At Independent Presbyterian Church, we believe God calls us to be a Christian community, actively engaged in transforming lives through our living faith in Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. You are invited to worship here and to discover ways to grow your faith, serve in ministry to others, and build relationships through fellowship. All are welcome.
There is hardly any way to describe fully the change in our daily lives or the outlook for our post-pandemic world. These circumstances are unique to us. The longer the social distancing and isolation go on, the more I compare the experience to that first plunge into grief when we find ourselves in uncharted territory and walking unfamiliar paths.
Read an executive summary from the House & Properties Task Force and see the results from the congregational re-opening survey.
I have been asked a few times recently, "Would you still have come knowing everything that is going on at IPC?” My answer is this, "Of course, this is a wonderful church and these things are not large in the big scheme of things.” Most of what’s going on I knew before I came. However, I have to admit that with Director of Youth Ministries Isaac Toney’s announcement about stepping down and going back to Atlanta, things got a “little larger”…but not insurmountably so.