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The IPC Brussels

What’s new at IPC

May 2023

Join us for worship on this Day of Pentecost, when we celebrate the disciples’ new experience of the Holy Spirit after Christ’s ascension. What happened to change them so radically? Come to church to hear more!

Children’s Sunday School will meet this Sunday, 28 May! Every second and fourth Sunday of the month, children and their teacher leave for Sunday School after the Anthem. Mark your calendars!

This Sunday the 20 km race of Brussels will close off the Boulevard de Souverain. If you live inside the race course, you will have to use E-411 to cross the course, or take the Metro to Herrmann-Debroux. A route map is here:

Every Wednesday at 20:30, join us for an online study of Ronald P. Byars’s book Christian Worship: Glorifying and Enjoying God. This book explores such questions as, who cares about worship? what are the meanings for contemporary Christians of worship and the sacraments? what motivates people to worship God?  what constitutes meaningful worship today? and why do we worship the way we do every Sunday? Copies of the book are available after worship on Sunday.

Save the Date!

The Hail and Farewell picnic will be held Sunday, June 11, after worship.

Any questions?

Our Life at the IPC


Sunday School, Youth meetings, and Choir are back. Adult education and Women of the Church meetings are resuming

Don’t miss our children’s Sunday School every second and fourth Sunday of the month, children and their teacher leave for Sunday School immediately following the Anthem.

Youth Meetings will be every third Sunday of the month following the Anthem.

Women of the Church meetings are monthly. Watch the website or the Weekend Watch email for details!

We will be celebrating our 100th anniversary all year long. Our congregation began with a series of meetings in 1922, ending in the laying of a cornerstone on November 9, 1923, at a church on the Champs de Mars in downtown Brussels. We have a new centennial seal that has been designed to help us celebrate. Several special events are being planned throughout the year, including a festive worship service on Reformation Sunday, October 30. Watch for more details!

Mission of the Month

May 2023

Lina’s Project

This month’s mission is Lina’s Project, named after my late daughter who passed away several years ago. Since she loved children, we decided that sponsoring summer activities for under-privileged children would be a good project in her memory. The goal was to celebrate her life, and what better way than to try to bring joy and happiness to others.

The project began in 2017, with the help of her former employer, AFME, and Nativitas, a non-profit organization that agreed to put the plan into action. This is the 5th year that IPC has adopted it as a mission.