Sunday service takes place at 9:00 a.m. We offer a traditional but yet casual, mixture of scripture, preaching, music, and prayer, as well as, an interactive time called Engaging the Word. We provide printed bulletins for each week's order of service, and also project this information onto large screens at the front of the sanctuary.


Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month. We celebrate an open table, where all are welcome to take communion. Bread and gluten-free crackers as well as wine and grape juice, are available.


Children are welcome to attend the services.  Childcare is also available for infants through preschool age children during worship.


There is no dress code at IUCC, so come as you are. Our member's attire ranges from suits and dresses to T-shirts and jeans.


The best way to get to know IUCC is to join us for coffee and fellowship after Sunday worship. We look forward to meeting and getting to know you better.


All are welcome here!



On Easter Sunday, April 1st, IUCC will offer two services. The first will be a sunrise service at 7 a.m., held outdoors, weather permitting.


At 9 a.m., we will enjoy a festival service in the sanctuary. Invite your friends and family to celebrate the Good News at IUCC.



The men of IUCC will once again host a breakfast on Easter Sunday. Join us at 8 a.m. for full meal celebrating the gifts of the day. Free donations will be accepted.



It's become a tradition! After the 9 a.m. Easter Morning Service, the Worship, Music, and Education team will host cupcakes and mimosas on the front lawn of the church (weather permitting). Orange juice and/or sparkling grape juice will be available for those who do not drink alcohol.



In this series we will quiet things down and heighten our attention to the "still, small voice" of God. Listening through pray and meditation on holy texts is an ancient Lenten practice. Come and rest, come and listen. Series begins Sunday, February 18th.



The Thursday before Easter we remember Jesus' last supper with his disciples. On March 29th at 6 p.m. you are invited to a dinner worship in Volkening Hall, featuring a light Mediterranean meal, prayers, scripture, and communion. There is no cost for the meal, but an offering will be taken.



Were you there when they crucified my Lord? Good Friday worship comemorates Jesus' betrayal, arrest, and crucifixion. This reflective service of shadow will be held March 30th at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary.