Women of Wasatch
The Presbyterian Women of Wasatch connect with the women in our congregation, our community, and worldwide. Many opportunities are available for serving, nurturing and supporting the mission of the church. Luncheons and/or programs are presented monthly, as well as a stitching group, book club, and bible study. Special activities such as Bunco and Bingo provide funds to support the international projects of the Thank and Birthday Offerings. Click here for the May WOW calendar.
Pastor's Book Club
The Pastor's Book Group (usually) meets on the third Tuesday of each month. The book choice is always non-fiction. They meet to discuss the books in the church library on the Main Level.
May's book Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail is a 2012 memoir by Cheryl Strayed describing her 1,100-mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail in 1995 as a journey of self-discovery. Join Pastor Scott Dalgarno to discuss the book on May 16 at 11:00am and 7:00pm in the Library.
The library at WPC is open to all and includes a wide range of books on religion, as well as art, social sciences, biography and fiction. About a third of the holdings are for youth and children, including board books for toddlers up through young adult offerings. The library is self serve, open Sunday mornings and during the week on Thursdays and Fridays, or by request
Women's Bible Study
A bible study of about 10-12 women, this is a friendly, welcoming group that meets every Thursday from 6:30-7:30am in Fellowship Hall. To join, just arrive at the church at 6:30 AM any Thursday and enter through the front doors of Fellowship Hall. Bring the Bible you most like to read or borrow one of the Bibles from the Sanctuary.
Recently divorced or separated? Solo Sisters is an informal affiliation of women at WPC who share your status - and perhaps some of your unique experiences. We gather about quarterly to share a supportive meal and love, tears and laughter. Always confidential and no advice given (unless you ask for it).
Presbyterian Men offers the opportunity for fellowship, discussion of faith issues, and fun. We meet at 8 AM Thursday at IHOP Restaurant, Highland Drive and 4500 South. All are welcome.
Boy Scout Troop 38 is open, welcoming, and diverse and offers Scouting activities based in service, skills, and outdoor opportunities for ages 11-17. Boys from all faith backgrounds (or lack of) are welcome.
Salt Shakers is a social potluck dinner program hosted at people's homes where we can get to know our fellow Wasatchian's and friends in a new and informal way while sharing in great food and drink---three times a year! Thanks be to God!