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Congregational Events

  • Groups meet in members' homes over six-weeks from Oct. 11 - Nov. 20, 2020 for a scripture study. NEW! These small groups will be reading different books.

  • Nominate IPC members to serve as Elders and Deacons in the classes of 2023, trustees to serve on the IPC Foundation, two congregants to serve as members at large on the Representative Nominating Committee and as it stands, the vice president of the congregation (who will become president in 2022). Deadline to nominate is October 15.

  • Place your dinner order by noon on Tuesdays. Kim Martin and her kitchen staff will prepare the meals and have them ready for curbside pick up between 5:30- 6:30 pm on Wednesdays.

  • Worship with us in the courtyard on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. Reservations and masks are required.

  • Come join us on Sunday, October 25th, 1- 4 pm, for a great autumn day at the Children's Fresh Air Farm with orange pumpkins and blue October skies! Activities include an inflatable slide, games, hayride, cake walk, pumpkin patch, photo booth, and others. Group sizes will be limited, masks are required for ages 3+, and social distancing will be practiced. Sign up for a timeslot using the link above.

  • Pre-oder notecards or prints with a watercolor painting of IPC by Camilla Moss. Cost: $20- 27

  • Sign up for a class or small group at IPC this Fall. Most of our classes are meeting virtually via Zoom.

Children's Events

Youth Events

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Provide and serve dinner for the women and children staying at First Light Oct. 18- 24. Great activity for a family or group!

  • Come pack healthy snack bags for our SLP students on Wednesdays, Oct. 7 and Oct. 21. Students will receive these snacks at upcoming fun days at the Farm.

  • Join us and volunteer at the Children's Fresh Air Farm on Sunday, October 25th, 1-4 pm, for a great fall festival. Lots of fun, pumpkins, and cute kids!

  • August dates to help feed the women and children staying at First Light.

  • We're helping Highland UMC to provide 50 sacked lunches every Tuesday for the homeless.

  • We're partnering with Bogue's and Rojo to help feed people in Highland Park who are suffering from food insecurity due to COVID 19. You are encouraged to purchase a meal from Bogue's or Rojo for your family and pay it forward by purchasing another for a family in need. You can also make donations to the IPC Food Pantry Fund.

  • The pantry is closed. No food donations are being accepted. However, clients are still being provided food through City Meats vouchers. Please consider making a gift to assist IPC Social Services with the larger vouchers and with our utility, rent and medical assistance program.

    Here are some examples of how we are using these funds during this COVID-19 crisis:
    * A gift of $47 to IPC Social Services will purchase a voucher to feed a family of four for a week to ten days, providing them with two boxes of food from City Meats in Woodlawn: a box of canned, boxed and dry goods and a box of frozen meat, vegetables, and fresh dairy, eggs and bread;
    * A gift of $20 will help families purchase essential items they are not allowed to buy using their food stamps, such as diapers, wipes, toilet paper, paper towels and cleaning supplies;
    * A gift of $30 will buy a gasoline card to help those still working during this crisis get to their employment;
    * A gift of any size, pooled with other gifts, can assist people in paying utility bills, rent, and in purchasing prescription medications and other needed medical equipment.

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