COVID-19 GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES FOR SUNDAY WORSHIP AT IPC

Updated February 2021 If you or a household member has been diagnosed with COVID-19:do not come to church until at least 30 days after all symptoms have disappeared, OR 14 days after a negative test result. Before you come to church: Take your temperature. Do not come to church if your temperature is over 100℉. …

In-Person Worship Suspended through January

Members and Friends of Independence Presbyterian Church, This morning the Session of IPC voted to suspend in-person worship for the rest of January. We will have virtual-only worship for the next three weeks (Jan 17, Jan 24, Jan 31). We are tentatively planning on returning to in-person worship on Sunday, February 7. The church will …

Suspension of In-Person Worship Continued (12/16)

Suspension of In-Person Worship Continued:Session Meeting Notes At the Session meeting on Wednesday, December 16 the elders of IPC voted to extend the suspension of in-person worship for the next four Sunday. Worship will remain virtual for Sundays: December 20, December 27, January 3, January 10. Session will meet again on Sunday, January 10 to …

In-Person Worship Suspended Temporarily (11/27/20)

Members and Friends of Independence Presbyterian Church, This morning the Session of IPC, on my recommendation, voted to temporarily suspend in-person worship for the next three weeks. We will have virtual-only worship for the first three weeks of Advent (Nov 29, Dec 6, Dec 13). Which will take us through the county’s “stay-at-home” advisory. Session …

Message from the Pastor (11/20)

Message Regarding the Coronavirus (November 20, 2020) “Weeping may linger for the night, but joy comes with the morning.” (Psalm 30:5)   We have hit new levels of the pandemic in our state, in our region, and in our country. The Session of IPC met by Zoom on Thursday, November 19, and discussed the recent …

COVID-19 GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES (9/1/20)

COVID-19 GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES FOR SUNDAY WORSHIP AT IPC (Last Updated: September 1 2020) Bulletins will be printed and placed in pews on Thursday. Given the CDC recommendations about the virus’ life on the surface of a piece of paper, the three-day passage of time should eliminate any risk of exposure. However, it is up to …