Who is welcome?
IPC is a community of welcome for people of all backgrounds, races, ethnicities, economic classes, cultures, and sexual orientations. We are a warm and generous bunch, and are happy to welcome anyone who ﬁnds us on their journey with God.
When is worship?
10:00AM on Sundays
How do I get to IPC?
Visit our location and directions page.
Where do I park?
Free street parking is available throughout Ivyland Borough on Sundays. Those who need handicap accessible access can pull up right in front of the church before parking to ofﬂoad passengers. Our ushers are available to help folks get out of their car and make their way directly up the church steps or to access the sanctuary via our ramp to the right of the worship space.
What about the kids?
Children are always welcome in worship with parents or caregivers. A nursery is available for young children, and educational programming is provided for children ages 2 and up. There is a time in the service when children are invited to attend age-focused play and learning each Sunday. Elementary aged children are also welcome at our Sunday Morning Acolyte Class at 9am, where we learn about worship together over breakfast. Older youth are welcome to join us in youth group on Sunday evenings at 7pm.
What does the church believe?
Ivyland Presbyterian church is a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA). A summary of Presbyterian beliefs, emphases, and history is available here.
How does the church serve the broader community?
Ivyland Presbyterian Church is committed to being a positive force in central Bucks. The church currently prioritizes outreach efforts to address hunger, homelessness, and drug addiction. This outreach takes the form of service projects, ﬁnancial support, community engagement, and through our Ivyland Community Arts Outreach. Our key partners include the Hatboro-Warminster Ministerium, West Kensington Ministry, Broad Street Ministry, Synergy Project (Valley Youth House), The Coordinating Council of Health and Human Welfare on Downey Drive, and Ivyland Community Arts.