THIS THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT: “THE RESCUE”
We continue on our Lenten journey in our Redemption Song series with “The Rescue” this Sunday. Abram and Lot had gone their separate ways due to their families and possessions having grown too large for them to occupy the same area. Lot, having settled in the same plain as Sodom and Gomorrah, gets caught up in a geo-political dispute that leads to war. Lot finds himself on the losing side with he and all his household captive to the pagan king, Chedorlaomer of Elam. Upon hearing the news, Abram gathers a coalition and along with 318 of his own fighting men, pursues and defeats Chedorlaomer, rescuing Lot. As patriarch, he placed himself and his men at great risk in order to redeem Lot.
EASTER LILY ORDERS
The Deacons are now taking orders for Easter Lilies at $15.00 per plant. Orders must be received no later than Sunday, April 14, and forms are available in the church sanctuary or in the office. When placing your order, include a dedication for your loved ones.
SOUP KITCHEN NEXT WEEK
Next week is our week to help support St. Vincent DePaul Dining Hall, which means that:
All ages are invited and encouraged to join us for sandwich making on Tuesday night, at 7:00 p.m. in the Gym. It takes about one hour and is a great activity for families.
Ages 12 and up are invited and encouraged to join us for serving at the soup kitchen on Wednesday, at 4:30 p.m. at St Vincent DePaul downtown at 437 W 200 S.
LOST AND FOUND CLEAN OUT
We have a number of unclaimed items (sunglasses, car keys, earrings, jackets, coffee mugs etc.) in the main church office. Unclaimed items will be donated after April 5th, so make sure to stop by and see if anything is yours.
A LENTEN RETREAT
This retreat will be led by former Director of Spiritual Formation Heather Monkmeyer. All are invited to gather on the threshold of holy week for a spacious day of opening to the surprises God might have for each of us. In a contemplative setting, and with a spirit of wonder, we’ll engage scripture, poetry, art and music, each as a different language of prayer with a mix of individual and community time on Saturday, April 13th, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Please RSVP by April 7th, either via the online sign-up or the clipboard in Fellowship Hall.
SUMMER IS AROUND THE CORNER, SAVE THE DATES FOR CAMP TUTTLE!
The dates for camp this year are:
Rising 3rd & 4th graders - June 23 - 26.
Rising 5th & 6th graders - July 7 - 12.
Rising 7th & 8th graders - July 14 - 19.
High School Adventure Camp - July 21 – 26.
More registration information is coming soon!
Join us at the Royal Banquet on April 27, 2019 at the Hidden Valley Country Club, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. to support Royal Family Kids. It’s an evening of good food, good friends, silent and live auctions, and all for a very worthy cause! The Annual Royal Family Kids Camp is a summer camp for abused and neglected children. For tickets, to volunteer, donations, and general information, visit their website.
SUNDAY SCHOOL & ADULT EDUCATION
Children’s Ministry - Main Level Classrooms
Youth - Loft
Adult Ed. “The Story of God” film series - Each week a religious question is raised and it is answered by examining the positions of various world religions. Led by David Harris in Room 355.
Adult Ed. Lectionary Class - Room 356
Adult Ed. Wasatch 101 - Are you new to Wasatch and have questions about how things at the church work? If so, this may be the class for you. We meet in Room 116 downstairs. Please email Doug Howe for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday Evening Adult Ed. Class
New Ways To Read The Bible - It’s not too late, you’ve still got time. You’re welcome to attend, even if you haven't come before. Over the next few weeks we’ll continue to take a progressive Christian look at the gospel of John and the last week of Jesus’ life. Mondays from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. in RM 355.
Upcoming Adult Ed. Class
Meditation Class - Join us each Sunday in room 355, beginning April 7th from 8:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., (During the Summer 9:15-10:00 a.m.) for a class on “Manifesting God within and around through prayer, meditation, sacred readings and mindfulness”.