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All members, neighbors, and friends of IPC are invited to join IPC for our Family of Faith Kick-Off on Sunday, Aug. 14.

IPC continues to seek ways to provide financial and disaster relief assistance to those who are impacted by the historic flooding resulting in loss of life and major destruction in Kentucky as well as support our partners and ministry in the Black Belt region of our Presbytery.

The IPC Foundation shares its 2021 Annual Report. Made possible by a remarkable group of donors, the Foundation’s Board of Directors and Subcommittees, and IPC’s leadership and staff, the year-long response to need at home and abroad spearheaded forward momentum to support causes consistent with the IPC Mission.

On Sunday, July 10, we have the incredible privilege of hosting Pastor Fred Ankai-Taylor from the Church of the Risen Christ in Vinnitsya, Ukraine.

IPC welcomes Sarah Scruggs, our new Community Ministries Coordinator. Sarah joined IPC’s staff on June 20 and jumped right into her new role. She is already hard at work serving our neighbors who are food insecure. 

A Ukrainian family with ties to IPC has relocated to Crestline with many needs, as their home and business in Eastern Ukraine was destroyed by Russian bombs. Please consider contributing to help the family set up their new home.

Rather than reacting with cheering or outrage, perhaps we should all start by spending a good bit of time in prayer.

I am sharing a detailed report about how the funds at Church of the Risen Christ received from IPC are being used. I also want to use this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to IPC for providing us with funds to cover the bulk of our expenditure.