The next Small Group Study begins on Sunday, February 11th. There will be two sessions: 11:30am-1pm and 5:30-7 pm. We will study the book "Vanishing Grace: Whatever Happened to the Good News?" by Philip Yancey. Please let Pastor Glenn know if you need a book or study guide. All are welcome and childcare will be provided for the evening session.
Esther Kisaghu, a domestic violence survivor, will share her story and her work addressing domestic violence in international and cultural contexts at IBC on February 18. Her experience led her to set up the Rose Foundation. She writes about her experience in her book "The Triumph of My Life."
IBC will host the Monday, Feb. 12th Ipswich Dinner Bell meal. Please talk with Merrily or Sue about your involvement in the community-wide meal.
Nursery is available year-round for infants through age 4 during the worship service. Junior Church (during the sermon) is available year-round for ages 4 through 2nd grade. Please note that there is no Jr. Church on Communion Sunday.
Are you praying persistently, boldly and believingly for someone or something that God has laid upon your heart and mind?
Ipswich Dinner Bell - a FREE community meals program serves meals at the Masonic Hall (Topsfield Road) from 5:00-6:00 pm every Monday evening. The meal is available to everyone and is prepared by members of local churches and the community. See Merrily or Sue for additional information.
Food Offerings for the Ipswich Food Pantry may be donated any Sunday. There is a container in the entryway for this offering. Specific foods that are always kept in stock include: cereal, mac & cheese, peanut butter and baked beans. Other items, including baby food & formula, are also welcome.