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Thank you to everyone who helped make our Crop Drop a huge success! More than 100 children, youth, and adults sacked more than 800 bags of produce to share with our neighbors.

Join us for our annual Harvest for Hunger drive when we have a special call for members to bring food and hygiene items to the church. Pick up a Harvest for Hunger grocery sack at IPC now through Sunday, Nov. 14, and return your filled bags by Sunday, Nov. 21, for the Harvest for Hunger dedication and celebration.

Join IPC for an experience you’ll never forget. Apply now to participate in life-changing and spiritually significant mission journeys being planned for the summer of 2022.

Join IPC on Sunday, October 17, from 3-5 pm on the lawn behind Highland Hall for a Crop Drop. Everyone (ages 5+) is invited to join in this fun time of fellowship and meaningful mission work!

I get the great privilege of preaching to our new church family and begin to unwrap all the wonderful surprises that God has in store for our family at IPC. I hope you’ll come on Sunday, Sept. 12 and be a part of it.

Peter Ray, a senior at John Carroll High school and an active member of the IPC youth group, designs and builds a Prayer Wall at the church.

Evelyn Puckett retires from STAIR of Birmingham on Aug. 31 after 15 years of serving students.

IPC is pleased to announce that Dr. Kay Roller will be joining us as the Director of the IPC Day School starting August 30.

For those who can join us in person on Sunday, Aug. 15, our team has compiled the must-know information below to help you navigate the day.

The Re-Opening Task Force met this week to look at the current rising trend in positive cases of Covid-19. In light of the current numbers and expected trends for the coming weeks, we are again requiring masks for any in-person indoor gatherings.