We believe that we are church wherever we are and whatever we are doing. We meet in our gathered celebrations on a Sunday morning at 9am and 11am. N2Y and Limitless Ipswich which are our children and youth ministry function only within the 11am service. These are family times where we have vibrant expression of our corporate worship. Throughout the week we meet scattered in various locations in what we call Relational Cells. These spaces are opportunities to do real life together and are environments for discussion, accountability and discipleship.
We host two services, a smaller more intimate service at 9am, and a family celebration service at 11am where we function children and youth ministries. We’ll save you a seat.
During the week we have opportunity to meet in homes to do real life together in relaxed environments for discussion, accountability and discipleship.
Currently every morning we are meeting at 6am for early morning prayers. This has been both in the physical building and via online streaming. In this current situation of lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak we will be solely meeting online. Find out how you can connect in.Discover more
IIC believe it’s important to meet within Relational Cells, however we appreciate that coming together as a group of individuals to a structured gathering is important too. We host a few regular items throughout the year in our calendar. Here are few you can get involved with today, alternatively find out more below.
Where we seek to learn, understand and put to practise the Word. Hear the stories of some who have experienced LifeClass for themselves and consider coming along Friday nights at 7.30pm, all are welcome.
This celebration service holds in the Minor Hall, a smaller setting than the auditorium. Normally starts at quarter-to-nine with tea and coffee served with pastries. The service which normally goes for ninety minutes but has no provision for children and youth work, has been described as intimate and interactive environment.
Our family service with children and youth groups. We worship, we pray and listen to practical teaching of God’s Word. The service which has been variously described as lively, dynamic and expressive holds in the newly renovated auditorium and often streamed live.
At that time, I, Daniel, mourned for three weeks. I ate no choice food; no meat or wine touched my lips; and I used no lotions at all until the three weeks were over.
Daniel 10:2-3 (NIV)
The Daniel Fast as the passage above indicates; is a partial fast. As a family of believers we partake in this fast every year at the end of January.
To us at IIC, mission is a mentality not a location
Internationally we have sent Sharon who’s out in foreign nations helping to translate the bible into a local language so the people can read the scriptures for themselves.
We have connections with other fellowships of other language speakers, therefore we look to establish places where people of all different nations and languages feel welcome.
As part of our belief in mission, ministers are encouraged to be involved in a missional activity, Pastor David is serving on the chaplaincy in the University and at Suffolk New College, Pastor Harold has previously served as a chaplain to the hospital.
We believe mission is a mentality not a location, we express this in various ways, including for example the soup where we go out and feed the homeless as a way of showing and sharing God’s love.
Meet our leadership team, we cant wait to meet with you. Come say hi this Sunday morning at 9am or 11am.Leadership
Pastor Harold Afflu was born in Walsall in the Midlands, UK. He is the fifth among six siblings. When Harold was a year old his parents went back to Ghana, where he was raised and educated .Learn more
I have been married to Stacey for six years and we have two young children – Joseph and Joshua who keep us very busy .Learn more
After a professional background in engineering, accountancy and waste management, Rev Adefuye studied theology and is an ordained minister. Previously, he had served variously as a missionary, church planter, pastor and teacher in Lagos and London .Learn more
I began to believe in God for myself at the age of 10, before that I had grown up going to church but never really believed God or Jesus. I felt that they were just stories we heard about and church was something we just did as a family.Learn more
Relational Cells Co-ordinator
I first heard about how Christ can save me from going to hell at the age of 10. I had just completed weeks of baptismal classes as a prerequisite to getting baptized in the church my family attended. A day before the baptism, my Sunday School teacher told me about receiving Christ before my baptism.Learn more
Gavin was born in Buckinghamshire in 1965, and grew up there and in rural Kent. His parents were teachers and he had a quiet family life. His family were ‘church goers’ rather than committed Christians. He sang in the choir, and learnt much more of the Bible than he realised at the time.Learn more
Denest is an accountant with over 25 years’ experience spanning various industries namely financial services, insurance, accounting practice and manufacturing .Learn more
for God loves a cheerful giver
2 Corinthians 9:6