IPC Daily Calendar
Click on the calendar picture to left for a list of all classes, programs and worship services. To learn about special events and events requiring registration, see the monthly calendar below. For more questions about this calendar or reserving a room, contact Marsha Harbin, (205) 933-3715 or email@example.com
Special Events Calendar
IPC church offices will be closed on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day.
The IPC Earth Care Team is hosting a special viewing of award winning documentary "Toxic City: Birmingham's Dirty Little Secret." The film takes a look at how people living in some North Birmingham neighborhoods are trapped in communities with toxic levels of industrial pollution. Documentary is 26-minutes. Adults and youth are encouraged to attend. IPC member Janet Ort will also speak.
Registration is closed.
At Vacation Bible School, children (completed 3K- 5K) will journey out of this world "To Mars and Beyond" from 9 am- 12 pm.
Registration is closed.
At Bible Times Marketplace campers (completed 1- 5 grade*) and tribal assistants will learn about "The Adventures of David" at the Children's Fresh Air Farm from 8:30 am- 2:30 pm. Campers riding the bus need to be dropped off at IPC at 7:45 am and picked up at 3 pm.
Youth are invited on the mission trip to Chiapas, Mexico June 8- 14, 2019. We will be doing construction work in Chiapas and surrounding villages. Rising 10th – graduated 12th graders will be given preference.
Applications and deposit of $300 due January 31. Email Emily Frandsen at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in mission trip!
Help our STAIR families keep roofs over their heads and lights and other utilities turned on. Ensure no resident is asked to leave Kirkwood by the River because they have outlived their financial means. Give low-income students in Jefferson, Tuscaloosa, Bibb and Shelby Counties the chance to experience and learn about nature at Living River. Your gift to the Presbytery Ministries United Appeal of Birmingham (PMUAB) provides funding for those ministries through the Kirkwood by the River Life Care fund, the Living River Power of the Outdoors Scholarship Fund and the IPC Social Services Fund.
Learn more about PMUAB and how you can help during worship on Sunday, June 9.
Samford University Professor Dr. Jeff Leonard returns to IPC once again. He'll lead a Summer Sunday School class from June 9- August 11 exploring Exodus. The class will not meet on Sunday, June 30. There will be a special report from the Earth Care Team, which everyone is encouraged to attend.
Youth are also invited to participate in this class.
Grab some friends, form a team in the Presbytery league, and enjoy exercise and fun this summer! Teams are coed and must consist of at least ten players ages 16 and up. Games will be held on Thursday nights in June and July beginning June 13. To sign up or to get more information, contact David Seamon.
Rising 9th-graduated 12th Graders are invited to travel with us to the Montreat Youth Conference in Montreat, North Carolina.
Cost: $550 (covers lodging, transportation, meals, & conference registration)
$150 deposit due January 11
The Youth Grant Team is an opportunity for you to grow, learn, and be challenged. The team researches & allocates $15,000 in IPC Foundation grants to non-profit agencies. The team meets August- November. Deadline to apply is July 21.
Tuition for the course is $650 per person and can be paid online or by check. Cost is waived for IPC Members.
Childcare is provided. IPC Music & Art Camp for children entering K5-6th grade will be available to those children whose parents are attending training. Camp is Tuesday- Thursday and will require a separate registration for children.
Women's Connection 2019 will be a time to connect with old and new friends. It will be a time to care for yourself, a time for space and Sabbath. THE hope is you will experience spiritual nourishment, inspiration, and discernment.