Cathedral Columbarium Pricing Information – Two Niches purchased at the same time $700. Single Niche $400. Common Area Space $200. Payment plans are available. Please contact the church office for more information. 801-322-3400.
Book Cart – Once again the book cart is ready for your book donations. Please leave your additions on the book cart located in the Deans’ Hall.
If you are not receiving e-mail from St. Mark’s (this differs from Living Boldly or other Diocesan e-mail) and would like to receive notices of events and programs, please send an email to email@example.com and include your name, e-mail, and phone number. We are asking for phone in case the e-mail address cannot be interpreted. Please be clear if the e-mail address is case sensitive. This information will not be shared outside the parish. Thank you.
Cathedral Cookbook – we will be publishing the cookbook in 2013. We are still accepting recipe submissions and would love to include your favorite(s). For more information contact Nancy Lium 801-363-6371.
The Mustard Seed – We have a new selection of crosses, a new selection of gently used jewelry that was generously donated, books, and pashminas. Please come in after the service to see what we have and to say “Hello!”
Recycle Tip – We kindly ask no food wrappers be placed in the recycle bins. Thank you for removing the lids and emptying plastic bottles.
Sunday Parking and the Questar Lot – Questar has sold the parking lot that we have been using on Sundays and for special events. We currently do not know who the new owner is or what they have planned for the lot. We realize that this causes a degree of inconvenience. Street parking and parking at the pay lot on Social Hall Avenue are some options.
Library books- A gentle reminder to please return books to the Cathedral Library if you have any.
Community Food Co-Op – Interested in fresh produce, local food products and organic or gluten-free items? The Community Food Co-Op is back. Pre-order twice a month (online, by phone or by mail) for pick up at multiple locations throughout the county or visit the Co-Op Market Sale, Monday and Thursday, 3:30-6:30, 1726 South 700 West. Think of a mini farmers’ market, but inside. Savings on many items are 25-50% less than in a traditional brick-and-mortar store. Details on ordering and pick up locations https://thecommunitycoop.org or call them at (801) 850-9457 or on the bulletin board in the Deans’ Hall.
Everyone has a story to tell – memories of growing up, memories of family, memories of life at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark. Would you like to record your story to share with your family or friends? This recording project was inspired by the Community of Hope and is available to anyone at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark who is interested. For details, please contact Nancy Appleby at 801-484-1965 or firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to me at Coffee Hour.
Lost and Found – If you have lost something, we may have found it. Look for the Lost & Found box under the information table in the Deans Hall. Many new items have been discovered.
Public Safety Matters: Bicyclists – Bicyclists frequently weave in between cars and pass on the right; run yellow (and sometimes red) lights and stop signs; fail to yield to pedestrians, especially in crosswalks; ride against traffic (in the street, in bike lanes, on sidewalks); and lack adequate safety lights, reflective clothing or other devices to increase visibility to oncoming traffic at night.
Request from Mayor Ralph Becker—“We are hoping to get a comprehensive understanding of the barriers our residents face to accessing healthy and nutritious foods so we can craft better policies and programs to overcome those issues. I ask for your assistance and encourage you to visit the Salt Lake City website to complete a survey, which will, in turn, help the Food Policy Task Force in making measured, educated recommendations on the future of food policy in our city.” This anonymous survey should take about 15min to complete. Go to: www.slcgov.com/foodmap