On May 7, all women are invited to carpool to Chanticleer Gardens after the service. Admission to the gardens is $10, the grounds are stunning, and after we picnic together, we can break up into small groups and pray together. Or you can find a quiet place and pray alone.
This can also be an amazing outreach event. Do you have a hurting friend or neighbor? Would she like to come along, to be prayed for? The gardens are open until 5pm, so you can leave whenever is convenient for you.
For more information contact Kelly Estes.
Join us Monday, May 8th at 7 pm as we pray for the life of our church. Childcare is provided, and light refreshments follow.
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 14) and concludes on Fathers Day (June 18).
Join us on Sunday, May 21 as we welcome new members into Iron Works and celebrate baptisms. There will be a church family lunch to follow.
Join us Monday, July 10th at 7 pm in IronSpace as we pray for the life of our church. Childcare is provided, and light refreshments follow.
This is the second in a two part class in IronSpace for those who are interested in becoming members, getting baptized, or just learning about the church. Dinner will be provided.
Drop your kids off for a fun movie night in IronSpace each month while you enjoy time alone. Cost: $25 for first child; $15 for subsequent children; capped at $40/family. All proceeds go to the building fund. The first one, on March 29, is timed to coincide with the Iron Hill fundraiser.
On Wednesday, March 29, Iron Hill Brewery in Phoenixville will be setting aside 20 percent of all sales to those with Iron Works coupons to go the Iron Works building fund. Invite your friends and neighbors to enjoy delicious food while raising money to purchase our space!
Wednesdays, March 22 and April 5 from 6:30-9:00 at Iron Space 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 to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 20 if you will be attending.
Join us for a Congregational Meeting after the service on March 12. Childcare and lunch of pizza and salad will be provided.
Join with us as we express our appreciation for John and Ursula Orlando, who have faithfully served us as associate pastor and children's ministry director, respectively, during the past several years. We will celebrate with a lunch and a time of appreciation.
On Christmas day, we will meet in the evening, at 7pm in Franklin Hall for worship service. Join us!
All are invited to our annual Christmas Eve Service at 6:30 pm. Feel free to bring some cookies to share after the service.
Participate in an fun outreach event! Iron Works Church will host a community cookie decorating party in the Franklin Commons bistro area. We'll need lots of help setting up. For more info or to sign up to help, contact email@example.com.
We are hosting a Christmas party to serve our neighbors in Franklin Commons on Thursday, December 15 from 4pm-5:15pm! You can help out by dropping off a dessert (signup here) or by coming to the party to mingle and help serve food and drinks. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phoenixville Pumpkinfest is a FREE fall festival held in downtown Phoenixville on Saturday, October 29 from 10:30am to 4:00pm. Phoenixville Pumpkinfest is hosted by RISE, a group of local Phoenixville churches, and is supported by local residents, businesses, and organizations. Iron Works does a great deal to put this festival on and so many volunteers are needed. If you'd like to help out the day of the event or with preparations beforehand, sign up here.
Pumpkinfest—a fall town festival put on by RISE, a local coalition of churches—preparations continue. Everyone is invited to the final workday October 1 to accomplish a variety of preparatory tasks, from painting to supply-shopping. You can also sign up here to let the organizers know how you can help out on the day of the festival and what you're interested in helping with beforehand. This festival is for the whole town, so many volunteers are needed!
Join us Monday, September 12th at 7 pm for our Church-wide prayer meeting. Child care is provided and light refreshments to follow.
Though it's not quite fall yet, planning for Pumpkinfest—a fall town festival put on by RISE, a local coalition of churches—has already begun. Everyone is invited to the first of two workdays August 20 to accomplish a variety of preparatory tasks, from painting to supply-shopping. If you can't make it on Aug. 20, you can also sign up here to let the organizers know what you're interested in and how you can help out on the day of the festival. This festival is for the whole town, so many volunteers are needed!
Adult Sunday School will be canceled Sunday July 17. Children's catechism class will still be held at 9:15 am, and we will hold our regular worship service in Franklin Hall at 10:30.
Join us Monday, July 11th at 7 pm in IronSpace for our churchwide prayer meeting. Childcare is provided and light refreshments to follow.
Adult Sunday School will be canceled Sunday July 3. Children's catechism class will still be held at 9:15 am, and we will hold our regular worship service in Franklin Hall at 10:30.
Iron Works and Reformed Presbyterian Church of West Chester will be holding a Vision Night to further discuss the plans for re-planting a church in that city. The meeting will be held in Reformed Presbyterian's building, located at: 12 W. Union St., West Chester, PA 19382.
Join us Sunday, November 20, for our Covenant Entrance Service where we welcome new members and perform Baptisms. There will be Church Family Lunch following the service.
Join us Monday, May 9th at 7 pm for our Church-wide prayer meeting. Child care is provided and light refreshments to follow.