Our Clergy

Our Priest

Rev. Stephen Sturgeon

In 2014, the Rt.  Rev. Scott B. Hayashi ordained The Rev. Dr. Stephen Sturgeon as a priest, and then led a “Celegration of a New Ministry” service for the new vicar of St. John’s, Logan. Dr. Sturgeon had served as a deacon and congregational leader prior to the February 15th service. The deacon furthered his education and his preparation for ordination

to the priesthood to be able to serve a Bishop”s Committee call to serve as Vicar. It has been a 14-year-long journey for the Ph.D in American History. He came to Logan to work in special collections at Utah State University, and became active in the St. John’s congregation.

He was ordained a Deacon in 2010 to serve the 140-year-old northern Utah church. When the Rev. Susan Springer left for a church in Colorado, the deacon offered to serve an interim leadership role. The congregation and Bishop’s Committee appreciated his ministry and petitioned Bishop Hayashi to allow him to be elevated to Vicar, upon his planned ordination to the priesthood. The Rev. Dr. Stephen Sturgeon received his doctorate at the University of Colorado and holds Master’s Degrees from UC-Berkeley and the University of Colorado.

Our Bishops

Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi

The Rt. Rev. Scott B. Hayashi was consecrated as the 11th Bishop of Utah on November 6, 2010. His ministry has featured a commitment to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s “Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement” as well as expanding the church’s role in social justice outreach. He has fought for the dignity of all in immigration laws, health care for all, and marriage and civil rights for all who 

 are made in God’s image. He was one of three sponsors of the successfully passed state Medicaid expansion initiative. He also has been a community leader calling for laws to combat gun violence.

The Most Rev. Michael Curry

The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry is Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church.  He is the Chief Pastor and serves as President and Chief Executive Officer, and as Chair of the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church.

Presiding Bishop Curry was installed as the 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church on November 1, 2015.  He was elected to a nine-year term and confirmed at the 78th General

Convention of The Episcopal Church in Salt Lake City, UT, on June 27, 2015. 

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