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Join us for Lent at IPC!

Lenten Book Groups Beginning in February: Join a small group as we read & discuss Making Sense of the Bible by Adam Hamilton. Ash Wednesday Agape Meal February 10 | 6:30pm: Join us as we begin Lent with a simple, shared meal followed by communion and the reception of ashes. Lenten Vespers Service Tuesday, March…

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“America’s Changing Religious Landscape” Forum with Greg Smith, Pew Research Center

On Sunday, February 21 at 11:20am, join us as Greg Smith, Associate Director of research on religion at the Pew Research Center, discusses new findings from a 35,000 person survey of Americans about their religious affiliations, their spiritual beliefs, and their worship practices. What’s happening to the membership in major Christian denominations and groups Why…

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SAVE THE DATE! Immanuel Auction “Ready, Set, Give!”

Come to Immanuel’s 2016 Auction on Saturday, March 12th, 6-9:30 PM! Click here for the 2016 Auction website! Enjoy dinner and fellowship with other Immanuelites while helping those in need.  You can participate by… – Donating items to be auctioned – Bidding on dinners, parties, items, and services – Purchasing raffle tickets – Becoming a…

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IPC Kids Make Bracelets for ‘Students Helping Honduras’

The IPC kids have made more than 200 friendship bracelets to send to the children who are part of the Students Helping Honduras effort.  Today, the kids will begin selling “sponsorships” of the bracelets to members of the congregation after the morning worship service.  Members will purchase a bracelet for a particular child for a…

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Bruce Douglass (of The Reformed Institute) at IPC This February!

We welcome Bruce Douglass back to Immanuel in February (Sundays in the Meeting House, 9:00am, February 7-28) as he offers a series of talks on prominent Reformed thinkers today, such as… -John de Gruchy (South Africa: Calvinism and apartheid) –Marilynne Robinson (“progressive” Calvinism) -William Placher (the “vulnerable” God)  

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Meditation for a Balanced New Year

Have you found yourself at the beginning of a year longing to stop doing something or start doing something, but not confident about where to begin? Maybe you want to connect with yourself and others on a deeper level. Perhaps you don’t even make New Year’s resolutions anymore. This 4-week class is designed to help…

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