Celebrations & Welcomes (July 2013)

At Loving Utah, we celebrate the fact that God is always doing a new work in our state.  Below are a few celebrations of churches starting, people moving to Utah.  More people to love Utah!  Please join us in praying for these new works, and if you feel compelled, contact the leaders and introduce yourself.

Brent Captain

Brent Captain, Salt Christian Church (Layton):  Starting September 15,  Salt Christian Church will be meeting at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, UT. Our first two preview services will be held on July 14th and July 28th at 10am in the Ed Kenley Amphitheater located at 403 North Wasatch Drive Layton, UT 84041.  Contact: brent@saltchristianchurch.com

Ben and Kristen Helton (Herriman): A team from the Ft. Worth Texas area will be moving to Herriman, UT the first of August, 2013.  They plan to get established and plant the first ever Christan Church in Herriman.  With a current population of 22,000 and growing, this community is prime for work of God.  Be praying for Ben Helton, the lead pastor, and his team as they move, settle in and start the mission God has in store for them.  Contact:ben@lifestonechurch.net

Ben Helton Team

In Ft. Worth Texas — Back Row Left to Right:  Dave Elshaug, Adam Harris, Ben Helton, Front row left to right: Rebecca Harris, Keely Williams holding Jaz, Kristen Helton.  Keely’s husband Cody will also be coming, and one team member has already moved to Herriman, and God provided a really cool job for her.

 

Jason Parrish FamilyJason and Erica Parrish (Salt Lake City): The Well Church opened its doors in February 2012. Get a peek into their world, including their family, their passions and how they became the pastors of The Well. They meet at Olympus Jr. High in Salt Lake City.  http://thewellslc.com/

Matthew Anderson (no family)Matthew Anderson & Plantutah.com.  We are excited that Matthew and his family moved to Utah this spring.  They will begin by planting multiple reproducing missional communities in southern Utah County.  The missional communities will multiply and plant more new churches along the Wasatch front and to the ends of the earth.  Visit their website to find out more.  Contact: plantutah.com/contact/

If you know of a new church that needs to be welcomed or celebrated, please contact us at lovingutahnetwork@gmail.com

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