July 30, 2017

    Sunday, July 2, Pentecost 4. The liturgical color is  green.  


HAPPY 150TH BIRTHDAY 
EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF UTAH!

Bishop Hayashi 's Summer Message  



The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi offers a prayerful message for the Summer Season.  

July 2nd Birthday Celebrations

Bishop Tuttle, circa 1867.
It was 150 years ago on July 2, 1867, that Bishop Daniel S. Tuttle climbed out of a stage, stood on the corner of First South and Second East in Salt Lake City and started his ministry. Coincidentally, the office of the 11th Bishop of the diocese, The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi, is located at First South and Second East and he looks forward to our continued ministry as we move into the future.

The 150th celebration committee of the 150th Task Force wants everyone "to party like it's 1867." Each congregation should have received a birthday box filled with party swag to observe the commemoration of our ministries, outreach, and our part in the Utah and Northern Arizona Jesus Movement. 

The 150th website is up and running; please click below to access it.  


150th Anniversary Survey

To make the 150th Anniversary more meaningful, we are conducting a brief survey that will help us to understand  who we are so the Church can better serve us and the community to further God's work. Your feedback is important.  Click below to take the survey:


Ascens ion 
St.  Matthew's Welcomes Bishop  

On Sunday, June 25th Pastor James (Jim) Locke and the good people of Ascensio S t.  Ma tth ew' s,  522 N Home stead Blvd, Price, welcomed Bishop Hayashi for h is annu a visitation.


The Bishop celebrated Holy Communion, met  with the Governing Board and enjoyed a delicious pot luck after the service.



Prayers for Fire Victims and First Responders

Bishop Scott B. Hayashi and the Episcopal Diocese of Utah offer prayers for all those impacted by wildfires, especially the Brian Head Fire.  At press time, with close to 60,000 acres burning, the heroic efforts of fire fighters and other first responders had contained 20% of the blaze. We are grateful for their dedication to keeping others safe and preserving our forests.  We are mindful of all those affected by wildfires in Utah and across our nation. We pray that all will exercise caution to prevent fires with the upcoming 4th of July holiday and throughout the fire season.




Young Leaders at Camp  Tuttle
      
On the evening of June 20th,  Bishop H a y ashi paid a visit to the  Young Leaders at Camp Tuttle.  
This youthful, energetic  and committed group cons ists of summer  camp counselors and those wanting to  enhance their leadership  and outdoor skills. 

A rousing gam e of Nuk'em  was enjoyed by all, followed by a l iv ely an d rhythmi c drum  circle, dinner, and a discussion of what it means to be a go od le ader.  

The Bishop will visit the 7 th and 8th grade camp on July 21st. 

Nuk'em and a rhythmic Drum Circle were enjoyed by all. 


 
Camp Tuttle 2017 Summer Schedule

camp tuttle


July  9-14      5th/6th Grade Camp
July  16-21    7th-8th Grade Camp
July  23-28    High School Adventure Camp
August 4-6    Family Camp

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               Visit the website at: http://camptuttle.org/

            



Province VIII ECW Meeting
"Go Tell It On the Mountain"

All women of the diocese are invited to the Province VIII ECW Annual Meeting scheduled for August 25-27, 2017 at the Mary and Joseph Retreat Center, 5300 Crest Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Province VIII ECW President, Louise Aloy says "this is a time for us to gather as Disciples of Christ, to share our ministries, and outreach programs whether on the parish, diocesan or province level."   Aloy's hope is that the meeting will inspire others to take on leadership roles as they learn more about how ECW works.  The election of new officers will 
be an important part of the weekend. 

Early Bird Pricing available until July 15 or while space is available.  
Shared room: $298 per person  ($328 after 7/15/2017)
Single room: $373 per person  ($410 after 7/15/2017)
Saturday Only: $90 (includes 3 meals)  ($100 after7/15/2017)





Calendar Notes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Was the Apostle Paul a 1st Century Reform Jew? 
Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Joshua Garroway, Ph.D.
Temple Har Shalom welcomes Rabbi Joshua Garroway, Ph.D., who serves as Associate Professor of Early Christianity and the Second Commonwealth at Hebrew Union College - Institute of Religion.

DATE:   Friday, July 14, 2017
TIME:    6
:30 p.m.
PLACE: Temple Har Shalom - 3700 N Brookside Court, Park City, UT

Help Save the Western Screech Owl and Support the Girl Scouts
Jeanna Eliason, a member of St. John's Church, 85 E 100 N, Logan, is teaming up with Zootah to help save the Western Screech Owl. Jeanna has taken on this responsibility to b
uild new homes for the Western Screech Owl as her Gold Award Project.  This is your chance to build a home for this dwindling species.  

DATE:    Friday June 30th
TIME:     6:30 p.m.
PLACE:  
Education Building - 
Zootah at Willow Park
                419 W 700 S - Logan, Utah
REGISTER:  store.willowparkzoo.com


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Editor
Monica Daly
mdaly@episcopal-ut.org
Episcopal Diocese of Utah
801.322.4131


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