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WEST DES MOINES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

The Midweek Refuel

Food, Faith, Fun, and Fellowship

Each Wednesday starting @ 5:30 PM
(Formerly known as Wednesday Night Live)

Advent Calendar

December
2 – First Sunday of Advent “Christmas Gifts that Won’t Break”
6 – UMW Christmas Tea 1:00 PM
8 – COG Christmas Shopping with WDM children
9 – “Emoji Christmas” children’s program 4:00 PM
17 – Blue Christmas Service 6:30 PM
24 – Christmas Eve Family Service
with candle lighting 5:00 PM
24 – Christmas Eve Traditional Service
with candle lighting 9:00 PM

West Des Moines United Methodist is a caring community of faith that welcomes individuals from all walks of life. You are invited to join us this Sunday for a time of praise, fellowship and contemplation as we celebrate our Savior and explore the mysteries of faith.

News

Trunk or Treat, October 24th

On Wednesday, October 24, we will be hosting our annual Trunk or Treat event. This event brings in families from around the area, and we are in need of volunteers to offer their trunk.  Trunks can be decorated or themed to your liking. You don’t just have to give out...

September 9 – Free Block Party

Please come to our Neighborhood Block Party on Sunday, September 9. The fun for the whole family starts at 4:00 PM.  Free food - hot dogs, chips, popcorn, homemade cookies, and lemonade. Games for the children - bags, mega Jenga, hula hoops, Foursquare. Live music.

September 10 – Missionary Presentation

Join us at 7:00 p.m. for a presentation by Rev. Doug Williams, a missionary in Argentina. Rev. Williams will speak about his missionary experience.

Devotions

Midweek and We are Getting Ready for a Celebration! Pastor Cindy

Good morning friends, This Saturday at 5:30 we are celebrating a baptism.  The parents of a two-month-old little girl are bringing her before God and the church to celebrate her life and bless her on her way as a Child of God, a disciple in training.  (I am not...

“Midweek & Thinking About the L-Word” Pastor Cindy’s Devo. 10/17

Today I am just thinking…. I sometimes think that we have worn out the word “love.”  We have overused it. We say we love the Boston Red Sox or [your team goes here], pizza, puppies, and today’s beautiful weather.  I am careful about using the word “love” in my sermons...