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Thursday, 31 August 2017
By Derek Gean
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The Fort Leonard Wood Religious Support Office’s Wednesday Night Live Program is scheduled to kick off at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Main Post Chapel.

The program, scheduled for Wednesdays through Nov. 15, is designed to provide community members with opportunities for religious education.

“We have classes for everyone 5 years and older,” said Cindy Dack, director of religious education.

The program kicks of each week with a shared meal.

“Every week the chapel will provide a main course, a fresh green salad, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and milk or water to drink,” Dack said. Organizers will provide a meal calendar and some weeks, participants are requested to bring supplemental foods such as desserts or side dishes.

Families will eat together prior to breaking off for classes.

“Also, keep in mind that in our community, we will have Soldiers join us that don’t have the ability to cook, so throw a little more in the pot for our brothers and sisters,” Dack said.

Some of the available class titles are: Who Needs God?, Men’s Bible Study, Financial Peace University, Recovering Redemption, That the World May Know and  a Study of the Great Reformation.

Teenagers will be taken through the “Jesus Movies” and children ages 5 to 12 will go through “Warrior For Christ,” and middle schoolers will be led by David McKay.

Childcare will be available for those 5 years and younger.

For those needing childcare, contact  Dack at 573.596.0089 to register.

Dack requests that those coming to dinner, particularly during the first session, email her at, so the chapel will know how much food to prepare. 
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