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MIPC library & playground




10:30 - 11:30 am


July - August

All ages welcome to story time followed by playground time!




"Cultivating Faith"

Parenting Seminar 

RESCHEDULING - Watch for new date and time





LENT FAMILY Spiritual Practices

This Lenten Season, MIPC is offering 6 practices, one per week, for you to try alone, with others, or with your family. The hope is that these practices will draw you and your children deeper into the Lenten experience and prepare everyone for Easter Sunday.

A link to the materials can be found here




Lent Pretzels—Pretzels are a traditional Lenten food because their shape calls to mind arms crossed in prayer.  Google “lent pretzels” to learn more.  Here is a recipe for making pretzels:

Bonus: soft pretzels are a great movie food!  Plan ahead and make some for movie night instead of popcorn!

Easter Tomb—create a replica of Jesus’ empty tomb.  Here’s a really cool way to do it that involves growing seeds in a little rock garden. (You’ll need to start a couple of weeks before Easter for this one

For something fun but a little less intensive try these options using salt dough, paper or paper plates

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Tuesday February 20, 9:30-11:30 AM


There will be snacks and art supplies to use while we watch the movie.

RSVP to Ms. Teressa


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4th & 5th Graders- bring your friends!

5:30 - 7:30 pm

January 19| February 9 |March 16

2017 All Church Back Yard Camp Out

August 12 - August 13

Backpack Mission for Friends of the Children, BBQ, Games, Community, Smores, Stars, Breakfast, and Worship!

Family Involvement Leads to Sticky Faith

When children are baptized at MIPC, we commit to nurturing our children in their faith.  Safe dialogue about faith includes an exploration of what we believe and way, as well as openness to questions and doubts. Children who have relationships at their church with people they can talk with openly about faith, and who are able to talk with their parents openly about faith are more likely to have their faith stick past childhood. We invite parents to participate in faith events with their kids, to volunteer in Sunday School, and to provide opportunities for relationship development and dialogue.  Read more about Sticky Faith here.