IPC Daily Calendar
Independent Presbyterian Church hopes to guide you in celebrating this Epiphany (and the new year) with the prayer practice called Star Words. The premise is this: the magi followed a star which led them to Jesus. We are also seeking Jesus, trusting God can/does use many signs (or stars) to guide us closer to God.
Click on the links below to spin the wheel of star words and find related liturgy. Let go of the desire to pick the “right” star and practice the spiritual task of simply receiving the word that will guide you throughout the year.
You are encouraged to display your Star Word in a place you regularly see throughout the year to allow consistent reflection on how God has guided you through, around, or in connection to that word. Feel free to reach out to IPC for more information or to request a printed word for display.
Enroll for the 2021-2022 school year at IPC's Day School. Fill out the online registration form Jan. 11-15.
“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 13:34-35
As we prepare to celebrate the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we invite you to join us in contemplating more deeply Jesus’ commandment to us to “love one another.” In that commandment, we are called upon to take action so that we are recognized as followers of Christ, not by our words, but by what we do. In the spirit of that great love to which we are called, we hope you will explore the following resources and that you’ll be inspired to read, wonder, learn, share… and act. Let us show our love for all of our neighbors so that we may become the light of Christ in this world.
Reminder: Church Offices are closed.
Join us to connect and reacquaint with your community of Faith. Dr. Goyer will open the Zoom meeting with an update about the church's recent staffing changes followed by time dedicated for the congregation to share prayer concerns and ask questions of IPC's pastors about the new staffing configuration, our upcoming plans to help your along your faith formation journey, or anything else that is on your heart. Register below or watch your email on Sunday, Jan. 24 to receive a Zoom link.
The Deacons of IPC invite you to a virtual roundtable conversation with IPC Counselor Dr. Stewart Jackson. A discussion focused on adults and parents of college and youth, join us to discover ways to deal with your empty nest, isolation, anxiety, and other feelings brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.