Choir Has Started!

ave you ever wanted to be a part of something greater than yourself? Then come and join the choir at Windsor Presbyterian Church. In Psalm 133 the Psalmist reminds us “how very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity.” In much the same way, in choir our voices come together in unity and it is very good!

In a choir a singer can experience “take your breath away” moments that come from being one voice among many, together in harmony. Music simply uplifts and beautifies those in and around us. Singing is known to benefit the singer in emotional, physical, cognitive and social ways. Come and explore how, through music, we can build a community of friendship, grow musically and serve our church body.

Rehearsals run weekly in Ward Hall on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:00.
Come try it out! You’ll be glad you did.

The choir will sing for worship on October 6, 13 & 27. On the 6th they will sing World Peace Prayer. On the 13th they will sing Do Not Fear for You Are Mine. They will sing Angels and Saints on the 27th, which is All Saints Sunday.



Windsor Presbyterian Church
Windsor Heights, Iowa
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News & Events


Oct 3  - CFUM Meal, prepare at noon, serve 
               at 4:30 PM
Oct 3  - Ukulele Choir, 6:30 PM
Oct 4  - Building & Grounds Meeting
Oct 5  - Church Work Day, 9:00 AM
Oct 6  - World Communion Sunday
Oct 6  - Confirmation Class
Oct 8  - Drop In Potluck
Oct 9-12 - Rock the Block
Oct 10 - Session Meeting
Oct 13 - Confirmation Class
Oct 16 - Group Book Discussion
Oct 17 - Don Justo Coffee Distribution
Oct 19 - Interfaith Build
Oct 20 - Food Pantry Sunday
Oct 21 - Newsletter Information Due
Oct 23 - Group Book Discussion
Oct 24 - Don Justo Coffee Distribution
Oct 27 - All Saints Sunday; Homecoming Sunday
Oct 27 - Confirmation Class
Oct 30 - Group Book Discussion

Joint confirmation classes with First Arabic and Ankeny Presbyterian Churches are being held on Sunday afternoons from 1 – 3. The classes are for current high school students. The curriculum is “Big God, Big Questions.” 


We serve the CFUM (Children & Family Movement) dinner on the first Thursday of the month. We meet at the church at noon to prepare the meal and then leave  at 4:30 to serve the meal at Trinity Methodist Church. We are done with clean-up around 6 PM. 

The third Sunday of each month is Food Pantry Sunday. The DMARC Food Pantry Network's requested donation this month is canned seafood - tuna, salmon, sardines, shrimp, oysters. The culturally appropriate requested donation is fish sauce. But as always, anything is accepted as long as it is not in a breakable container or past the expiration date.