UPCOMING EVENTS

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Women's Wednesday Morning Bible Study:  Knowing God
Wednesdays, June 7–August 30, 9–10:30 am
Youth Lounge
Cost: No fee to attend  

The classic Christian book, Knowing God, by J.I. Packer is regarded by many as a valuable tool to learn about God and Jesus Christ, and to mature in our faith. Aspects of God’s character will be discussed, such as His love and grace, His majesty and sovereignty, and His judgement and divine wrath. This is a great way to learn more about God in a low-key, friendly atmosphere.

Last summer we began Part I, and this summer we will begin with Chapter 7, "Unchanging God." Join us now even if you didn’t attend last summer's study. To actively participate in the discussion, read Chapter 7 beforehand. Please bring your book each week, and feel free to bring a beverage to enjoy during the discussion.

For more information, email irvinepreswbs@gmail.com.


Camp Car Wash Fundraiser
Saturday, July 1, 2–5 pm
IPC Parking Lot

Individual high school students are selling $5 car wash tickets to raise money for their summer camp fund. We will also be selling tickets on the patio after each service on Sunday, June 25. If you don’t get a chance to buy a ticket, you can always show up at the car wash on July 1. Anyone who buys a tickets will be entered into a raffle to win a $100 gift card.


Sunday Education Hour:  Everyday People, Everyday Disciples
Sundays, July 2–30 (no class 16), 9–9:45 am
Fellowship Hall

The Christian Education team is excited to bring back the popular series, Everyday People, Everyday Disciples, to the Sunday Education Hour. Starting July 2, various people from our IPC community will share how God is working in and through their individual lives. Their personal testimonies, based on Scripture, will inspire and encourage us to view our own respective “workplaces” as mission fields.

For more information, contact Gabe Fung.


Vacation Bible School
July 10–14

Grab your telescope and get ready to search the skies and God's Word. As Galactic Starveyors, kids will discover that the God who created everything there is — the visible and the invisible — wants a relationship with them! And from the very beginning, God had a plan to restore our relationship with Him. Through galactic games, epic Bible stories, and cosmic crafts, kids will learn that God loves us and will never leave us!   More info ›


Monday Morning Men's Group:  Acts
Mondays, starting July 10, 7:15–8:30 am
Jack Davis Room

Our men's group will be studying of the Book of Acts, using the Intervarsity Press Study Guide, Acts: Seeing God's Power in Action (available on amazon.com). This is an interactive study and we'll share our insights on Paul's ministry, early church growth, and the Holy Spirit. This lay-led group is open to men of all ages. We begin with prayer at 7:15 and end promptly at 8:30 am. For more information, contact Jon Dietz.


Royal Family Kids Camp
July 30–August 4

May is National Foster Care month. Irvine Presbyterian Church, in collaboration with St. Andrews and Rockharbor churches, is assembling a team to host a Royal Family KIDS Summer Camp for foster care children from our local community. Volunteers are needed to be counselors or to supervise activities. Camp dates are Sunday, July 30 through Friday, August 4. In addition, camp volunteers are eligible to serve in RFK’s year-round mentoring program. To learn more, stop by the Missions table after service or visit rockharbor.royalfamilykids.org/get-involved. For more information, contact Peter Fyfe.

 
 
 

One Service for Summer
July 2–Sept. 3

Summer offers a wonderful opportunity to bring the IPC family together, with multiple generations gathering to experience the presence of God and to worship and praise Him as one body.

From July 2 through Sept. 3, we will have one service on Sunday mornings, starting at 10 am. On Sept. 10, we will return to two services at 9 and 10:45 am.

We look forward to worshiping with you during the summer months!

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