Our first two Prayer & Praise services were clearly successful by any measure. The music had us lifting up our voices and swaying in our seats; the messages of Joy and Hope delivered by our pastors were uplifting; and the renewed camaraderie was exhilarating.

However, it is with sadness that Committee members and staff find themselves in the difficult position of having to “push the pause button” on the Prayer and Praise service at this time. After having discovered additional positive cases of Covid 19 within the congregation, and out of respect for those at risk within our church and the island at large, the event team and staff felt it necessary to yield to an abundance of caution.

We fully anticipate continuing our alternative worship opportunity as the virus subsides and we can provide a safe environment in which to join together again. In the interim, we will continue to work toward improving the worship experience and look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions.

Please continue to check our Website for the future opening date:

To help us promote future services, please post a reply below or send a comment via email about what you enjoyed about the service to Session members involved in the planning:

John Evans
Thom Greenlaw
Sue Jones
Lynne Kaley


Worship Service – Sundays | 10:00 AM

National Day of Prayer Service | MAY 7 | 7:00 PM
(A Skidaway Island Community Event)

SIPC Hosts Award-Winning Lecture Series

SIPC will broadcast via live stream one of the nation’s leading lecture and cultural art series in Liston Hall  from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM.  Bring your lunch and a friend to this stimulating lecture series. We will  have tables set up for seating along with coffee, tea and water to drink.

Ann Compton, a 41-year veteran of the White house press corps who covered seven presidents during her tenure; Mitch Albom, an author, columnist, radio host, and philanthropist whose books have sold over 39 million copies and been translated into more than 45 languages; and Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist at NYU whose last two books were New York Times best-sellers, are among the impressive lineup of speakers.

The 15 speakers will offer informed perspectives on a wide range of today’s most relevant topics, including poverty and hunger, the global water crisis, immigration, mass incarceration, religious freedom, and big data’s inequality and threat to democracy.