We are a mission church of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in North America (RPCNA). In 1743 the first Reformed Presbyterian congregation was organized in North America. We have sister churches in Canada, Ireland, Scotland, and Australia.
Our congregation’s story begins in late 2018 when two families met and began seeking others interested in forming an RP congregation. A few months later, our growing group of families, with a deep love for Christ and biblical, Reformed worship, reached out to the Midwest Presbytery of the RPCNA. The presbytery then established a committee of ministers and elders for oversight and guidance on establishing the church. Initially, we would meet in a home for Bible study, Psalm singing, prayer, and fellowship. With the assistance of elders from the Midwest Presbytery, we had our first worship service in October 2020 and continued with monthly services and a weekly Bible study through 2021. The Midwest Presbytery established the work as a mission church in November 2021. This means that we now have local church membership and the presbytery established a Commission of ministers and elders to oversee us, provide pulpit supply, and administer the sacraments to us.
We have weekly services alternating between live preaching and a virtual sermon every other week. We seek to continue growing in number and in fellowship with one another until the time the Lord sees fit in his providence to enable us to call a pastor and local elders.
Our denomination enjoys fraternal relations with several other denominations, including those in the North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council (NAPARC).