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The Crop Drop is back and is even bigger than last year! On Sunday, Oct. 16, our congregation will have a unique opportunity to join hands and hearts and sack 33,000 pounds of sweet potatoes to be distributed to our neighbors who struggle with food insecurity. 

Children and families remain a top priority at our church, and in this time of transition, we are fortunate to have the leadership of Emma Stewart, Beth Middleton, and Catherine Goudreau.

IPC is excited to have Margaret Lane Hollingsworth join our staff as the Adult and Family Ministries Communication Coordinator. Margaret Lane joined us August 15 and has been able to gracefully transition into this new position. She has concentrated on digital communication strategy and has enjoyed being able to support and connect with all of IPC’s ministries.

This Sunday we return to our normal worship schedule with services in the sanctuary at 8:45 am and 11 am, Sunday school at 10 am, and the 5 pm Table service in Highland Hall where you can always come as you are.

Our IPC Family of Faith has the opportunity to use our hands and feet in service, as we join the Presbytery and Habitat for Humanity to build a home for a family in the East Lake Community.

The Pastor’s Bible Study is moving to Wednesday evenings this fall. Join us for dinner and study beginning Sept. 14.

All members, neighbors, and friends of IPC are invited to join IPC for our Family of Faith Kick-Off on Sunday, Aug. 14.

IPC continues to seek ways to provide financial and disaster relief assistance to those who are impacted by the historic flooding resulting in loss of life and major destruction in Kentucky as well as support our partners and ministry in the Black Belt region of our Presbytery.