouse Publishing, 2004

External links

  • Official website of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah
  • Official website of the Episcopal Church of the United States ECUSA

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