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.
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.
Halloween didn’t just somehow start with costumes and trick-or-treat. It goes back to All Hallows Eve which is the evening before All Saint’s Day in the Christian calendar. Hallows is the term for Saints, so it is the eve of the saints. The Utah Epodcopalians traces the origins and the religious significance of All Hallows Eve and All Saints Day. Our special guest is The Rev. Trace Browning of All Saints Church, Salt Lake City.
Note: This episode is a re-run and was recorded last year for All Hallows Eve.
As you well know, Bishop Scott B. Hayashi is retiring next year and we are deep in the process of finding his replacement. On this episode of Epodcopalians, we are joined by the Rev. Michael Carney from St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church to discuss how the search is going!
If you listen to the Utah Epodcopalians, you know by now that we enjoy talking about seasons of the church year. Lent may be more commonly known than other seasons, but it is still misunderstood. The Very Rev. Tyler Doherty, our guest on this episode, talks all about Lent: what it means and how we can best observe it.