Wednesday LOGOS

Children and youth in grades Kindergarten–12th grade are welcome and encouraged to participate in our Wednesday night LOGOS groups and children’s choir!

The generations will collide and learn how special they are in God’s eyes, how God’s love never ends and that we are all children of God. If you should have any questions or want to register, contact Christian Education Director Greg Halterman, at 515-279-3658. Cost is $50 per child each semester; scholarships are available. We look forward to meeting your family!



GRADES Kindergarten–5th

Group Time / 5:00–6:30 p.m.
Dinner / 6:15–6:45 p.m.

Our midweek program for children from Kindergarten to 5th grade is a fun and relaxed time of games, lessons, music and food. The evening starts with games of indoor soccer, tag or hide and seek, following with age-graded Bible stories that promote love, compassion and discipleship in today’s world. Lessons also include a time to prepare for Sunday worship by either participating in our Children’s Chorus or rehearsing for an upcoming children’s musical. The entire evening wraps up with  a family-style meal around tables in the fellowship hall.


Children’s Chorus

Directed by Greg Halterman, this a choir for children ages 5–12 (Kindergarten–5th grade). During the school year, they sing occasionally in worship and present a large-scale musical at Christmas and again in the spring. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings, September to May, from 5:00 to 6:15 p.m. in Room 201.

The children’s chorus, in the spring musical “Esther,” declares to God that, “Help us and guide us we pray! We put our lives in your hands.”

GRADES 6th–12th

Dinner / 6:15–7:00 p.m.
Group Time / 7:00–8:00 p.m.

Our Wednesday night youth program intends to nurture curiosity about current events and help them with the challenges of 21st century teenagers. Through curriculum curated to reflect topics relevant to today, our youth are encouraged to participate in healthy, honest discussion about their concerns and struggles. As well, twice a month our youth head “off-campus” to engage in various service projects throughout the Des Moines metro area. Projects include working alongside other youth groups at Meals from The Heartland, sorting donated food at a DMARC food pantry or warehouse or tidying up the facility at the Animal Rescue League.