April 6, 2017

Church News

Soul Collage is being offered tomorrow (4/7) from 1:30-3:30pm in Fellowship Hall.  It is a meditative process that engages the imagination and the intuition using images, scissors, paper, and glue in a quiet, prayerful space. You will be amazed by what you discover about yourself. No artistic tendencies required, just an open heart and a willingness to engage. All materials provided. 

Join Women of Wasatch at their April 8th boutique supporting local mission projects.  Market open 10am to 3pm, with luncheon available for $10.
Crossroads Urban Center, YWCA Women in Jeopardy, 4th Street Homeless Pharmacy, St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen, Family Promise, Road Home Shelter,  Utah Youth Mentor Project, The Sharing Place, Youth Resource Center, The Inn Between, Journey of Hope, etc.
Crafts, jewelry, clothing, candle warmers, candies, cosmetics, scarves, designer stationery, wire-wrapped serving pieces, soaps, bags, purses, skin care, quilts, childrens’ books, baby clothing, candy, woven baskets, Tupperware and more.
Bring a canned or non-perishable food item for Crossroads to receive a free ticket for the drawing for a vendor donated item.

Aerobics is cancelled on Saturday – come to the boutique instead!

Come observe Maundy Thursday (Apr 13) with a special Bagby Memorial service, when we will remember our friends who have passed this year and hear the choir sing Dubois's cantata, The Seven Last Words of Christ. 
Join us next week for our Easter celebration! We will have special coffee hours following both services, as well as a chapel time and Easter egg hunt for the children.
The Deacons are collecting orders for Easter lilies! Dedicate the flowers to your loved ones for $15/plant by April 11. Order forms with cash/check can be left in the collection box on Sunday or in the box in the office. For more information contact Jan Thomas at 801-759-2017 or jan.thomas@hsc.utah.edu
Marjorie Thompson, Presbyterian minister and author of Soul Feast, will offer a seminar entitled “Exploring the Non-Dominant Divine” Join us at 7pm onApril 20 and 21 in Fellowship Hall for this guided conversation.

Service at Wastach

Hunger action programs in 29 presbyteries have leveraged $1.6 million for local national, and international hunger work . This year’s One Great Hour of Sharing offering at Wasatch will be received on Sunday.

The youth of Wasatch will be selling assorted Easter chocolates from local gourmet chocolatier, V’s Chocolates, and seeds for your summer garden. Our Sweets and Seeds Fundraiser will be held on Sunday during both coffee hours.  Your purchases will support summer youth 2017 programming  including Camp Tuttle and our 2017 Colorado River Trip.

This coming Sunday, Rafael Kyremes and Jerry Richardson will be taking names after each Worship Service for help with the special Easter Dinner on April 16th for the Homeless at St. Vincent de Paul. Below are the times you can sign-up to help with:
Saturday April  15th: 12pm-2pm  Slicing Ham, peeling potatoes, opening green bean cans, slicing onions
Sunday April 16th:      1pm-2pm:  Meal Preparation
                                      2pm-3pm:  Meal Prep
                                      3pm-4pm    Meal Prep
                                      4pm-5pm:   Meal Prep
                                      5pm-7pm:    Serving and Clean-up
We are having 1 hour sign-ups for Meal Preparation, but you can sign up for more.  It is very important that you sign up on Palm Sunday so we don’t have to take sign-ups on Easter Sunday.  Thank You for considering your service for this opportunity to serve God’s People.  

Classes and Conversations

Adult Education: Sunday’s classes (10:10AM)
• Rev. Scott Dalgarno explores the world’s religions through the eyes of scholar Huston Smith in the Library
• A lectionary discussion will be held in Room 116 (conference room) 
• Guest speakers will present Seeking Understanding of Current Migrant and Refugee Issues beginning April 23.
Book Group: Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family & Culture in Crisis. From a former marine and Yale Law School graduate, a powerful account of growing up in a poor Rust Belt town that offers a broader, probing look at the struggles of America’s white working class.  Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno to discuss the book on April 18 at 11:00 and 7:00 in the Library.