Episcopalians Participate in Interfaith Service Project at Welfare Square

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Spouses of Episcopalian Church leaders package cheddar cheese as part of a service project at Welfare Square during their church’s general convention in Salt Lake City. Image via LDS.org.

This article was originally published in Church News. Below is an excerpt.

More than 10,000 members of the Episcopal Church gathered for the faith’s 78th annual general convention in Salt Lake City from June 25 to July 3.

It was the first time the convention, held for Episcopalian Church leaders and their spouses, has been held in Utah. As part of the convention, attendees participated in an interfaith service project at Welfare Square with Latter-day Saints to package cheddar cheese, bag and slice bread, and bottle salsa on June 29.

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Bridget is a newsroom writer at LDS.net. She graduated in April 2015 from Brigham Young University in communications with an emphasis of public relations. She served a Spanish speaking LDS mission in McAllen, Texas. She is a skilled pianist and an expert baker of chocolate chip cookies.