Blood drive Monday, June 5 from noon to 6pm.   

Join us Sundays for Holy Communion Worship at 10:30am in-person or on Facebook . We are located at 175 South and 700 East in Salt Lake City.

At Mount Tabor we believe that living God’s love begins with the open invitation to all people to join us at the Meal that is central to our worship life. 

Inclusive, unconditional love meets us where Christ gives himself freely to us.  In the Meal of holy communion, we remember and celebrate Jesus’ sacrificial love that empowers our serving in the world.

For us, “grace” means that God meets us just as we are with joy and new life.  This is why we worship God together every week.

The Spirit of God has made an open invitation to meet us every week in this special way, in the Meal of grace.  All are invited.  All are welcome:  young and old, doubters and believers, seekers and disciples.  Our diversity at the Meal reflects the beauty of our Creator’s wisdom. 

Come celebrate with us and be empowered by God’s love for justice, peace, and community!  


ELCA Launches Truth and Healing Movement



The ELCA’s Truth & Healing Movement will enlist and empower members to become involved in the areas of focus started by the task force: development of appropriate settler narrative from a Lutheran perspective; encouraging the ritual practice of land acknowledgement; understanding Lutheran participation in Indian Boarding Schools; and support for communities impacted by murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls. The movement will also offer ways to participate in the national Truth and Healing Movement.

Learn more about Indigenous Ministries and Tribal Relations. And visit Truth & Healing Movement for activities and ideas for May and June.


Among the first opportunities to learn the true history and current realities of Indigenous people is an online class “Indian 101” presented by Vance Blackfox on Thursday, June 1, from 10:00am to Noon MT. More info here.


The general population knows very little about the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island. Even the most basic topics are often grand mysteries. This is by design; for centuries the colonial project has prioritized the complete erasure of Native people. “Indian 101” explains some of these basics to build a foundation for students to stand in solidarity with Indian people across the United States as we work together to dismantle longstanding systems of oppression.


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