City Presbyterian ChurchStriving to Make Christ’s Love Public

Loving God

  • Worshiping God Together
  • Following Jesus Everywhere

Loving People

  • Offering Genuine Hospitality
  • Welcoming The Broken

Loving The City

  • Seeking The Welfare Of The City
  • Engaging The Public Sphere



Other Media


Mark Peach
Mark PeachPastor

Mark is a Utah native who loves Salt Lake City. After graduating from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis with a Master of Divinity, he was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America.

Prior to his current role of planting City Presbyterian, Mark served as Assistant Pastor at New Song Presbyterian in Salt Lake City. Mark is married to Melissa who is also a Utah native. Mark and Melissa have three children, Noelle, Luke, and Max.

Mark serves his community as a member of the Downtown Plan SLC Advisory Group. He has also been involved with the Downtown Salt Lake City Streetcar Stakeholders group and is an advocate for Salt Lake City becoming a more walkable, bikeable, and livable city.

Mark enjoys city life. He can often be found bicycling in the city on his singlespeed cruiser. He also enjoys music of all kinds. Among his favorite musical artists are Miles Davis, The National, TV on the Radio, John Coltrane, and Sufjan Stevens.

Mark is a contributor to the book, “Heal Us, Emmanuel: A Call to Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church.”

You can send Mark an email directly at:

Danny Maland
Danny MalandAudio Human

Danny, like Mark, is a Utah native. Danny’s role in facilitating ministry is a technological one, supported by his Vocational Diploma in Audio Production from The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences, as well as his Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Western Governors University.

Before becoming a member of City Presbyterian, Danny was involved in New Song Underground, an outreach ministry of New Song Presbyterian that provided local bands with a performance venue. Danny has been doing one thing or another with sound and music for over two decades. His penchant for attempting unorthodox solutions sometimes gets him into trouble, and when chasing down certain problems, he’s been known to say, “You’d think I’d be better at this by now.”

Danny is also a developer at BlueDoor Software, where he tells computers what to do, and – on occasion – will actually get the results he expects.

Danny’s website, The Small Venue Survivalist, is a blog that addresses show production and business topics for events presented to audiences of 200 or fewer.

Carly Ho
Carly HoNursery Director

Carly Ho is a sophomore at the University of Utah double majoring in biology and business management. She envisions managing pharmaceutical research as her future career.

Currently she volunteers as an undergraduate researcher in a neurobiology and anatomy lab which investigates asymmetry in vital organs. She is also a business scholar and honors student at the University of Utah.

Outside of academics, Carly plays for the U of U tennis club. She is also in several leadership positions through student government for the university which include Discrimination and Harassment Hearing Committee with ASUU and Leadership Counsel with Phi Eta Sigma, an honor society. Lastly, she also loves competing in case competitions as a business scholar due to her high school experience of competing and training members for Nationals in DECA. Her team placed second in the national Daniel Ethics Consortium Competition this past year. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends, going to concerts, and babysitting.

Kingdom Of ColorThree Salt Lake City congregations examine race, ethnicity, and The Gospel.



The Kingdom Of Color Series Kit: Additional readings prepared by pastors from Missio Dei, New Song Presbyterian, and City Presbyterian.

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Whether you are inquiring, skeptical, or wanting to grow in Christian faith here are a few resources to guide you.  We have also provided a list of some of our community and ministry partners.

Exploring Christianity:

Finding God at Harvard: Spiritual Journeys of Thinking Christians by Kelly Monroe Kullberg

The God I Don’t Understand: Reflections on Tough Questions of Faith by Christopher J.H. Wright

The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller

The Christian Life:

New Way to Be Human: A Provocative Look at What it Means to Follow Jesus by Charlie Peacock-Asworth

The Walk: Steps for New and Renewed Followers of Jesus by Stephen Smallman


The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible’s Grand Narrative by Christopher J.H. Wright

Christianity and Science:

Science and Faith: Friends or Foes? by C. John Collins

Christianity and The City:

Sidewalks in the Kingdom: New Urbanism and the Christian Faith by Eric O. Jacobson

The Space Between: A Christian Engagement with the Built Environment by Eric O. Jacobson

To Transform a City: Whole Church, Whole Gospel, Whole City by Eric Swanson and Sam Williams

Christianity and the Environment:

Earthwise: A Guide to Hopeful Creation Care by Calvin B. DeWitt

Christianity and Hospitality:

Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition by Christine D. Pohl

Marriage and Family:

The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God by Timothy Keller with Kathy Keller

Real Sex: The Naked Truth about Chastity by Lauren Winner

Take Back Your Marriage: Sticking Together in a World That Pulls Us Apart by William J. Doherty


Baby’s Hug-a-Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones

The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name by Sally Lloyd-Jones

Thought to Make Your Heart Sing by Sally Lloyd-Jones


Canyon Road: A Book of Prayer by Kari Kristina Reeves

Christian Worldview:

Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview by Albert M. Wolters


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