Utah Epodcopalians
All About Camp Tuttle

All About Camp Tuttle

June 2, 2022

Utah Epodcapalians join with Shine and Frets from Camp Tuttle to chat all about summer camp! While the beautiful grounds of Camp Tuttle may remain the same over the years, camp looks a lot different in 2022; inclusive cabin lodging, a wide variety of food options, and an on-site mental health counselor. Tune in to learn all about camp and how to register today! 

A Chat with Russ Pack

A Chat with Russ Pack

March 23, 2022

In this episode of "Utah Epodcopalians" we are chatting with Russ Pack from the Transition Committee. What's the Transition Committee you may ask? Well, take a listen and learn all about the search for Utah's next Bishop. 

A Native of Giving

A Native of Giving

October 21, 2021

On this episode of Utah Epodcopalians, the Diocese of Utah's Craig Wirth sits down with The Rev. Michael Carney and Forrest Cuch from St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church (Whiterocks) to talk about their new book A Native Way of Giving. 

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Ordination of Women

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Ordination of Women

September 16, 2021
We are debuting a special edition of the diocesan podcast “The Utah Epodcapalians” highlighting the gift of a half-century of the ordination of women. The church cleared the way for women to first be ordained as Deacons in 1971. Ordination to the Priesthood came later in 1977. The Diocese of Utah ordained women shortly after the canons permitted it. The diocese has also had a history of women serving our congregations and the wider diocese highlighted by the election of the late Rt. Rev. Carolyn Tanner Irish in 1996 as one of the church’s pioneer bishops.
 
This podcast features The Rev. Cn. Mary June Nestler, who has now been ordained for 42-years. While now serving the wider church as the course director of St. George’s College in Jerusalem, she continues to be canonically resident in the Diocese of Utah after serving as Canon to the Ordinary in Utah. The priest discusses the challenges ordained women faced and continue to face, our diocesan history, and how the events of 50-years ago continue to help the path to greater diversity today.
Celebrating 154 Years in Utah

Celebrating 154 Years in Utah

June 29, 2021

On July 4th 1867, Daniel S. Tuttle, the first Bishop of the Diocese of Utah arrived in Salt Lake City. A lot has happened with our church in the last 154 years, giving Craig Wirth and our Diocesan Historiographer, Kurt Cook, plenty to talk about! 

 

 

Utah Epodcopalians | Camp Tuttle

Utah Epodcopalians | Camp Tuttle

June 1, 2021

This week, Craig Wirth was joined by Karen Gleeson (Shine) and Ingrid VanZanten (Frets) to talk about what's happening at Camp Tuttle this summer! You don't want to miss this. 

Bishop Search Updates

Bishop Search Updates

April 7, 2021
On this episode of Epodcopalians, The Rev. Michael Carney (Nominating Committee chair and vicar at St. Elizabeth's in Whiterocks) joins the diocese’s Craig Wirth for a conversation about ongoing bishop search process. You can watch video versions of the podcasts on Youtube or you can tune-in on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Keep an eye out for new episodes!

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Lent 2021

Lent 2021

March 22, 2021

On this episode of Epodcopalians, The Rev. Canon Mary June Nestler (Course Director at St. George’s College in Jerusalem) joins the diocese’s Craig Wirth for a conversation about Lent during this unconventional year.

You can watch video versions of the podcasts on Youtube or you can tune-in on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Keep an eye out for new episodes!

Political Unrest and COVID-19

Political Unrest and COVID-19

January 15, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect how we worship in 2021. We have also come to witness deep political unrest and violence across our nation, including last week in Washington, D.C.

On this episode of Epodcopalians, The Rev. Charles Robinson of St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Park City) joins the diocese’s Craig Wirth to discuss COVID-19, political unrest, and civic dialogue. 

Online Worship in the Time of COVID

Online Worship in the Time of COVID

November 19, 2020
A year ago, we never would have guessed that the COVID-19 pandemic would turn our world upside down as much as it has. Despite the challenges facing us, we have remained committed to offering worship opportunities for all in our diocese. On this episode of Epodcopalians, The Very Rev. Tyler Doherty, Dean and Rector of the Cathedral Church of St. Mark, joins the diocese's Craig Wirth to discuss online worship in the time of COVID.
 
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