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In a town and state overwhelmed with a Mormon population I found a humble, friendly, but beautiful Presbyterian sanctuary. The evidence that Salt Lake is welcoming to other faiths is comforting to visitors. I heard other visitors express delight at the heartfelt service.
A inspiring place with lots of guides from different nationalities and you must visit the museum which will provide you with a clear understanding of the church history
You have to attend the chorus rehearsals as well
We visited and met some of the people that belong to The Cathedral Church of Saint Mark. Its a very nice episcopal church.
It is also a Utah Historic Site.
Daniel S. Tuttle started the congregation in July 2, 1867.
Along with a visit to the Cathedral of the Madeleine, this stop will help to round out your experience of the religious communities of Salt Lake City. This is a beautiful smaller-scale Episcopal church, with a fine collection of stained glass windows -- including several...More