Children's Ministry at Wasatch is an active, vibrant community that supports children ages birth-6th grade and their families. Activities and opportunities offered through Children's Ministry are outlined below. For more information, contact Hilary Lambert, Director of Children's Ministry - email@example.com.
Sunday School is offered during the academic year for children 4 yrs-6th grade. Sunday begins at 10:00am and concludes at 11:00am. For more information on Sunday school classes, click here.
Childcare is available in the Nursery on the main level every Sunday from 8:45am-12:30pm. Ages 4 and under are welcome at any point in the Nursery. In addition, Sunday School for kids under 4 is also offered from 10:15-11am.
Children’s Ministry offers a variety of activities that help families get to know in each and grow in their faith as a community. Some of these activities include monthly Friday Family Fun Nights at the church, special outings such as bowling, ice skating, swimming, and seasonal celebrations such as a Halloween Party, Advent Festival, and an Easter Celebration.
Recognizing the different needs, desires, and abilities of the oldest in Children’s Ministry, Club 56 provides special fellowship activities, leadership opportunities, and service projects for our 5th and 6th graders. Click here for more information on Club 56.
Children ages PK-3rd grade have the opportunity to attend Camp Wasatch, which is designed to provide a Vacation Bible School-like experience during early evenings in June. Children share in games, art, and music for three evenings from 5:30-7pm. Dates will be coming soon!
Each summer WPC sends a group of kiddos to Camp Tuttle Episcopal Camp in Big Cottonwood Canyon. We're so glad we have this partnership with Camp Tuttle and think camp is such an empowering, fun place for young people. This year camp for 3rd-4th graders is June 24-27 and the 5th-6th grade camp is July 8-13. If your child is interested, please fill out this Google form.
Camp Tuttle offers a ropes course with a wide variety of low events and some exciting high events, and can accommodate people and groups of all ages and abilities!
There's also beautiful hiking trails, a wide range of activities such as basketball, bread making, theater, arts and crafts, rock climbing, talent shows, music, campfires, counselor hunt and other fun group games. The camp community shares in services filled with great friends and fun music. Services are led by Episcopal priests from all around Utah and beyond!
Children in 3rd-6th grades serve as acolytes during the 11:15 worship service each Sunday. For more information on acolytes, click here.