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God Squad

Posted September 19, 2012 in Community Featured, Winterset

The God Squad is back in action at St. Paul Lutheran Church. All children in kindergarten through sixth grade are welcome to join in the fun on Wednesday evenings running now through April.

A handful of God Squad members enjoy an outdoor activity. The youth group at St. Paul Lutheran Church is open to new members from now through April.

This is a time for learning, music, fellowship and, of course, praising God. Classes will be held from 5:30 – 6:45 p.m., which includes a free meal provided by the church. For more information about classes and other church events, visit the church website at, or stop by the church at 1120 N. Eighth Ave.

This fall, Winterset Community Church is offering youth group classes for all ages. This includes their Promiseland Jr. and Promiseland classes which aim to make the Bible more understood and enjoyable for children ages 3 to 5 and from first to fourth grade. Children will have the opportunity to learn lessons “taught especially for them” and participate in crafts, storytelling and puzzles all focused on stories from the Bible.

Promiseland Jr. and Promiseland are available during both Sunday services and offer more than just a Sunday morning activity. As always, nursery is available for infants and toddlers ages 6 months through 3 years every Sunday morning as well. Youth group classes for middle- and high-schoolers are also offered on Wednesday afternoons and evenings, which offer large group games and small group discussions as a way of practicing their place in the community. For more information about meeting times and other church activities, visit the Winterset Community Church website at or stop by and visit at 113 S. Second St.

Something as simple as a small prayer can go a long way. It’s a constant reminder of those fighting for our freedom at home and overseas. “The Prayer Chain” link is set up and ready to begin working its magic on the First United Presbyterian Church website. If you believe someone deserves a “pick-me-up” during a rough time in his or her life, or you simply want to add the name of a loved one to the prayer chain list, contact the church at (515) 462-3261, or visit the church’s website at Everyone is welcome to participate.

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