The most fulfilling and fun opportunity to be the hands of Christ could be awaiting you at Independent Presbyterian Church. This isn’t your typical recess. Trained staff and volunteers will lead activities and eat lunch with participants living with mild to moderate memory loss on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Highland Hall from 10 am - 2 pm. It will be a healthy dose of fun with exercise, music, crafts, games, service projects and a daily devotional.

Christ is risen! Let us celebrate this gift given to us and the rebirth of hope by continuing to carry out his ministry within our church, our community and our world.

Looking for a good book for this Season of Lent? The IPC Library Committee offers its recommendations.

If you are looking to volunteer this summer, we have the perfect spot for you out at the Farm!

If you want to serve through the Guild, please get an interest form at the receptionist desk, and return the completed form to the Guild box next to the elevator by Monday, March 26.

IPC member Kathy Thomson shares her experience with centering prayer and why you should try it this Lent.

On March 18, we embark on Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem. The women of the Guild and children will help usher in Holy Week at Independent Presbyterian Church.

For decades, the IPC Food Pantry has provided non-perishable food items to members of our community who are in need of assistance to provide adequate food for their families. Thanks to the steadfast generosity of our members, we have a steady flow of donated food items for our Pantry.

From March 5-13, Rev. Brian Lays will be in Arusha, Tanzania to attend the "Global Ecumenical Theological Institute” (GETI), a short-term study and exposure program offered by the World Council of Churches that accompanies the Conference on World Mission and Evangelism

Looking for your child's next big adventure? Consider a journey into the Promised Land or a white-water trip with God. A fun filled week of deepening their faith and strengthening their relationship with God awaits at VBS and BTMP.