A community of broken people restored by Jesus

welcome to new city salt lake

Worshiping god

 

  • Worshiping God Together
  • Following Jesus Everywhere

Loving People

 

  • Offering Genuine Hospitality
  • Welcoming The Broken

serving the City

 

  • Seeking The Welfare Of The City
  • Engaging The Public Sphere
  • Seeking Racial Justice And Solidarity

Merger of Two Churches

City Presbyterian & New Song merged to form

new city salt lake

 

Partner with us

God uses many people and many gifts in the planting of a new church and you too can be involved with helping us plant new city salt lake. There are three primary ways for you to be involved.

First, in order for us to go forward with this work of ministry in this unique cultural context, we need prayer support from people like you. This is vital and most important!

Second, Utahans are an unreached people and for this reason local financial resources for ministers are scarce as well, and so we must rely on the generosity of many beyond this area. You can partner with us through financial contributions that help support the ministry expenses of this church planting endeavor.

Third, we are always in need of teams and individuals to come join us in reaching Utahans with the gospel of grace by actively participating with us here either short term or long term. Please consider how you might partner with us in this aspect of the work.

Mark Peach

Pastor

Mark is a Utah native who loves Salt Lake City. After graduating from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis with a Master of Divinity, he was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America.

Prior to his current role of planting City Presbyterian, Mark served as Assistant Pastor at New Song Presbyterian in Salt Lake City. Mark is married to Melissa who is also a Utah native. Mark and Melissa have four children, Noelle, Luke, Max, and Leo.

Mark serves his community as a member of the Downtown Plan SLC Advisory Group. He has also been involved with the Downtown Salt Lake City Streetcar Stakeholders group and is an advocate for Salt Lake City becoming a more walkable, bikeable, and livable city.

Mark is a contributor to the book, “Heal Us, Emmanuel: A Call to Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church,” and to “Hear Us Emmanuel:

 

Rob Wootton

Pastor

Interim Pastor new city salt lake (PCA)

Studied at Virginia Commonwealth University

Studied at Covenant Theological Seminary

Went to Patrick Henry High School (Roanoke, Virginia)

 

Join us for worship 10:00 am sunday

Meeting at Wasatch Hills SDA 2139 Foothill Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84109