Help needed

Hildegarde’s Pantry– We need big bags of pinto beans and rice and small bags of chick peas or split peas.  In January, we served 2564 individuals (539 children and 475 seniors). Thank you to all who help with food and financial contributions.

Clothing Donations – Hildegarde’s Pantry is not set up to accept clothing donations.  Contact the Junior League’s Women Helping Women Clothing Boutique .They need interview and work-ready women’s clothing in good condition call 801-328-1019. To donate clothing and household items, contact the Crossroads Thrift Store at 801-359-8837.

Interpreters for General Convention:  Individuals with language skills, particularly Spanish and French are needed to talk and explain things to participants at the sessions.  Professional translators will do the written translations.  If interested, contact The Rev. Anita Catron Miner, or 801- 842-8764.

Charitable Giving Opportunities – For more information about Heifer International or Episcopal Relief and Development please read your “News from The Cathedral Church of St. Mark” email.  If you are not receiving this email and would like to be added to the list, please contact Canon Ball (

Our Recycle Bins located around the complex – Vicki Evans, our super sleuth, has found that Salt Lake City (Rocky Mountain Recycling) will accept our flexible plastic, such as plastic bags and plastic wrapping, in curbside bins.  But still NO hard, crinkly plastic in our blue bins (no candy wrappers, no granola bar wrappers).  Waste Management from West Jordan does not accept any plastic bags, so if you are outside Salt Lake City, check with your recycle company.      Remove caps and empty plastic bottles and aluminum cans before recycling.

Collecting Information – We would like to recognize your birthdays and anniversaries.  Laura Reilly will be heading up this project.  Please help us update our records by submitting your information to her by email:, phone 801-322-3400, or stop by the office.

Coffee hour – A gentle reminder, please help our staff and volunteers by bringing your own dishes to the pass through window in the kitchen after you have used them.  Thank you!

Cards to Share?  Cards are sent to parishioners for a variety of reasons, such as birthday, get well, thinking of you, holidays.  If you have an abundance of greetings cards, consider bringing some in for us to use to keep people connected to our community even when they are not able to be with us.