As the Episcopal branch of the Christian faith, we believe in extending the love of God to all. In fact, that’s what we’re trying to become: the shape God’s love takes in the world.
Our mission is to be an open and inclusive community that reaches out to the last, the least, the lost, and the left behind. We’re following Jesus into a loving, liberating and life-giving relationship with God, each other and the Earth. We do this by offering spiritual education to form inquiring disciples of all ages through beautiful services, fellowship, and loving community service.
NEW to Episcopal CHURCH?
Want to visit but not sure where to begin? The Episcopal community is made up of a diverse group of people from all kinds of backgrounds and traditions. We are here to welcome you. We've put together a short list of what to expect as well as answers to common questions in hopes your visit will be more comfortable.
EPISCOPALiAN & SEARCHING
FOR A CHURCH HOME?
Are you a veteran Episcopalian looking for your next church home in Salt Lake City? We hope you will join us at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark. St. Mark's offers a host of services, activities, and spiritual formation that will enrich your life and strengthen your faith in Jesus Christ. Whether it's spiritual formation classes, one of our reading groups, the choir, or serving at Hildegarde’s Food Pantry, you are most welcome. Please join us!
Join us for Holy Eucharist on Sunday morning, during the week, or just stop by for self-guided tour of our historic cathedral
Festival of Lessons and Carols
Lessons and Carols is a very old service from the Church of England which consists of nine readings from the Bible appropriate to the season of Advent, interspersed with choral music.
Light in the darkness
Join us Saturday evenings for a contemplative Eucharist that features Taizé chant and an opportunity to sit quietly with God's word...
Lecture Series: Mother Tree and Fire Child
The Canon Alan C. Tull Lecture Series presents: A Reading with the Author
Mother Tree and Fire Child: A Memoir, by Camille A. Biexei
Take a journey Sunday mornings at 9:15 AM through the Book of Common prayer, the Christian life, and the basic beliefs of Anglicanism. Class is held in the Bates room…
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A Sermon Preached on November 4, 2018