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Practice on Wednedsays 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Drop-off in 113, Pick-up in Highland Hall

Practice begins Wednesday, Jan. 10, and all children 5K-6th grade are encouraged to join in the fun! The daring, triumphant story of Esther is brought to vivid life. Through the story of Esther, travel to the citadel of Susa where King Ahasuerus names Esther his new queen - and where Esther faces the decision of her life. There will be no carpool pick-up in the Winter/Spring. Save the Date for the Children's Spring Musical: Sunday, March 17

Wednesdays 5:30 - 7:30 PM
RM G20

Join us on Wednesdays this season beginning Jan. 10 for dinner and playtime in your pajamas at church. Pebbles (children 18 months - 4 years old) are invited to register for these fun nights from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. Drop off and pick up in RM G05. Registration is now full.

Sunday, March 3, 2024
10:00 am12:15 pm
RM 107 & 108

Catechesis will have extended atrium time for children in 1st - 6th grade on the first Sunday of the month. Children will stay in the Atrium for extra time of exploration and will join the congregation for communion during the 11 am Table worship service.

Sunday, March 17, 2024
10:00 am10:50 am
Highland Hall

All Adult Sunday School classes are invited to enjoy the performance of Esther by IPC Kids (5K-6th grade). The daring, triumphant story of Esther is brought to vivid life. Through the story of Esther, travel to the citadel of Susa where King Ahasuerus names Esther his new queen - and where Esther faces the decision of her life.

Sunday, March 17, 2024
5:00 pm6:30 pm
First Floor

All 4th, 5th, and 6th graders are invited to join us for a mission project, dinner, and fellowship on Sunday evenings once a month. This month's mission project will be a scavenger hunt at Piggly Wiggly for IPC Food Pantry items.

All children are invited to process into the 11 am service waving palm branches to celebrate Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week. Children will gather outside the Sanctuary before the start of the service.

Saturday, March 30, 2024
10:00 am12:00 pm
Highland Hall

Children are welcome to join us for the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Highland Hall on Saturday, March 30 from 10 am to noon. We will enjoy a light breakfast, egg hunts for all ages, crafts, and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Join us in shaping joyful experiences and meaningful growth for young hearts at IPC this winter! Worship Care is an essential part of IPC's Children Ministries of Sunday mornings and helpers are needed on Sunday Mornings @ 11am.

May 20-23 from 9 am - 12 pm
IPC Day School

All children ages 2 - 5 are invited to join Counselor Sam and Lumen for a summer adventure at Camp Firelight. Campers will learn to face their fears while trusting in God. Registration for members opens January 8 and February 5 for non-members. Childcare is available for all volunteers on the days of volunteering.

June 3 - 7 from 8:30 am - 2 pm
The Children's Fresh Air Farm

We invite you to join us for an IPC Kids summer tradition at the Fresh Air Farm as we travel with Moses. Registration for camp opens January 8 for IPC members and February 5 for non-members. Bibletimes Marketplace is for children who have completed Kindergarten-5th grade, & Tribal Assistants are for youth who have completed 6th - 12th grade.

Summer 2024
IPC Day School

Summer 2024 online registration begins on March 11, 2024, for existing Day School families and on March 14, 2024, for new Day School families. Public registration opens on March 18, 2024.

Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis, and as sessions may fill up rapidly, early registration is advisable.

Monday, June 17, 20243:00 pmFriday, June 21, 202412:00 pm
Living River

Living River is hosting the Elementary Summer Camp on June 17 - 21 for rising Kindergarten through 6th graders. Please let us know your interest in attending as a camper or chaperone through the link below.
Kids are invited to learn more about God, their own faith, the world, and themselves through keynotes, small groups, hands-on activities, asking questions, and having meaningful discussions. Camps foster a love of nature and good stewardship of creation by spending lots of time outdoors and learning about nature and caring for it.

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