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What’s new at IPC

April 2024

Our pastor will be away at a church conference this Sunday, April 21, when Jane McBride returns to our pulpit. Jane is studying for a PhD in Practical Theology at Leuven University. She works as a conference interpreter, and has three children. She has trained as a hospital chaplain and worked in student ministry. She is the co-author of the book A Place for Us: A Lent course based on West Side Story, which our Adult Education class read last year.

Save the Date!

20 April:  Women of the Church meet, 10:30 at Linda Tylke’s

21 April:  Jane McBride preaching

26 April:  Men of the Church meet, 18:00 at La Terrasse

27 April:  Men of the Church meet, 9:30 at Fox

2 June:  Hail and Farewell potluck meal after worship.

Any questions?

Our Life at IPC


We have a full program of Choir, Worship, and Fellowship every Sunday, with special events held throughout the year. There are also a variety of educational and fellowship events every week.

Children’s Sunday School is available as needed —  children and their teacher leave for Sunday School immediately following the Anthem.

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

Men of the Church meet twice a month on Fridays for drinks and snacks, and meet one Saturday a month for breakfast.

We celebrated our 100th anniversary all last year . 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 are excited to begin our second century!

Mission of the Month

March and April 2024

Teacher Training in Madagascar’s Church Schools

The National Schools Director of the Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar (“FJKM”) wrote to thank us for our support:

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We are most grateful to the International Protestant Church Brussels’ support that has been enabling the EBMI Program to extend its scope of activities in the North regions of Madagascar during the year 2023.
Your contribution to the funding of the EBMI Program really impacted the learners’ results and the teachers’ performance and helped them reach the objectives as it is reported in the attached newsletter. We very much appreciate the advocacy that the International Protestant Church Brussels have been making on behalf of the FJKM school children in Madagascar, and we look forward to your continuing support.