Indian Prairie Great Banquet

Missions & Outreach

The focus of the Great Banquet is to know Jesus as Lord and Savior and to make Him known. The Great Banquet is an opportunity to be still, to listen, to share and to hear Christ's plan for this world and for our lives. The Banquet promises to nourish you physically, mentally and spiritually. You will feast on deliciously prepared meals; hear talks about the spiritual journey others are on, and fellowship with other believers.

It is a 72-hour experience, beginning on Thursday evening and ending Sunday evening. For three days, guests live and study together in worship, prayer and discussion. Guests participate in the daily celebration of Holy Communion and examine more fully the presence of Christ in His body of believers. They personally experience His grace through the prayers and acts of a loving, Christian support community.

The Great Banquet ministry is a non-denominational entity sponsored by multiple churches and diverse members. It is not necessary to be a member of a sponsoring church, or of any church. The community welcomes all who desire to learn more about Christ. For more information on the upcoming banquets go to ipgb.org or send an email to 

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Mission Highlight

Help Refugees Who Have Fled War-torn Ukraine 

Give through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA)

As the violence continues, the number of people being displaced and fleeing to neighboring countries increases by the day.  And in the midst of the chaos, there are sibling churches and ecumenical partners who are already providing assistance with basic items for survival.  The first priority of PDA is to provide funding to these partners on the ground.  While the scale of this crisis is new, receiving refugees from Ukraine and other countries in Central and Eastern Europe is not, which means PDA has trusted, established partners with the knowledge and expertise to carry out this important work. 

PDA is hearing that the reformed churches in Ukraine and the region are also feeling called to join in the humanitarian response. PDA, therefore, anticipates that our response will include both financial and technical assistance as the network of faith communities providing humanitarian assistance grows in the months ahead.  Funds are currently being used for emergency humanitarian aid such as food items, shelter, medicines, diapers, hygiene items, etc. 

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