Friday, March 8, the Upper Room is showing Father of Lights at 6 p.m.
“Through filming incredible (and often historic) spiritual encounters around the world, Darren Wilson cuts through religious misconceptions in an effort to find the true nature and character of God.” For more info visit the Father of Lights website.
IBC is highly involved with the homeless community in Port Angeles through our Clothes Closet, emergency food bags and Care Bags.
Every year, Serenity House of Clallam County hosts the “Clallam County Project Homeless Connect.” Friday, February 8, 9 AM – 3 PM, is the day set aside at Vern Burton to offer on-site services and build community connections between those experiencing homelessness and agencies that offer services.
IBC is having a Sock Drive to offer individuals a pair of new socks (men’s, women’s, kids’) at IBC’s information table. It would be great if every church family could donate at least one pair of new socks—more would be awesome!
Consider doing this as a community project with your home group, youth group or Bible study!
The church family is invited to come and celebrate with the Truckenmiller family, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2:00 ‐ 4:00 p.m. at the Family Life Center fellowship hall.
Many of you have been walking this long journey with Travis & Christi and they would love for you to come and join them in the celebration of Zoe’s adoption!
In lieu of gifts, there is a “Zoe’s Wish List,” listing items for “comfort packs” for foster kids when they are placed in homes. Most of these kids come into homes with nothing, they know no one, they don’t know where they are and they don’t understand what has happened. Call the office to get Zoe’s wish list or look for it in Insights. A little special ‘something’ to call their own can bring much comfort to a frightened child.
Family Winter Camp at The Firs Chalet on Mt. Baker
A great family time with something for everyone! Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, games, fireplaces, hot tub, snowshoes … The beautiful Firs Chalet on Mt. Baker is located just before the upper Mt. Baker Ski Lodge. It’s the only lodging on the mountain! (Download the camp brochure.)
What to Bring
Bible (we have a short devotion time in the evening)
Bedding, (sleeping bags, pillows etc.)
Towels and toiletries
Games and toys
Swimwear (there is a hot tub)
All your snow clothing and gear
Sunday, February 3
Check in is at 4:30 p.m.
Dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Group meeting 7 p.m. (everyone)
Quiet time 10 p.m. (There are small children to consider)
Monday & Tuesday, February 4–5
Breakfast 8 a.m.
Pack your lunch right after
Ski or hang out
Dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Group meeting 7 p.m.
Quiet time at 10 p.m.
Wednesday, February 6
Breakfast 8 a.m.
Pack and clean rooms, halls, game room … before skiing. Check out is
Ski or head home
Note: These fees cover 3 nights lodging and 8 meals. All ski activities are on your own.
Easy online registrationhere. Online registration closes at 11:55 a.m., 2/1/13.
Adults (ages 13+): $145
Youth (ages 4-12): $89 (Note: 5th graders ride the ski lifts for free. Application is part of the online registration and can be downloaded here. However be aware that it can take 1-3 weeks for Mt. Baker to process the paperwork via the mail. More info from Mt. Baker is here.)
Infants/Toddlers (ages 0-3): Free
There is a minimum deposit of $100 per family to secure your spot. This is a non-refundable deposit unless we can fill your spot. The balance is due January 4.
There is limited room. We will try to put one family per room. If we fill up some families may need to share with another family. Many of the rooms have 10 beds. We would discuss this with you if this becomes necessary. Secure your spot ASAP!
Come celebrate Jesus with us! Our theme this year is “Prepare the Way” and the program includes many traditional Christmas carols sung by various grade levels, Christmas skits written and performed by 7th/8th grade students, and even a few extra surprises like Toby Mac’s “O, Come All Ye Faithful.”
December 14, 7 p.m., at Lighthouse Christian Center, 304 East Viewcrest Ave., Port Angeles.