The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection

Episcopal Church of the Resurrection1131 S Main Street, Centerville, UT 84014  |  801-295-1360
The people of Resurrection are working to keep each other and our community safe. Some ministries have turned to Zoom, and many are presently fallow. You can join us for online worship via Zoom on Sunday mornings at 10 am for the Liturgy of the Word (about 30 minutes) and on Wednesdays for Evening Prayer at 7 pm.
We pray for all who have been affected by COVID-19
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry led a live-streamed prayer service from Washington National Cathedral. In the midst of pandemic, racial reckoning, and a historic election, the live-streamed service gathered Americans for prayer, song, lament, hope, and a call to love God and neighbor. If you missed it, you can watch it at Holding on to Hope: A National Service for Healing and Wholeness. Watch Bishop Curry’s powerful sermon at the service.

Keep our nation in your prayers always. From the Book of Common Prayer:

We pray for our nation as we enter election week: Almighty God, to whom we must account for all our powers and privileges: Guide the people of the United States in the election of officials and representatives; that, by faithful administration and wise laws, the rights of all may be protected and our nation be enabled to fulfill your purposes; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

O God, you have bound us together in a common life. Help us, in the midst of our struggles for justice and truth, to confront one another without hatred or bitterness, and to work together with mutual forbearance and respect; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

 
Who we are and what we believe
We are a small faith community of about 100 people located at 1131 S Main Street, Centerville, UT, who make a big impact in our community in God’s name. We worship and work together. We study and pray together. We enjoy food and fun together.
We are Christian
As Christians, we believe in the Holy Trinity, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, who created us, redeemed us for himself, and sustains us in faith. The Holy Scriptures are the foundation of our understanding of who God is, what God is doing and whom we are called to be. We believe God still speaks to us through these stories of salvation found in the Bible.  We rely on the riches of God’s grace.
We are Anglican
As Anglicans, we are both catholic and protestant, both ancient and reformed, both liberal and conservative. We belong to The Anglican Communion, the gathering of Anglican and Episcopal churches from around the world.
We are Episcopal
The Episcopal church is part of the Anglican Communion, and is comprised of 109 dioceses in 16 nations. As Episcopalians, we worship using The Book of Common Prayer, which grounds our daily life and worship in prayer. We gather around the Lord’s Table to receive sustenance from God and be in communion with all those who profess the Christian faith. We believe God is calling all people to be reconciled with him and with each other. With God’s help, we honor the vows we made at our baptism – to resist evil, to proclaim the Good News of God in Christ, to seek and serve Christ in all, to strive for justice and peace and respect the dignity of every human being. We belong to the Episcopal Diocese of Utah in which there are 25 congregations across Utah, and one in Page Arizona.