Business Directory

Norwalk Christian Church
Travis Stanley and Marti Stanley
515-981-0176
norwalkcc1@gmail.com
http://www.norwalkcc.org
701 Main Street
Norwalk
Iowa

Norwalk Christian ChurchThe Norwalk Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has been part of the Norwalk community since 1869 and affiliated with the denomination The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The symbol of this denomination is a red chalice bearing the “X-shaped” cross of St. Andrew. The chalice symbolizes the centrality of the Lord’s supper to Disciples’ lives. St. Andrew has been identified with the laity and evangelism, prominent emphases of Disciples in the past, present and future. The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) does not have a formal statement of beliefs. We study the Bible to deepen our connection to God through Jesus Christ, and to discover how God wants us to live with and love one another. We recognize that the bible was written in a time and place very different from our own. In our studies we recognize the multiple layers of meaning a text may present enriching our understanding.

Communion is celebrated weekly in Disciples congregations. We may not believe the same things or express our faith the same way, yet we gather at the table each Sunday as a symbol of the love that binds us together. Everyone is welcome to share in communion.

People are welcomed into membership by coming forward during worship and making a public confession of faith. The pastor extends the “right hand of Christian fellowship” and asks the question, “Do you believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God and do YOU proclaim him Savior and Lord?”

The Disciples practice “believers baptism,” meaning we baptize by immersion those who are of an age to commit to a life of Christian discipleship. Following one’s confession of faith, one may be baptized. If a person has already been baptized in another church or tradition it is recognized as valid and there is no need for re-baptism.

Sunday Worship Schedule

Informal Service at 8:30am
This “come as you are” service is relaxed and uplifting. Those who worship gather to a piano prelude and open with a sung call to worship. The congregation selects hymns from our hymnal and praise book. Participants come forward to give their offering and receive communion. A closing circle concludes the worship service.

Traditional Service at 10:30am
This service is considered “traditional” because it follows a traditional order of worship and contains elements such as a responsive call to worship, traditional hymns, and a sung Doxology. The children come forward for a children’s message and a choir anthem or special music is part of worship. Offering trays are passed, as is Communion, by our Diaconate.

You will see a mixture of attire at both worship services. Most important is your presence. What you wear is up to you.

Fellowship Coffee
The coffeepot is on and refreshments are served following every worship service. Everyone is encouraged to share in fellowship with one another after each service.

Child Care
Child care is available during both worship services and Sunday School for ages 5 and under.

Norwalk Community Schools
Duane "DT" Magee, Superintendent 515-981-0676 Kate Baldwin, Business Manager Amy Gage & Dawn Schiro
515-981-0676
515-981-0559
dmagee@norwalk.k12.ia.us
http://norwalkschools.org
380 Wright Rd
Norwalk
50211
IA

Located adjacent to Des Moines and West Des Moines, Norwalk is growing with each passing school year. The Norwalk district is comprised of the cities of Cumming, Spring Hill and Norwalk. Located in the area are several opportunities for higher and continuing education. The Des Moines Area Community College, American Institute of Business, Grandview College, Simpson College, Warren County DMACC located at Southridge Mall are all minutes from Norwalk.Norwalk maintains four reporting facilities (with 5 names) Oviatt Elementary (PreK-3), Lakewood (4-5), Middle School (6-7), Eastview (8-9), and Norwalk High School (10-12). Norwalk Schools serves approximately 2650 students each school year.Norwalk is the home of the “Warriors” who have camptured 6 state championships in sports, numerous statewide recognitions in band, chorus and other activities. A new stadium and 900-seat auditorium grace the campus. Academically, we have experienced growth for all students in achievement as measured by standardized tests over the last 10 years. Ten years ago the average proficiency in Norwalk was at or below 75%. Now, proficiencies are above 85% for all students in all core areas. Norwalk Middle School was awarded the Breaking Barriers award for the state of Iowa for advancing the achievement of special education students. Norwalk High School is perennially listed by the Belin Blank International Center for Gifted and Talented Education as one of the top 25 schools in Iowa for students participating in Advanced Placement testing. Norwalk is a full point above the Iowa average ACT score.Norwalk boasts one of the recognized teaching staffs in Iowa:2011 Iowa Teacher of the Year: Charity Campbell2011 Iowa CO Administrator of the Year, Mark Crady2011 Iowa Principal of the Year: Dale Barnhill2011 Iowa Technology Leader of the Year: Tim Geyer2008 Iowa’s Teacher of the Year: Andy MogleHall of Fame Coaches: Dave Mineart, Joe McFarland, Brent Walker5 finalists for Iowa Teacher of the YearNational Disney Award Winner: Jill Anderson3 national Milken award winners on staffIowa Technology Teacher of the Year: Jodi Irlmeier 2007Iowa Technology Leader of the Year: Sandi Lathrum 2008Margaret Harlow-Vogt Iowa Art Instructor of the YearFamous Warriors Alumni include:Superman Brandon RouthConan the Barbarian Star Jason MomoaBaseball All-Star Joel HanrahanFinalist for Miss America Diana ReedThousand of successful and productive adults!So, when you are thinking of a place to be……….Be a Warrior!

Norwalk Family Dentistry
Dr. Donna Grant Paulsen or Dr. Maureen Winslow
256-9000
256-9018
ddpaulsen@gmail.com
http://www.norwalkfamilydentistry
1101 Chatham Ave #A
Norwalk
IA

Dentists

Norwalk Lions Club
JoAnn Chapman
515-250-3847
dchapman0741@gmail.com
http://www.iowalions.org
P O Box 331
Norwalk
50211
IA

“We Serve”

Norwalk Living Magazine
Shane Goodman, publisher, 515-953-4822, ext. 305 Darren Tromblay, editor, 515-953-4822, ext. 304 Jay Mathes, advertising sales
515-953-4822
515-953-1394
shane@dmcityiew.com
http://www.iowalivingmagazines.com
5619 N.W. 86th St. Ste 600
Johnston
50131
Iowa

Norwalk Living magazine is a monthly lifestyle publicaiton mailed free to every home, business and apartment in the Norwalk community. Published with a glossy cover and full color newsprint on the inside, Norwalk Living magazine is an effective way for businesses to promote their goods and services to the residents of the community. Editorial and photo submissions are also welcomed.

Norwalk Mini Storage
Page Williams
981-9021
norwalkchamber@msn.com
Hwy 28 & Wright Road
Norwalk
50211
Iowa

Storage Space located on the South end of Norwalk

Norwalk Nursing & Rehab
Mike Wolfe
515-981-0604
515-981-9215
mike.wolfe@pcitexas.net
921 Sunset Dr
Norwalk
Iowa

Noralk Nursing and Rehab is a skilled rehabilitaion facility that also provides long-term care to those in need of 24 hour nursing care. We are a smaller facility that allows allows close attention to our patients. We provide Rehab to home, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, IV Wound care, Trach care, certified dietician, 24 hour nursing care, On-site physician services, transportation services, discharge planning, activity program and Beauty shop

Norwalk Ready Mix Concrete Inc.
Jack Bohlender (President) Todd Bohlender (Vice President)
515-981-0631
515-981-4590
Todd@norwalkreadymix.com
http://www.norwalkreadymix.com
1535 North Ave
Norwalk
Iowa

Norwalk Ready Mix has been serving Norwalk and central Iowa with quality ready mix concrete for over 40 years! Founded right here in Norwalk, our family business is steeped in small town values and great service.

Norwalk Student Education Foundation
Jaki Livingston
515-306-1640
norwalksef@gmail.com
http://www.norwalkstudentfoundation.org
P O Box 310
Norwalk
50211
IA

Non-Profit Organization benefitting the Norwalk Community School District Students and Teachers.

Norwalk Tire & Auto Center Inc.
Missy Perry Mike Perry Steve Weinheimer
515-981-4522
service@norwalktirecenter.com
http://www.norwalktirecenter.com
1010 Sunset Dr (across from Dollar General)
Norwalk
IA

We are a full service automotive repair center. We work on all makes, models, ages and types of vehicles. We do offer all major tire brands as well as tire repairs for all sizes of tires. Our service include the basic maintanence work like oil changes and tire rotations, to electrical repairs, diagnostic work, air conditioning, engine or transmission repairs, brakes, suspension and more. We have certified technicians with over 50 years of combined experience. We work on gas or diesel engines, new or older models.

Norwalk United Methodist Church
Steve McElroy
981-4251
981-0489
norwalkumc@gmail.com
1801 Sunset Dr
Norwalk
50211
IA

Church

O’Leary Celebration of Life Center-Funeral & Cremation Services & Flowers for Every Occasion
Eric O'Leary
515-981-0700
olearyfunerals@gmail.com
http://www.olearyfunerals.com
1020 Main St P O Box 171
Norwalk
50211
Iowa

Funeral & Cremation Services-Celebration of Life Center-Flowers for Every Occasion

Optometric Associates of Warren Co.
Michael J O'Meara O.D. Jonathan P Anderson O. D.
515-981-0224
515-981-5389
Aowcou@qwestoffice.net
http://www.optometricassoc.com
1228 Sunset Dr Ste A
Norwalk
Iowa 50211

Our eye doctors provide comprehensive general eye exams for the whole family.
Contact lense exams. Fit and sell all types of contacts.
Treat ocular disorders like dry eyes, glaucoma, diabetic eye exams, cataract evaluations , macular degeneration assesments.
We offer free eye assesment for infants under one year of age. InfantSee program

Phillips Consulting Services LLC
Skip Phillips
515-333-8085
skip.phillips@gmail.com
1341 Bronze St
Norwalk
50211
IA

Contrator Home Repairs/Home Remodeling

Primerica
Nick Wolfe
515-975-9301
877-414-2202
jwolfe@primerica.com
http://www.primerica.com/nickwolfe
3220 100th St
Urbandale
50322
IA
Produce Innovations
Adam Babcock
981-0184
ababcock@produceinnovations.com
http://www.produceinnovations.com
1845 Colonial Pkwy
Norwalk
50211
IA

Manufacture of Fresh Cut Fruits and Vegetables

RB Web Development
Rob Batzler
515-240-2311
rob@rbwebdev.com
http://www.rbwebdev.com
4763 Devlin Dr
Norwalk
50211
IA
RE/MAX American Dream Realty
Debbie and John Marmon, Broker/Owner/Realtors, Office: 515-981-0022 or Cell: 515-490-9002 Edie Hindman, Realtor Cell: 515-306-6800 Nancy Johnson, Broker Assoc/Realtor Cell: 515-710-0474
515-981-0022
515-981-0222
john@MarmonTeam.com
http://www.marmonteam.com
Iowa

We are a local Full Service Real Estate Brokerage with Real Estate Professionals available to assist Buyers and Sellers meet their real estate goals. Our local presence along with our International RE/MAX brand allows us to be a one stop shop for all your real estate needs.

Give us a call today!

Re/Max Concepts-Lindsey Aaron
Lindsey Aaron
515-509-1711
lindsey.aaron@realestateconcepts.net
http://www.lindseyaaronrealestate.com
8020 Douglas Ave
Urbandale
50322
IA

Choosing a Realtor- 

Like choosing any service professional – from an accountant to your family doctor – it’s important to do your homework before deciding on a real estate agent.  Your home purchase or sale likely represents one of the most significant financial transactions of your life, and you definitely want to find the right person for you.

Abilities matter.  And production matters.  You want someone with experience, education and a proven track record of successful closings.  On all counts, RE/MAX is a solid place to start your search.  Nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX, and RE/MAX agents collectively hold more professional designations than agents at any other national real estate brand.

Redeemer Baptist Church
Trey Perrott
515-943-4197
contact@redeemernorwalk.org
http://redeemernorwalk.org
607 Mafred Dr
Norwalk
50211
IA

First Baptist Church had its first worship service in Norwalk, Iowa in 1963. In 1964 they built their brick building on the corner of Highway 28 and Mafred Drive. The church has many stories  from 1964 to 2014. Many lives were touched with the gospel of Christ.

However, we began to recognize in the latter years that we were not as impactful to our community as we wanted to be.

Recognizing and valuing the church’s history, but wanting to increase our impact, we began to change our identity and refocus our mission. We focused more on Jesus Christ and his gospel, invested large portions of our budget into helping and impacting our community, updated our building to improve its appearance and usefulness, changed our ministry times to coincide with Norwalk families’ schedule, updated our music, added helpful ministries, and much more.

These changes culminated in October of 2016, when First Baptist Church renamed themselves to reflect a distinct rebirth in the identity and mission of the church. We selected the name “Redeemer” because it reflects who we are about (Jesus), and what we are about (his mission of redemption).

Redeemer continues to invest large portions of our time, energy, and money into helping the community of Norwalk by introducing them to the hope of the gospel.