Awana is a great place for your children to get connected with Jesus and other kids. Each meeting includes verse memorization, game time, and large group lessons.
Be encouraged along other women by worshipping and learning together. Join us for our annual women's retreat as we discuss how to cultivate a sustainable life.
Join us as we examine the reliability of the Biblical account of Christ's resurrection. 11 Easter weekend services in the Des Moines metro between March 30 & April 1.
LIFT is a three-year capital campaign to help accelerate a growing gospel movement in Des Moines and around the world. Our vision is to elevate the name of Christ in our city and beyond.
Conveniently located right off of I-235, Walnut Creek Windsor Heights is a community of believers seeking to make Christ known in their homes, schools, workplaces, and college campuses.
Our central location is a quick drive from West Des Moines, Urbandale, or Windsor Heights. We offer multiple Sunday services, a bilingual Spanish service, Kid’s classes, college Bible studies, youth activities, and many ways to get connected with other families and believers.
Our mission of making disciples of Jesus who love and worship God drives everything we do. Whether you are unsure of your beliefs about God and eternity, you are a new believer looking for authentic fellowship, or you have been following Christ your entire life, we invite you to be a part of our community at Walnut Creek Windsor Heights.
During each weekend service, Walnut Creek Church has Kids' Classes for children from age 3 through 6th grade.
CityLight Sports is a faith-based sports league that emphasizes healthy competition, skill development, teamwork, sportsmanship, effort, and character.
Moms' Circle is a ministry designed to encourage and strengthen mothers of young children. Childcare is provided for children 6 and younger.
Parent-Teen Ministry (PTM) is a great way for teens to grow in Christ along with their peers while keeping parents connected and highly involved. PTM meets on Saturday nights at 5 p.m.