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. 

Sitting down and hearing what someone has to say is easy, right? Not always. Truly listening to, not just hearing, what someone is saying can be challenging at times, especially when we are listening for God’s voice. This Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson, president of Auburn Theological Seminary in New York, will join us as our guest preacher and the Barbara Noojin Walthall lecturer. She’ll deliver a sermon during the 8:45 and 11 am worship services entitled “Cacophony & Polyphony,” which will be on passages in both the Old and New Testaments that refer to listening to the voice of God.

Over the summer, youth embarked on their mission trip to Chiapas, Mexico. They worked with members of local churches with light construction and painting. IPC youth Bebe Holloway reflects on the experience and connecting with people there.

This coming Sunday is World Communion Sunday, a day in which we celebrate the Lord’s Supper with churches all around the world. The diversity of the global church is as wide-ranging as the various flavors of breads that will be broken, and yet our one Lord Jesus Christ, our one faith in him, and our one baptism into his Church sustain our unity as the global church.