October 13, 2017

Youth are invited to join in for Night Games tomorrow (Oct 14th) night at the church – 6:30pm.  Contact Dawn Fleishman with any questions –dfleishman@wpcslc.org808.250.3557.

Fall photos!  Sign up here to have your family portrait taken by our fantastic photographer Brad Leinberger.  $60 sessions will be held onNovember 4 and 5 and proceeds go to the Children’s Ministry fund.

We plan to print a new picture Directory this November!  Help us make sure everyone is included by (1) sending in your digital photos toreception@wpcslc.org (2) making sure your contact information is current. 

Join Children's Ministry for the annual Halloween Extravaganzaon October 29 at 5pm. Club 56 & Youth will create a "spook alley" and there will be crafts, games, a soup dinner and dessert. Bring a salad/side dish to share, wear your costume, and be ready for some fun!

Wasatch is seeking a paid childcare provider to help with Tuesday10:00amBible Study.  If you‘re interested in this position, please let Rebecca Sandulli know!
 
CM and Youth need your help to support our KidsEat service project which serves children who receive free meals at school during the week, but lack adequate access to food over the weekend. Please grab a card(s) in Fellowship Hall with a specified donation and bring your items to church by October 29. Thank you!

The annual Library Book Sale is on November 5! Peruse the sale during both coffee hours and drop of any donations at the library before then.


Service at Wasatch


The homeless and low-income population keeps growing, and they are still hungry.  As you're out shopping, please consider non-perishable food donations to Crossroads Urban Center.  Place your donations in the shopping cart near the entrance to the chapel.  Thanks!

The Deacons at Wasatch can use your help! Volunteer to drive those without transportation to church meetings and events, and to make (or purchase) and deliver meals to those in need.  Contact the Church Office to sign up.

  
Classes and Conversations


Adult Education: (10:10AM)

  • October 15 and 29: “Deacon Activities of the early John Calvin Church” led by Pastor Scott Dalgarno in Room 356
  • October 22: “Hymns of Martin Luther” led by Ken Udy in the Sanctuary until 10:45am
  • October 15, 22, 29 : A lectionary discussion held in Room 355
  • October 15. 22, 29: Positive Parenting, a casual discussion group, by the kitchen on the main floor

 
Pastor’s Book Group: Tuesday October 17 - Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno in reading South and West by Joan Didion. Meet at 11:00am or 7:00pmin the Library to discuss this chronicle of her 1970 road trip through California.

October 5th, 2017

Family Fun Night for all CM and Youth families is tonight at 6pm!  Join us for pizza, games and casual fellowship, and help us give the Fleishman family a warm Wasatch welcome.  Meet in the Loft at 6pm.  RSVP to Hilary Lambert so she can order enough pizza and bring a side dish to share!

Family Photo Fundraiser! Sign up to have your family portrait taken by our fantastic photographer Brad Leinberger.  Sessions will be held on November 4 and 5 and proceeds go to the Children’s Ministry fund. Click here to sign up!

Please note that the Positive Parenting class has moved downstairs, to the table by the big kitchen on the main floor. The move was made in recognition of the many demands on Fellowship Hall space on Sunday mornings and in support of Children’s Ministry needs. 

Wasatch is seeking a caregiver to help with childcare during Tuesday10:00amBible Study.  If youare interested in this paid position, please let Rebecca Sandulli know - rsandulli@wpcslc.org.

 We're aiming to print a new picture Directory this November!  Help us make sure everyone is included by (1) sending in your digital photos toreception@wpcslc.org.  (2) making sure your contact information is up-to-date.  Stop by the table in Fellowship Hall to review current Directory information and make any edits.  

Coffee Hour refreshments are needed! Sign up on the clipboards in Fellowship Hall. It's easy: drop off your refreshments on the way to service and you're done! Congregational Life will take care of set up and clean up.

Our phone system upgrade is finally done, so we encourage everyone to utilize the new voicemails available for staff.  The best part is that voicemails now forward to staff emails, making it easier for staff to stay connected when they are working off-site.  Thank you for your patience during this long process!
 

Service at Wasatch
 

CM and Youth need your help to support our KidsEat service project which serves children who receive free meals at school during the week, but lack adequate access to food over the weekend. Please grab a card(s) in Fellowship Hall with a specified donation and bring your items to church by October 29. Thank you!
 
Get to know the Wasatch Library!  We invite all to swing by during the new "Library Hour" between worship services.  Also, note that the Library Book Sale will be November 5th.  If you’re clearing shelves and wish to donate books to the sale, please leave them in in the Library - or at the at the church office.

The homeless and low-income population keeps growing, and they are still hungry.  As you're out shopping, please consider non-perishable food donations to Crossroads Urban Center.  Place your donations in the shopping cart near the entrance to the chapel.  Thanks!

The Deacons at Wasatch can use your help! Volunteer to drive those without transportation to church meetings and events, and to make (or purchase) and deliver meals to those in need.  Contact the Church Office to sign up.
 

Classes and Conversations

 
Adult Education: Sunday classes (10:10AM)
· Mary Jane Chase will lead a class on Religious Tolerance during the Protestant Reformation in Room 355
· A lectionary discussion will be held in Room 356
· Positive Parenting, a casual discussion group, will meet at the table by the kitchen on the main floor
 
Pastor’s Book Group: Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno in reading South and West by Joan Didion. Meet Tuesday October 19 at 11:00am or 7:00pm in the Library to discuss this chronicle of her 1970 road trip through California.

September 30, 2017

A very warm thank you to Terresa Newport for her time with us as Interim Pastoral Associate.  Wasatch was blessed to have her on staff, and we are blessed going forward to have her as a member and volunteer!
 
A very warm welcome to Andrew and Dawn Fleishman, who join us this weekend as our new Pastoral Associate and Youth Director, respectively. They just arrived from Washington state with their three children.  Be sure to say hi during Coffee Hour!
 
Coffee Hour refreshments are needed! Sign up on the clipboards in Fellowship Hall. It's easy: drop off your refreshments on the way to service and you're done! Congregational Life will take care of set up and clean up.

Our phone system upgrade is finally done, so we encourage everyone to utilize the new voicemails available for staff.  The best part is that voicemails now forward to staff emails, making it easier for staff to stay connected when they are working off-site.  Thank you for your patience during this long process!

Please note that the Positive Parenting class has moved downstairs, to the table by the big kitchen on the Main Floor. The move was made in recognition of the many demands on Fellowship Hall space on Sunday mornings, as well as in support of Children’s Ministry needs.
 

 Service at Wasatch


Get to know the Wasatch Library!  We invite all to swing by during the new"Library Hour" between worship services.  Also, notes that the Library Book Sale will be November 5th.  If you’re clearing shelves and wish to donate books to the sale, please leave them in in the Library - or at the at the church office.
 
Support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s emergency response and long-term recovery work in the areas affected by recent hurricanes by writing a check to Wasatch Pres. Church with “hurricane assistance” in the memo.

The homeless and low-income population keeps growing, and they are still hungry.  As you're out shopping, please consider non-perishable food donations to Crossroads Urban Center.  Place your donations in the shopping cart near the entrance to the chapel.  Thanks!
 

 Classes and Conversations

 
Adult Education: today’s classes (10:10AM)
· Mary Jane Chase will lead a class on Religious Tolerance during the Protestant Reformation in Room 355
· A lectionary discussion will be held in Room 356
· Positive Parenting, a casual discussion group, will meet at the table by the kitchen on the main floor
 
Pastor’s Book Group: Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno in reading . Meet Tuesday Octoberat 11:00am or 7:00pm in the Library to discuss.

September 21, 2017

Get to know the Wasatch Library!  Beginning this Sunday, we invite all to swing by during the new "Library Hour" between worship services.  Grab a cup of coffee and join Library Host Guido Sandulli for conversation, book browsing, and an intro to the wonderful Library managed by Beth Phillips.  
 
Join us this weekend for Sunday School! 4 year olds-6th graders will walk down to the lounge at 10:10 for music and prayer, then proceed to their classrooms. 4 year olds-1st graders will be in the Art Room, 2nd-4th graders will be in the theater room, Club 56 will be in the lounge. Youth gather in the Loft at 10:10. For more information email hlambert@wpcslc.org.

Coffee Hour refreshments are needed! Sign up on the clipboards in Fellowship Hall. It's easy: drop off your refreshments on the way to service and you're done! Congregational Life will take care of set up and clean up.

Service at Wasatch

Help feed the hungry!  Join us on Tues Sept 26 at 7pm in the gym tomake sandwiches and on Wed Sept 27 at 4:30pm at St. Vincent DePaul dining room (427 W 200 S) to serve sandwiches.  Servers on Weds must be at least 12 years old and wear shirts with sleeves and closed-toe shoes.
 
Support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s emergency response and long-term recovery work in the areas affected by recent hurricanes by writing a check to Wasatch Pres. Church with “hurricane assistance” in the memo.
 
The homeless and low-income population keeps growing, and they are still hungry.  As you're out shopping, please consider food donations toCrossroads Urban Center.  Especially needed are protein items, such as peanut butter, canned tuna, chili, etc. but all donations are welcomed.  Place your donations in the shopping cart near the entrance to the chapel.  Thanks!

The Deacons at Wasatch can use your help! Volunteer to drive those without transportation to church meetings and events, and to make (or purchase) and deliver meals to those in need.  Contact the Church Office to sign up.
 
 
Classes and Conversations

 
Adult Education: Sunday's classes (10:10AM)
--Mary Jane Chase will lead a class on Religious Tolerance during the Protestant Reformation in Room 355
--A lectionary discussion will be held in Room 356
--Positive Parenting, a casual discussion group, will meet in Fellowship Hall
 
Pastor’s Book Group: Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno in reading The Reformation: A Very Short Introduction by Peter Marshall. Meet TuesdayOctoberat 11:00am or 7:00pm in the Library to discuss this illuminating book about a pivotal moment in western Christianity.