As the new Director of Youth Faith Formation, my hope is that the youth of our church will come to know that they too belong to the maker of heaven and Earth. I’m so excited to begin this work and fellowship with you all.
It is our joy to announce that we will resume our 8:45 am worship service in the sanctuary beginning Sunday, April 18. In addition, a new coffee hour in the cloister of the church begins each Sunday starting April 18 following the 8:45 am service.
Each Summer, students at the Children's Fresh Air Farm focus on math and reading to eliminate the educational summer slide and enjoy the grounds a place for creativity, discovery, and problem-solving throughout the day. Learn how you can pitch in now at the Farm to help promote hope and opportunity for our Summer Learning Program.
As part of IPC's Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Catechists shared the Easter story from the book of Matthew 28:1-8 using the atrium work, "The Resurrection." Hear from Kay about this special opportunity to gather in person with IPC's families to learn and wonder.
The House & Properties Re-opening Task Force releases an updated version of our Re-opening Guide listing the current status of IPC’s services, buildings and facilities.
As of this week, the seating capacity in the sanctuary increases to 100 people per service. To help facilitate safe worship at IPC, we have designated seating every other pew in the sanctuary.
We are excited to offer in-person Sunday services beginning Feb. 14th at 11 am and 5 pm. At this time, attendance is limited to 60 people in the sanctuary and 75 in Highland Hall, so please register to attend.
After 35 years of continuous dedicated service at Independent Presbyterian Church, Marsha Harbin is retiring on March 31.
A letter from Interim Pastor Dr. Steve Goyer | Jan. 14, 2021
Blessings for the new year from the Pastor Nominating Committee (PNC) and an update on where we are in our search.