- Dinner is safely served starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
- Weekly reservations are required, available through Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.
- Pay online with your reservation to cut down on money exchanges and traffic.
- When you arrive on Wednesday night, please go to the check-in table in the Fellowship Hall to confirm prepaid reservations or to purchase a meal.
AFTER DINNER TEACHING
Join us after dinner at 6:15 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall for a new Wednesday night series taught by Sean: Life and Thought of Jonathan Edwards. We will discover how Edwards — long considered "America’s Theologian" and one of the premier theologians of the Reformed tradition — can help us think about the Christian life in fresh ways, ones that lead us to savor the glory of God and the grace of Jesus. The series will continue through March 24 and is open to all ages. Reservations NOT required.
In the Chapel, Ed Norton is leading a study on Scott Sauls’ new book, A Gentle Answer: Our “Secret Weapon” in an Age of Us Against Them, which shows Christians how to become people who “turn away from wrath” in a politically, relationally, and culturally fractured world.
Robert Browning's Community has started a new series, Leadership Training and Philosophy of Ministry for Young Adults, in Room 220;
Parker Tenent's Community is meeting in the north end of the Fellowship Hall; and
Jeremy Jones's Community has a small group study in Room 237.
For Kids K-5th Grade
That Thing returns next Wednesday night for kids in grades K-5. Children play games, study catechism, create music using instruments, and enjoy service projects (all with safety protocols). The nursery will be open on Wednesdays for children ages 0 through JK. Children must register for That Thing and nursery; registration opens Thursday at 12:00 a.m. and closes Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. Spaces are limited and taken on a first come basis. For more information, please contact Emilee Garrett,
egarrett [at] ipcmemphis [dot] org.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THAT THING