September 21, 2017

Get to know the Wasatch Library!  Beginning this Sunday, we invite all to swing by during the new "Library Hour" between worship services.  Grab a cup of coffee and join Library Host Guido Sandulli for conversation, book browsing, and an intro to the wonderful Library managed by Beth Phillips.  
Join us this weekend for Sunday School! 4 year olds-6th graders will walk down to the lounge at 10:10 for music and prayer, then proceed to their classrooms. 4 year olds-1st graders will be in the Art Room, 2nd-4th graders will be in the theater room, Club 56 will be in the lounge. Youth gather in the Loft at 10:10. For more information email

Coffee Hour refreshments are needed! Sign up on the clipboards in Fellowship Hall. It's easy: drop off your refreshments on the way to service and you're done! Congregational Life will take care of set up and clean up.

Service at Wasatch

Help feed the hungry!  Join us on Tues Sept 26 at 7pm in the gym tomake sandwiches and on Wed Sept 27 at 4:30pm at St. Vincent DePaul dining room (427 W 200 S) to serve sandwiches.  Servers on Weds must be at least 12 years old and wear shirts with sleeves and closed-toe shoes.
Support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s emergency response and long-term recovery work in the areas affected by recent hurricanes by writing a check to Wasatch Pres. Church with “hurricane assistance” in the memo.
The homeless and low-income population keeps growing, and they are still hungry.  As you're out shopping, please consider food donations toCrossroads Urban Center.  Especially needed are protein items, such as peanut butter, canned tuna, chili, etc. but all donations are welcomed.  Place your donations in the shopping cart near the entrance to the chapel.  Thanks!

The Deacons at Wasatch can use your help! Volunteer to drive those without transportation to church meetings and events, and to make (or purchase) and deliver meals to those in need.  Contact the Church Office to sign up.
Classes and Conversations

Adult Education: Sunday's classes (10:10AM)
--Mary Jane Chase will lead a class on Religious Tolerance during the Protestant Reformation in Room 355
--A lectionary discussion will be held in Room 356
--Positive Parenting, a casual discussion group, will meet in Fellowship Hall
Pastor’s Book Group: Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno in reading The Reformation: A Very Short Introduction by Peter Marshall. Meet TuesdayOctoberat 11:00am or 7:00pm in the Library to discuss this illuminating book about a pivotal moment in western Christianity.