Bishop Scott B. Hayashi and the Diocese are excited to announce the new Tuttle School for Discipleship and Ministry. The local program is designed to serve those wanting a deeper understanding of their faith and to offer formation for those seeking to hear God’s calling. Bishop Hayashi is facilitating a meaningful start to the Tuttle School courses with a lively and uplifting review of the New Testament starting this fall. The course is free and open to all and will be offered on Saturday mornings starting in September. Bishop Hayashi has prepared a video to personally invite church members and friends.
The full Tuttle School curriculum starts in February, 2020. While the full program is primarily for those preparing for ordination to the diaconate and for lay ministry licenses, it is also open for all who are committed to deepening their understanding of the Jesus movement, to strengthen their ministries, and/or discern their path as disciples. The Tuttle School is in partnership with the Iona Collaborative, a program of the Seminary of the Southwest located in Austin, Texas. However, all Tuttle School classes will take place at the Episcopal Church Center of Utah in Salt Lake City.
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