Our next PAAK fundraiser is coming up on Friday, April 5 at Main Street Cafe in Royersford. We will be hosting a spaghetti night from 5:30 to 8:00pm. The cost is just $10 per adult and $5 per child for all-you-can-eat spaghetti and meatballs! We will have meatless sauce for vegetarians and buttered noodles for the kids who don't like red sauce. Drinks are also included. RSVP by April 3.
Thursdays, March 28 and April 11 from 6:30-9:00 in IronSpace there will be a two-part class for those who are interested in becoming members, getting baptized, or just learning about the church. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP by March 25 if you will be attending.
On Friday, March 15, from 7pm–9pm we're gathering a bunch of folks together to have a great time playing BINGO and raising funds to benefit PAAK! In addition to BINGO cards, food and baked goods will be available for purchase. All are welcome, including kids! Cost is $10 per person or $25 per family.
Questions? Get in touch!
One of the most effective ways to grow spiritually at IWC is to connect with the life of the church. That is accomplished through serving alongside others, through living lives in community in home groups, and through men’s and women’s ministry. We'll be throwing a Connect Fair during and after the service on February 24 make that process just a bit easier. Enjoy homemade goodies and get to know those who can help you connect with a home group, ministry team, or men's/women's ministry. Questions? email@example.com.
The Deacons are organizing a work day! All are invited to join us on Saturday, February 9 to help accomplish a number of projects in our space. There will be tasks for all skill levels. Services needed include painting, cleaning and other projects. If you can, please bring a paint roller or brush.
Enjoy a night out while raising funds for the purchase of our space. Four IWC families in the Phoenixville borough are hosting a progressive dinner party on February 2 to benefit PAAK. You'll spend a few hours strolling from home to home, eating fantastic, home-cooked food and spending time together. Cost is $30 per person for a full meal, drinks, and dessert. We encourage you to invite others to party with us. Please RSVP by Sunday, January 27. Reserve your spot!
The IWC Athletic Department will be holding a flag football game with Calvary Bible Church on Saturday, December 2, at 1pm at Calvary Bible Church. All skill levels are welcome—even those who have never touched a football before. This is intended to be a coed, friendly match between two RISE churches; it's a great time to bring a friend! Direct questions and RSVPs to Matt Comber.
Come out and enjoy a night with the family! Every individual and family ticket purchase includes a large cheese pizza from Bella Napoli.
Pack your blankets, chairs, and pillows and snuggle up for a screening of Peter Rabbit in Franklin Hall at Franklin Commons. We will have concessions available for purchase, including popcorn. Purchase tickets here.
Are you looking for a way to love and serve Phoenixville? Pumpkinfest—a fall festival put on by a group of local churches each year—provides a fantastic opportunity to do just that. It requires hundreds of hours of preparation each year and scores of volunteers the day of (October 20). You can volunteer to help with preparations or on the actual day of the festival. Questions? Contact Tim or Kathleen Kutch with questions.
This fall, Iron Works will seek God's face for big things in Phoenixville through a time of corporate prayer and fasting. We will begin fasting at 7pm on September 9 and will break our fast together at 6pm Monday, Sept. 10 with a meal and a time of prayer and worship. Join us in seeking the coming of God's kingdom in our city through prayer. IWC will provide a main dish, and please bring a salad, dessert, or drink to accompany it. Please RSVP at ironworkschurch.org/fast so we know how much food to order.
Former IWC Associate Pastor John Orlando and his wife Ursula will be visiting Iron Works on August 19 while they are on leave from their mission planting a church in Italy. Join us in welcoming them back warmly during a time of fellowship before the service. If you can bring a breakfast food or baked good, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Iron Works is collecting funds in baby bottles to help support the work of YoungLives ministry. Through monthly meetings, Bible studies, mentoring relationships and summer camp, YoungLives seeks to give young mothers practical and emotional support, as well as share the Gospel. Collection begins Mothers Day (May 13) and concludes on Fathers Day (June 17).