December 3, 2016

The Advent Festival is this Sunday Dec 4 - from 5-7pm in Fellowship Hall. Celebrate the wonder of Advent with a soup supper, carol singing, handbell ringing, live animals, nativity costumes, luminary making, prayer stations, and a bake sale for the Youth.  If you can help by contributing a crockpot of soup, contact Courtney Raines at 801.656.9925 or see the sign-up sheet in Fellowship Hall.

Try a new Advent spiritual practice: Soul Collage on Dec 9 and 17 or Centering Prayer every Tuesday evening at 6:30pm. Visit the chapel throughout the season to engage in the Advent story through our prayer stations.

Adult Education:  Week two of the class exploring Advent scriptures alongside the works of Van Gogh will be offered at 10:10am in the Library.

A memorial service for beloved Wasatch member Dottie Confair will be held Saturday Dec 10th at 2pm. 

To order Poinsettias for Christmas, see the forms available in the office or contact Jan Thomas 801-759-2017 or Jan.Thomas@hsc.utah.edu. Flowers can be dedicated to loved ones and cost $15/plant.

Christmas wreaths ordered through the Youth will be available for pick-up this Sunday, at either Coffee Hour or at the Advent Festival. 

Alternative Gift Market on Sunday during both coffee hours! Choose meaningful gifts from a selection of 30 projects assisting communities across the globe.

Support a child in foster care this Christmas! Visit the Giving Tree in Fellowship Hall to sign up on Sunday. Gifts should be unwrapped and returned by Dec. 11.

Sudanese Christmas Project - Please support our Sudanse refugee families with a donation towards Smith's gift cards.  These families are in need of the basic necessities of life and have limited incomes. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Jane will be accepting donations at the Alternative Gift Market table. Questions: Jane at 801-466-2727

December book group: Tribe by Sebastian Junger.  Tribe explains why we are stronger when we come together, and how that can be achieved in today's divided world. Pastor Scott will lead the discussion of this book on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 11:00am and 7:00pm in the church library on the main floor.