65th Annual IPC Holiday House Tour
The church and its gracious stewards are opening their homes and sanctuary for holiday tours Dec. 13 - 14.
Holiday home tours are a grand tradition for the historic and beloved Independent Presbyterian Church (IPC). Entering into their 65th year, the church and its gracious stewards are opening their homes and sanctuary to share the joy of the season with the community. Floral designers and homeowners with an eye for style offer an abundance of ideas through inspiring holiday décor. From Christmas tea in the Great Hall of the church to decorations in the sanctuary and parlor to the grand homes on tour, IPC invites you to share the season.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets go on sale beginning Dec. 1, and can be purchased by calling the church at 205-933-1830, by visiting its ipc-usa.org, or by stopping by the church reception desk during business hours. Tickets may also be purchased at the homes and at the church during the hours of the tour.
Saturday, Dec. 13 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, December 14 from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
IPC Holiday House Tour Features
Independent Presbyterian Church •
3100 Highland Avenue
Founded in 1915, the church was designed by Warren, Knight and Davis architect William Warren. The sanctuary and parlor will be decorated by IPC members, and Christmas Tea in the Great Hall will be available both days for ticket holders.
Other featured venues:
Jason Turner and Robert Listerman •
3924 Tenth Avenue South
Melissa Singleton • 4001 Tenth Avenue South
Joey Pierson • 3242 Salisbury Road
Ragan and Brad Cain • 3031 Canterbury Road
Stewart Perry Offices • 4855 Overton Road
At a cost of approximately $150,000, the Children’s Fresh Air Farm Summer Learning Program (SLP) relies upon funds generated by the IPC Holiday House Tour. The SLP addresses challenges faced by disadvantaged children, including summer learning loss and nutritional deficiencies. The program offers academics, enrichment, physical education, and spiritual development.
Interested in learning more about Independent Presbyterian Church? Author Cathy Adams and IPC are debuting their newest collaboration, The IPC Centennial History Book, a 250-page hardcover book highlighting events from the last 100 years. The book is available during the tour.