Organist Dongho Lee will perform on Sunday, November 18 as part of the November Organ Recital Series. Get to know the artist-in-residence at Providence United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC and director of Music Ministries and organist at First Presbyterian Church in Belmont, NC ahead of her performance.

The Season of Christmas is about preparing ourselves for the arrival of the Christ-child. Here at IPC, many of our holiday traditions are centered around our own chil- dren and telling the story of Jesus' birth.

Organist Jan Kraybill will be the second artist in the November Organ Recital Series. Get to know the Organ Conservator at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri, USA and Organist-in-Residence at the international headquarters of Community of Christ in Independence, Missouri before her performance on Sunday, November 11 at 4 pm.

Fall is a season marked by many events and traditions. I always look forward to the new football season, the changing colors of he season, the coolness of the air and the anticipation of Thanks- giving and Christmas with family and friends. Among the events and traditions of the church is the annual stewardship campaign when members are asked to make a pledge for the coming year. What is a pledge?

Caregiving is a valuable position in our community which often goes unrecognized. Let's look at what National Family Caregivers Month is and how you can celebrate it.

When we encounter darkness, we light it up - “with goodness and kindness and holiness.” Those words are part of a call from our Birmingham Jewish Community to perform collectively 1,100 good deeds or Mitzvahs in memory of the 11 lives lost in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. We are called as Presbyterians to carry the light of Christ into the world.

Organist Caroline Robinson will be the first performer for the 2018 November Organ Recital Series. Get to know the the Minister of Music at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Pittsford, NY ahead of her recital on Sunday, November 4.

October 30 marks Elizabeth Goodrich’s last day with us as Associate Pastor for Discipleship at IPC. For the past four years, Elizabeth has blessed us with the considerable gifts God has given her in her work among us.

We are proud of all our students who made incredible academic gains. They also participate in swimming, music, drama, nutrition, physical education, drumming, STEAM, chapel, soccer, dance, yoga, and field trips.

Have you "herd" about Dr. Carl's birthday surprise? A thank you for all the well-wishes. Plus, a look ahead to Reformation Sunday and a goodbye to an associate pastor.