Sunday School for Youth and Children will not be held this week. Join us January 15 for the new classes for 2017!
Adult Education will offer two classes in January
Tom Mullin will offer a 5 week class “Creating Meaning and Purpose in Life after Trauma” beginning January 8.
Mary Jane Chase discusses the Protestant Reformation beginning Jan 22.
Love the flowers at our worship services? Each week you can dedicate flowers to loved ones for $40. Contact Mary Beth Keidl at email@example.com /414-550-3295 or sign up in Fellowship Hall.
On Thursday, January 12th at IHOP (4550 Highland Dr) at 8:00am, Presbyterian Men will sponsor a “roast” for Donna Henry. How do you roast an angel? Call Art Holloway at 801-674-6721 if you can join us.
WPC is seeking a new Children’s Ministry Director. Anyone interested in joining our staff to work with our amazing families can find the complete job description on the website or in the office downstairs. Posting closes Jan 15.
Pastor’s Book Group is reading Eudora Welty’s short story “Death of a Traveling Salesman”. Pastor Scott will lead a discussion of this personal tale of Mississippi on January 17 at 11:00am and 7:00pm in the Library.
Lost and Found! The pile is growing - please check in the office if you are missing a beloved water bottle, coat, or other item. Items will be donated to charity if not claimed.
Wasatch is a proud member of Family Promise, an interfaith shelter for homeless families in our area. Our first of four annual hosting weeks is coming up - Jan. 22 through Jan 29. There are many opportunities to volunteer and help serve our guest families (setting up, hosting, cooking a meal, even staying overnight). To volunteer or learn more, sign up in Fellowship Hall, check out the Family Promise webpage or email Allison Clements at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendar, on February 12th we will have our Annual Congregational Meeting between services from 10AM to 11AM with a fun look back at 2016, exciting look forward at 2017 and of course delicious food. Details to come!
It’s a New Year and we have plenty of slots available for folks to sign up to bring light refreshments for Coffee Hour. Whether you attend the first or second service, both are in need of volunteers. It's as easy as dropping off your items to the Fellowship Hall kitchen: a member of Congregational Life will take care of the rest. Sign up in Fellowship hall. Contact Courtney Raines at email@example.com with questions.