June 29, 2019

We had a handful of third and fourth graders spend the week at Camp Tuttle enjoying fun, fellowship and growing in God's love. They learned about themselves and the Lord while playing in God's beautiful creation in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

For those who are at home and looking for something fun to do, it has been suggested that we create a database of easy summer boredom busters to share.  So, if you or your kids have a favorite summer activity that is easy to do, email me and tell me about it.  I'll post all the ideas in next week's email and on the church website...so next time you're faced with the groan "we don't know what to do!" you'll have a treasure trove of ideas!

Here is one of my favorite summer activities that James and I enjoy: ice cube painting!  Put some coloring in some water in an ice cube tray, add a popsicle stick and freeze.  Then paint to your hearts delight!

This Sunday we continue with our summer worship schedule.  There will be one service beginning at 10 a.m. that includes elements of both worship services.  Coffee hour will follow!

JULY 3RD BBQ - Tuesday, July 3, 6 p.m.
Join the congregation for our annual all-church BBQ in Sugarhouse Park.  There will be face painting, yard games, Bingo, snow cones and of course- burgers and hot dogs.  Bring a side dish to share and a lawn chair for extra seating.


I am in need of 6-8 folks willing to help clean up at the end of the BBQ.  We will be tearing down table cloths and tables and moving items into cars.  Please email hlambert@wpcslc.org if you and your family can help.  Thanks in advance!

Sunday, July 15, 6-8 p.m.
This month we are reading the book entitled, A River in Darkness: One Man's Escape from North Korea by Masaji Ishikawa . Get July's book for only $1.99 on Kindle!

Wednesday July 18, 9-11 a.m.
We will have 2 guest speakers who are early childhood teachers talk about school readiness and the many school choices in SLC.  RSVP to hlambert@wpcslc.org.

Hilary Lambert
Director of Children's Ministry