Throughout its brief history, Westminster Presbyterian Church in Muncie, Indiana has provided a home for Bible-believing Christians who have sought to grow in their spiritual lives under the teachings of the Reformed faith.
Organized in 1967 as a mission church of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod (R.P.C.E.S.), Westminster affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (P.C.A.) in 1982 when the two denominations completed their “joining and receiving” deliberations. Since 1982, Westminster has continued this affiliation with the P.C.A. and, in the process, helped to foster and nurture three other P.C.A. churches, Christ Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Indiana; White River Reformed Presbyterian Church in Anderson, Indiana; and New Life Presbyterian Church in Yorktown, Indiana.
If you would like to read a full account of Westminster’s history from 1967-1992, Please visit the following link to read an account by Elder Bruce Geelhoed.