In some of the last moments before Jesus would suffer His passion, He told his disciples to, “love one another” and that “by this would all men know” they were His followers. In keeping with Jesus’s command, St. Mark’s strives to reach outward with the love of God in many ways. Whether it’s through compassionate Pastoral Care, Fellowship, or one of the many ways you can be involved we invite you to connect with our community. Check out some of the many resources below.
Pastoral care is an essential habit of the heart at St Mark's, and is offered by both priests and lay people as a natural expression of being Christ's love in the world. Feed My Sheep provides meals, cards, weekly mailings to home-bound parishioners and those facing life's difficulties. Community of Hope offers one-on-one pastoral care by trained parishioners. Fr. Tyler also visits the sick, the homebound, and those experiencing times of crisis. The pastoral care emergency number is 267.280.2364. Please note that no funds for lodging or travel can be dispensed by calling this number.
There are numerous opportunities to connect with others in our Cathedral family each month. Parish dinners are held three times a month on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. (see below for the schedule). Each Sunday, following the 10:30 service a time of welcome and hospitality is offered in the Dean’s Hall. The Cathedral also has a number of events you'll want to put on your calendar, including:
This opportunity for weekly fellowship follows the Thursday 10:00 a.m. Eucharist and the 11:00 a.m. Bible Study.
Parish Dinner Schedule
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Need a RIDE TO
For more information about getting transportation to and from the Cathedral, please contact Monica Daly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 801.897.5510
THE MUSTARD SEED
IS NOW OPEN
Located next to the entry to the Dean's Hall, The Mustard Seed has a range of Christian gifts and books. Stop by and see us.
TO HILDEGARD's PANTRY
During the month of July, the pantry served 2,357 people. For the upcoming month please consider donating Canned Beef Stew, Canned Chicken, and Canned Tuna. Cat and dog food is also much appreciated (big bags are welcome as we re-bag them into smaller bags). Lydia Herrera, the pantry manager, is thankful to all the parishioners of St. Mark's for their donations and for making this ministry possible. You may contact Lydia at 801.328.2303 or 801.688.0702.
IN THE DIOCESE?
If you would like to keep updated on what is happening in the Diocese and are not receiving The Episcopal Diocese of Utah Newsletter by email, contact Monica Daly, email@example.com or (801)-322-4131. The E-newsletter is posted the second and fourth Wednesday and can be directly accessed here.
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH USA
Episcopal News service is the official news service of the Episcopal Church USA. Follow this link to see what is happening around the Episcopal Church.
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION?
If you are interested in news from the broader church and the Anglican Communion, consider checking out Episcopal Café. Follow this link to find out about all things Episcopal.
The Cathedral has long history in Utah. If you have questions or would like schedule a tour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about the history of the Episcopal Church in Utah here.
Become a Member
Of the Parish
Learn more about joining our community by contacting The Very Reverend Tyler B. Doherty, Dean & Rector, at email@example.com.