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The Wired Word is an interdenominational discussion based Adult Sunday School curriculum of weekly current events and latest headlines and appropriate scriptural material. Join the lively discussions each Sunday morning fueled by coffee and fellowship from 9:15-10:15 am in Ward Fellowship Hall.
Every Sunday, join us in Fellowship Hall after worship for coffee and conversation. This is a great opportunity to get to know each other in a more relaxed and casual atmosphere.
Join us on Monday mornings from 9:30-10:45 am for an exciting indepth look at scriptures in our weekly Text Study following the Narrative Lectionary. You can join us in-person in the conference room at the church or on Zoom through the link in the calendar.
Our regular WOW community and learning time will resume in the Fall of 2023
Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.
Dinner at 5:15 p.m.
This is a time of learning and sharing together
at Windsor Presbyterian Church.
Join us in-person or online with the WOW link!
If you ever wanted a chance to sing with a choir, now is the time to join in the fellowship of Windsor Presbyterian’s Choir. Called Tone Up Choir, we focus on learning more about our singing voices, vocal technique and deep breathing exercises to keep our voices toned-up and in shape! We also prepare anthems to sing during our Sunday morning worship services twice a month during the school year.
Join us on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:00 pm following WOW learning time.
Anyone is welcome to join!
Our men's group, Men on a Mission, meets for a Lunch and Learn on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 11:30 to fellowship and discuss biblical passages about service to others and then respond to opportunities in our neighborhood and city to address the needs of others.
Meeting in Ward Fellowship Hall at the church.
Our Presbyterian Women meet on the third Saturday of each month at 10:00 a.m. in Ward Fellowship Hall. We are studying the Presbyterian Women's/Horizons Bible Study "Love Carved in Stone - A Fresh Look at the Ten Commandments," written by Eugenia Anne Gamble."
Join us for fellowship, good conversation, study, and prayer.
Throughout the year join in for fun-filled family events right in our neighborhood!
We are planning more events. If you want to know more, sign up to receive our monthly ChurchMouse newsletter, and our Windsor Weekly email.
On the 3rd Sunday of each month we collect non-perishable food items or money to give to the Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) Food Pantry.
Consider how you'd like to give!
Once a month we feed about 150 people through the Children and Families Urban Movement (CFUM). Join us on the first Thursday of every month. We begin to cook, chop vegetables, and bag up the dinners beginning around 12:30 p.m. We load up and deliver the meals to serve beginning around 3:00 p.m.. Donations of veggies, desserts, and money are always welcome!
Come join the fun. All are welcome and many hands make the work light. Help us serve the hungry in Des Moines.
Our congregation faithfully joins together on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 8:30-11:00 a.m. to work on various projects needing attention around the church building and grounds. Many hands make light work and the coffee, donuts and fellowship are always plentiful. All are welcome!
Let us know how we can pray for you.
We have a Prayer Circle team that will pray for anyone in need. Your prayer request will be held in confidence unless you would like it included in our weekly email prayer list to the congregation. You can place your prayer requests in the offering plate on Sunday mornings or connect with us through email@example.com and you will be contacted by a Windsor Presbyterian Church Prayer Circle team member.
Join us for times of
refreshing through contemplative worship
during the seasons of Lent and Advent.
These events are offered in person in the Chapel (East Hall) or online via Zoom through our regular worship link here:
Join us for Uke Happenings afternoons of song, teaching, and social fun through Art House Des Moines that are offered quarterly in-person and online through Zoom:
· or call (312) 626-6799 and enter
Meeting ID: 852 1816 7148
Grab your ukulele, guitar, maracas or other instrument, or just sing along to favorite tunes. We meet in person in the Fellowship Hall at Windsor Presbyterian Church in January, April, July and October. Contact Art House Des Moines to get on the mailing list!
At various times throughout the year we gather in friendship to encourage reading and insightful conversations about the books that inspire us! If you are interested in finding out when our next book study is or you have a book to suggest, please contact Pastor Shamaine Chambers King at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Prayer Shawl Ministry creates beautiful hand-knitted shawls that as they are created, each stitch is prayed for. These prayer shawls are given to those in need of prayer and the gift of being wrapped in love and support in challenging times.
Each year in early October we hike in our neighborhood to raise awareness of food insecurity needs in our own community and encourage our neighbors to join us in not only giving food or a financial donation to DMARC Food Pantry, but also to our neighborhood Little Food Pantries.
During October on Mondays or Thursdays, we will host an important and informative class and/or support group led by Rev. Don Elly on Coping with Loss and Grief. What we learn will also help us know how to best support others who are experiencing loss. If you are interested in the class, please let us know.
In an effort to address some of the food insecurity right in our neighborhood, we have installed a "Little Food Pantry" that will offer FREE food for ANYONE in need. The grassroots mini-food pantry movement began in 2016 in Arkansas, and the movement soon became global. It's all about neighbors helping neighbors right in their own neighborhoods. Join us in "working for good" by filling our new Little Food Pantry right at 63rd and University Avenue in Windsor Heights, Iowa.
Place your donations in the pantry, and if you are in need, please feel free to take what you can use.