PCCC Youth will be providing a meal in SLC to families in transition. We will be cooking a stir fry/Wok style food. There will be vegetarian options for those who do not eat meat.
We will arrive at the church in time to have food ready buffet style by 6:30 pm. If you are traveling with the Evening Host your shift will be 5 to 8.
Each student involved will be required to help prepare food along with cleaning up and having things in order for the next group the following night.
Who: Youth & Chaperones
Where: First United Methodist Church (203 S 200 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111)
When: Sunday Feb. 24th. Meet at church 4:30pm to carpool down by 5pm. Expect to return to church by 8:45pm for pick up.
Solo’s Brunch Bunch! each 1st Sunday @ noon . All who attend church solo & are looking for connection we rotate between brunch establishments of PC & Heber. Single, lost your spouse, or if your spouse prefers to stay home Sundays, this is for you! Great conversation & breakfast/lunch with others. Look for an announcement in the church bulletin or in the enews for each month’s location. March BB will be held at WIndy Ridge Cafe 1250 Iron Horse Dr.. Interest & ?’s Michael Jeppesen at email@example.com
Sleds and Smore’s!
Join us on Sunday for the best time man has been having on the side of a hill with snow… Sledding! We will meet at Jeremy Ranch O’Shucks at 4pm and ride over to the park just around the corner on Pinebrook blvd.
Cost is free and all ages are welcome to attend! Bring a sled and dress warm. Don’t forget gloves and waterproof pants! Last time we went this time of year it was cold!! W
We will also have a small bonfire and smores/hotdogs as snacks for everyone to enjoy. Invite your friends! Hope to see you there!
Making Sense of the Bible - Book by Adam Hamilton
Each Wednesday we join in honest conversation about the Bible. With foundational questions such as, how and when the Bible was written. Who decided which books made it into scriptures and why? How literally must we read it? And is the bible ever wrong?
In approachable and inviting language, Hamilton addresses the often misunderstood biblical themes leading readers to a deeper appreciation of the Bible so that we might hear God speak through it and find its words to be life-changing and life-giving.
So come join us as it is never too late to get started! This is a 15 week study with books available for purchase in the study group.
Contact Natalie Herron if you would like to know more. firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday’s 2-3 pm. Join in on the book discussion Mending the Divide. We will discuss the authors invitation to mend brokenness with tools to transforms. The authors help us understand that peace is not the absence of conflict-peace is when relationships once severed have been repaired and restored. Every Monday until March 4th. contact email@example.com with questions.
Calling all Huggers! PCCC's Children and Youth Ministries will be out on patrol at Beehive homes on Sunday Feb. 17th from 10:30am-noon.
We will meet in the fellowship hall and carpool to Beehive Homes. Come and get your hugging t-shirt and be ready to share the Valentine love.
Valentine’s Day Fundraiser - February 14th is Valentine’s Day! Wanna get away but those kids won’t let you? Don’t worry, PCCC youth is here to help! Were offering a night of games, movies, arts, crafts, and food.
Drop off at PCCC as early as 5:00pm-9pm. $20 per child. All proceeds will go toward our youth mission trip to Guatemala in June. Pick up no later than 9:00pm. All ages welcome.
RSVP’s preferred, but walk-in also welcome. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435.649.813
Youth! Paintballing on Sunday Feb 10th. Youth and families invited to attend. Paintball is indoor and $30 will cover gun, mask, paint and air, but wear jeans and long sleeve shirt if you want more padding. Meet at church at 12pm to carpool to Utah Xtreme Paintball and return around 5pm. Age limit is 12 and over. Waiver must be signed before attending. Visit the PCCC ‘YOUTH’ page to sign digital waiver. Chaperones/Drivers needed! Contact Gabe Bielma at 714.599.1088 or email email@example.com if you would like to attend and/or can drive.
Join this fun group of women. Each month we will embark on an adventure together. Growing spiritually together while we form strong bonds with our sisters. This month we will be snowshoeing. Meet at PCCC in the back of the sanctuary at noon. Bring snowshoes, warm clothing and a snack. Trail TBA, when we consider the weather on the day of. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Adventures in Food! December 16th from noon to 2:00pm. Our resident Chef Stephanie Krizman will be teaching those who participate how to make two holiday selections, a savory roasted vegetable tart and 3 different flavors of sandwich cookies filled and dipped in different types of chocolate. Spots will be limited. RSVP now to save yours!!! Cost is $20 and everything will be provided.
In the spirit of greater commitment we will have our one BIG join for all of those ready to transfer membership or “officially” join the church. What does that mean? Find out at PCCC 101 December 2nd 4:00-5:30. Please respond with questions to email@example.com or sign up here.
CONNECT Summit County, one of our Community Partners & a non-proﬁt that provides mental health education & resources to our local community, needs your help. Interested? Please email Brandie firstname.lastname@example.org. CONNECT Summit County is looking for help with educational programs, fundraisers, marketing, oﬃce work & video assistance. We can ﬁnd an opportunity for you!
November 18th 4-6pm in the Fellowship Hall. Food & Fellowship for all interested. Children’s activities included! Bring a side dish for 10-12 to share.
Join your PCCC family for Friendsgiving fellowship, stories & fun. RSVP on the Connect Card, Suggested assignments (last name ﬁrst initial)
A-F Fruit or Salad, G-K Stuﬃng dish, L-P Mashed/Sweet Potato dish, Q-U green bean or veggie casserole, V-Z Dessert/Pie.
9 am One Festive Service
Celebrate the spirit of gratitude & generosity that is at work among us as you offer your financial commitments to the ministry & outreach of our church with your completed Estimate of Giving Card.
10 am Celebration Social
Enjoy a light brunch with live music during our Celebration Social. Celebration Sunday falls on Veterans Day this year. So rather than bringing a covered dish for a potluck, express your gratitude for our Veterans by contributing ski pants & a ski jacket to be donated to the National Ability Center for their work with Wounded Warriors.