I am excited to start the new year with you and discover what God will be doing among us in 2022 and how he is preparing our church for the years ahead.

Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be to all the people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.

IPC's Christmas Eve services will likely be crowded, and for your safety and the safety of those around you, masks are strongly recommended. For those who prefer to worship at home, you are invited to join your IPC family through our virtual worship services. 

On the fourth Sunday of Advent, this is the day we light the candle of love—love that lived for the sake of others.

Your generosity makes it possible for us to assist our neighbors in need, and we are experiencing greater need during this season. IPC filled Harvest for Hunger grocery sacks in November to share the love of Christ, and we now introduce a new ministry, Weekend Buddy Bags.

You are invited this Giving Tuesday to join fellow IPC members to spread some holiday cheer. Participate in the holiday activities of our church and get involved!

Join IPC in worship during the Advent season. You are invited to read the first of our daily Advent devotions incorporating scripture, prayers, and reflections.

I recently had the opportunity to meet with Tom Williams (longtime IPC member) together with Patricia Harper (IPC’s Development Manager) to discuss the IPC Foundation’s Pastors’ Support Fund, which was formed in 2018 by Tom and his wife Alice.

Over the past 12 weeks, the Youth Grant Team reviewed grant requests submitted to the IPC Foundation. The team will unveil how they plan to allocate funds at a presentation on Nov. 8.

Beginning Sunday, October 31, IPC will remove the mask mandate inside our buildings as well as restrictions on food and drink.