November 25, 1206

Celebrate the wonder of Advent at an evening of fellowship for all ages.  Share in a soup supper, design your own luminary, try ringing handbells, sing carols at the piano, create an Advent scene with costumes and live animals, and visit our Advent prayer stations.  Advent Festival Dec 4 at 5pm 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.

 Poinsettias: Order forms are available in the office or from Jan Thomas 801-759-2017 or Flowers can be dedicated to loved ones and cost $15/plant.

 Wasatch Youth are selling Christmas wreaths - use the order form in Fellowship Hall to sign up.  Wreaths available for pick up on Dec 4.

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

 Crossroads Collection: Thanks to all who contributed! Over 399 pounds of food were donated last Sunday. 

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

 Sudanese Christmas Project - Please support our Sudanese refugee families with a donation towardsSmith'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

Wasatch 101: Join Doug Howe on Sunday at 10:10 to find out more about the Presbyterian Church and our congregation in Rm116.

December book: 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..