The Cathedral Church of St. Mark has a number of on-going formation opportunities you can take advantage of. In addition to Sunday, Holy Eucharist is celebrated on Tuesday (12:10 p.m.), Thursday (10:00 a.m.), Friday (12:10 p.m.), and Saturday (5:00 p.m.). Below are a number of other formation opportunities throughout the week.
We meet weekly at the Diocesan Center. Everyone is welcome! The group chooses books from a wide range of interests. Our current book is Paul: A Biography by N.T. Wright. Please contact Ernie Hale at email@example.com or 801-532-6406 for more information.
11:45 – 1:00 PM in the Diocesan Center
Join Canon Judy Atherton and The Very Reverend Tyler Doherty for a fun hour of discussion and theological reflection using short fiction as our launching pad. We'll discuss a piece of fiction each week and reflect theologically on how story can illuminate aspects of our relationship with God, each other, and creation.
Wednesday Contemplative Prayer
Join Fr. Tyler for a weekly time of contemplative prayer in the tradition of Fr. John Main, OSB and the Desert Tradition. Newcomers and beginners are welcome, and instruction in the way of silent prayer is given at each session. We begin by listening to short recorded talk on contemplative practice and then sit together for 20 minutes of silent prayer. Contact Fr. Tyler if you have any questions—firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 a.m. in the Library
Study & Lunch
This lively discussion follows the 10:00 a.m. Eucharist and is facilitated by The Very Reverend Tyler B. Doherty, Dean & Rector. Your donations to support the cost of lunch are gratefully accepted.
Please arrive a few minutes early and enter through the north door. This is a wonderful time to sit with God for 20 minutes and then conclude with brief prayers. Contact Nancy Appleby at 801.484.1965 or email@example.com for more information.
5:30 p.m. in Colton Library
Morning and Evening
Morning Prayer services are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. and Evening Prayer is held on Monday and Friday at 6 p.m. in the Chapel of the Resurrection.
These services are on break for the summer and will resume in September.
LIGHt in the Darkness
Join us for a Contemplative Eucharist featuring Taizé chant, an opportunity to sit quietly with God's word, and a celebration of the Eucharist. This come-as-you-are service is open to all seeking quiet and comfort in the midst of their busy lives. The homily will be conducted as a guided meditation in the lectio divina style led by Fr. Tyler. You can download the program here.