The Presbyterian Reformed Church in Indiana was constituted by the Presbytery of the Presbyterian Reformed Church in 2002. In 2003, Rev. Brad Freeman was installed as its minister in Columbus, Indiana.
In 2012, Bible studies were initiated in Jasper, Indiana, and shortly thereafter worship services were added, so that the Presbyterian Reformed Church of Indiana held worship services and Bible studies in both locations. In June of 2015, The Presbytery of the PRC designated the Jasper location a separate congregation with its own session. Our congregation consists of families in and around Jasper and Southern Indiana.
The Columbus location continues as a congregation of the Presbyterian Reformed Church.
Our minister: Rev. Brad Freeman
Rev. Freeman holds a B.S from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. He graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary in 1996 with an M.Div. and has been a minister in the Presbyterian Reformed Church since 2003. He has been married for over 30 years and with his wife has home schooled their three children.
Rev. Freeman is a former US Army Infantry officer and Army Chaplain. In addition to his active duty service, he also served in the US Army Reserves and in the Mississippi, Texas, and Iowa National Guard.