Important Links

Congregational Events

  • Wednesday night dinner returns on September 6. Place your order by noon on Tuesdays and pick it up on Wednesdays between 5:30 - 6 pm in the Great Hall. Meals include dinner options for adults and children and family casseroles.

  • The 2023 Fall Grace Groups will explore the intriguing and sometimes perplexing Book of Revelation during a book study on Breaking the Code: Understanding the Book of Revelation by Bruce M. Metzger and revised by David A. DeSilva. Thank You Books has the book available for purchase so visit 5502 Crestwood Blvd to purchase your copy!

  • IPC parking lot from 2 - 4 pm
    All ages 5 and up are invited to help sack 16.5 tons of sweet potatoes for our neighbors who struggle with food insecurity during our annual service event. A limited number of Crop Drop t-shirts are available for sale on the sign-up link.

  • Register for IPC's Farm Centennial & Fall Festival to be held at The Children’s Fresh Air Farm on Sunday, Oct. 29 from 3 – 6 pm. This year's fall festival is going to be a blast with live music by the Table worship band, dinner, fun games for kids, a hayride, and a dedication ceremony to celebrate 100 years of ministry at the Farm.

  • Hope you will join the Lunch Bunch for a great meal and fellowship on Halloween! We will meet at the restaurant at 11:30 AM. This is a self-pay event but please register so we will have an accurate headcount.

  • At the Home of Merrill Stewart from 6 - 8 pm
    IPC Connect invites you for a lovely, fall evening on Thursday, November 9. There will be heavy hors d'oeuvres provided by Kim's Kitchen along with cocktails as we enjoy the season in fellowship with our IPC friends.

  • IPC's newest addition is expected to be completed early this summer. The expansion includes 256 additional niches with 192 double and 64 single niches. You may purchase a niche for yourself or a loved one.

Children's Events

  • Wednesday Nights are back for kids this fall and better than ever! Kids Rock will be each week beginning August 16 through November 15. Kids will be grouped according to their ages for the various rotations that will happen including dinner, crafts, recreation & music. View the sign up form for more information on weekly themes, age groups, drop off, and pickup.

  • 4th-6th Graders are invited to share a meal, have fellowship, and work on a mission project together! M4 allows our oldest children to glance at what their routine in Youth Group will look like when they reach 7th grade.

  • Join us from November 9-11 at Living River for an elementary retreat with our presbytery friends. This exciting weekend, for children in Kindergarten to 5th grade, is packed with opportunities to have fun, bond with peers, and deepen your faith. This year's theme is “Do Justice, Love Kindness, Walk Humbly with God”.

  • Enroll for the 2023-2024 school year at IPC's Day School. Fill out the online registration form to apply.

Youth Events

  • This fall we will return to a more normal schedule with two services one at 8:45 and one at 11:00. We will also return to having 3 acolytes at each service.

  • The presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley Youth Council is hosting a presbytery retreat Oct. 7-8 at Living River.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Sign up to join IPC at this year’s Habitat for Humanity Build. IPC volunteer days are planned for Sept. 14, 16, 22 & 30; Oct. 21 & 29; and Nov. 3 & 11.

  • Sign up to provide a simple sack lunch for our Habitat for Humanity volunteers. We will only need about 12 lunches and no need to provide drinks, as they are given to us by Habitat. Please bring lunches to the worksite by Noon.

  • Kick-off our annual Harvest for Hunger campaign with a family-friendly Crop Drop on Sunday, Oct. 15, from 2 - 4 pm. All ages 5 and up are invited to help sack potatoes for our neighbors who struggle with food insecurity. Childcare for under 5 provided.

  • Provide and serve dinner for the women and children staying at First Light each night during the week of Nov. 12-18. Great activity for a family or group!

  • Assist the earth care team and bring the #5s to Community on the Rise during drop-off times (10:30 am - 1:30 pm). Please text Avery Rhodes (251-680-5619), Executive Director of Community on the Rise, prior to your delivery to let her know that you're coming and confirm that someone will be there to accept the delivery. The whole process takes about 45 minutes.

  • Help us to continue refilling our Blessing Boxes and Weekend Buddy Bags. Donations can be dropped off or sent via a delivery service Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm to IPC Community Ministries' entrance on 31st Street South, up from the covered walkway. You can sign up to bring items or consider making a monetary gift to assist IPC Food Ministiries.

  • Volunteers are needed to deliver Meals on Wheels in the Kingston neighborhood, where a significant part of IPC's local community outreach is focused. Interested volunteers should sign up directly with Meals on Wheels.

  • Join us in shaping joyful experiences and meaningful growth for young hearts at IPC this fall! Whether it's helping with Wednesday Night's rotations or nurturing Worship Care on Sundays, your involvement, big or small, leaves a lasting imprint on our children's lives.