Save the dates for these upcoming events.
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Choristers Guild Festival
A Tribute to the African-American Spiritual
Sunday, Mar. 26, 4 pm
IPC will host the Choristers Guild Festival, “A Tribute to the African-American Spiritual.” Children and youth from our area churches will join together under the direction of Victoria Burnett, master storyteller, folklorist, and vocalist, for an afternoon of joyous singing, worshiping, and story-telling. Invite your friends and family. All are welcome and admission is free! For more information, contact Donna Hyde.
Tuesday, April 11, 7:30–9 pm
In line with IPC’s mission “to make disciples who make disciples,” Discipleship Training workshops are open to anyone interested in growing as a disciple and being trained to disciple others. Components include biblical teaching, coaching in discipleship and disciple-making principles, equipping and practice with simple, sustainable, and transferable tools, sharing stories of life on God’s mission, group discussion, and mutual encouragement and prayer. To sign up, or for more information, contact Gabe Fung.
Wednesdays, April 12—May 17
Cost: $20 (includes workbook and light snacks)
(PLUS a free copy of Visionary Parenting: Capture a God-size vision for your family!)
As parents, the most convenient and most challenging place to be disciples who make disciples can be right in our very own home. This 6-week video and discussion series by Doug and Cathy Fields is for parents to connect with one another, share their wisdom and struggles, and take away practical tools to intentionally parent and disciple their kids. Whether you are just starting the parenting journey or have been on it for years, we invite you to join this great opportunity to learn and connect with fellow parents.
Five Love Languages Class
Sundays, April 2, 9, 23 & 30 (No class Easter 4/16)
Jack Davis Room
Learn the “five love languages” and how Ruth in the Old Testament spoke those languages. David Cheng will show you how to assess your own preferred love language, as well as those of others. In doing so, you’ll be more able to communicate love, and to be loved more effectively.
Contact: Gabe Fung
Sunday, April 16
Baptism is an important step for every believer. At all three of our Easter celebration services on April 16 (6:30, 9 and 10:45 am), we will give people the opportunity to profess their faith and receive baptism. If you are a follower of Jesus, but have never been baptized, we would love to help you take this step of obedience as we celebrate the new life Jesus has given us through His victory over sin and death.
Plan on attending a short meeting on Sunday, April 9, 10:15–10:45 am, to prepare you for your baptism on April 16. For more information, email Linda Maestas or call 949.786.9627.
We look forward to celebrating this special day with you!
National Day of Prayer
Thursday, May 4, 6–7 pm
Everyone is invited to come to the Irvine Civic Center on the National Day of Prayer pray for the city and the nation with other believers from local churches.
Women’s Contemplative Retreat
Serra Retreat Center, Malibu
Desiring some unhurried time away with the Lord for rest and reflection, or seeking a chance to share deeper fellowship with other women? Get away to the lovely gardens and peaceful setting of Serra Retreat Center in Malibu with other IPC women and friends. More info ›
Vacation Bible School
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!
Royal Family Kids Camp
July 30–August 4
Royal Family Kids Camp is less than six months away! Help provide a week-long camp experience for local children, ages 7–11, from Orange County’s foster care system. The mission is to build self-esteem, model and teach the love of Christ, impart hope, and provide a positive memory for abused and neglected foster children from our local community.
E A S T E R & H O L Y W E E K
Sunday, April 9 | 9 and 10:45 am
“Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!” We celebrate King Jesus on this festive day!
Egg Dash and Easter Baskets
Sunday, April 9 | 10:15–10:45 am
Between services on Palm Sunday, kids will have a chance to hunt for eggs in the Jenny Hart playground and basketball court. Afterward, we’ll head into Fellowship Hall to put together Easter baskets for Families Forward.
Holy Week Evening Communion
Mon–Wed, April 10, 11, 12 | 7 pm
Communion services include a short homily and singing.
Thursday, April 13 | 7 pm
Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper, when Jesus shared the Passover meal with His disciples on the night before He was crucified. Just as Jesus washed the feet of His disciples, foot-washing will be available. Communion will be served.
Friday, April 14 | 7 pm
Through Scripture readings, prayer and singing, we will spend time with Jesus as we reflect on His last words, as spoken from the cross. In a symbolic act of confession, we will nail our sins to a cross. Following this, communion will be offered in thanksgiving for all Christ did for us as He willingly sacrificed His life.
*Childcare available for kindergarten and under
Sunday, April 16
6:30 am on the patio in front of the Sanctuary. Bundle up for this casual, outdoor celebration!
9 and 10:45 am
Along with Chancel Choir, IPC Band, and special guest instrumentalists, we will lift our praises to the risen Lord! Childcare and programs are offered for infants through 6th grade.