March 16, 2017


Please note that Wasatch is trying out Givelify, a new option for electronic loose offerings.  After a 6 month trial period, we will decide as a church whether to continue with the initiative.  For more information, see the website or the handout on Sunday morning. 

At our Maundy Thursday (April 13) worship service this year, the choir will sing Dubois's famous cantata, The Seven Last Words of Christ. We invite all singers to join the choir for this event, with rehearsals each Thursday evening in the choir room from 8:15-9:00. Contact Ken Udy with any questions.
Wasatch is looking for a new Head Custodian. For more information and to see the job description, please see the website or come by the office. 
Marjorie Thompson, Presbyterian minister and author of Soul Feast, will offer a seminar entitled Exploring the Non-Dominant Divine. Join us at 7:00pm on April 20 and 21 in the Fellowship Hall for this guided conversation.  Nearly two thousand years of Christian doctrine have taught “the Sovereignty of God” in ways that may be unhelpful to what we believe and how we relate to Divine Presence. Many Christians assume “God is in control” without thinking deeply about what this means. Terms like dominion, domination, and dominant have their origin in the same Latin root as Dominus (Lord). Yet the Incarnation challenges our human notions of lordship, domination, and dominance. Moreover, modern psychology and spirituality offer insight into how the Holy moves through our non-dominant or “inferior” personality functions. Is it possible that our own non-dominance is in deep resonance with God’s most profound way of being? What sources of spiritual wisdom and practice might help us see more clearly into the divine nature, challenging our prevailing paradigms of God’s way with--and within--us? Through sacred texts, modern and ancient writings, poetry, and conversation, we will explore together what it might mean to celebrate and participate in the Non-Dominant Divine.

We have a new Community Happenings bulletin board in the hallway to the kitchen on the main level.  The board is designed to help share events and news related to the larger community surrounding WPC.  If you'd like to post something , please swing by the church office to get the all clear.

Thank you again for helping us switch to the new office emails -, and  Please note the change from the prior  For more information about these new emails, see the Office FAQ's handout here, in the foyer, & in the office.


Children’s Ministry is taking the lead on sandwich making this month—come lend a hand on Tuesday evening at 7:00. RSVP to Hilary Lambert to make sure we have enough hands: To join the serving team at St. Vincent on Wednesday, please contact

One Great Hour of Sharing is the single, largest way that Presbyterians come together every year to work for a better world.  This year’s offering at Wasatch will be received on Palm Sunday, April 9.


New to Wasatch? Curious about Presbyterians?  Join us Sunday at 10:10amfor Wasatch 101 in Room 116 to find out more about our church community!
Adult Education: Sunday's classes
• Rev. Scott Dalgarno explores the world’s religions through the eyes of scholar Huston Smith in the Library
• MaryJane Chase will finish her class on the Reformation in Rm 356
• A lectionary discussion will be held in Room 355

Pastor's Book Group: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. From the very beginning there was something uncanny about the cancer cells on Henrietta Lacks’s cervix. Rebecca Skloot’s powerful biography explores the life and legacy of this unsung heroine.  Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno to discuss the book on March 21 at 11:00 and 7:00 in the Library.