who we are


Transforming and connecting lives in Christ.


Be a welcoming congregation that transforms and connects lives in Christ, and shares in the joy of celebrating the grace and glory of God through meaningful worship, study, service, outreach, and caring relationships of our members and community. 


Grand Lakes Presbyterian Church is a conservative, orthodox, Protestant, Reformed, Christian community, locally residing within the Presbyterian Church (USA). We seek to provide opportunities for life-transformation in Jesus Christ. GLPC was chartered by the PC(USA), the largest and oldest of the Presbyterian denominations. We are a “new church development,” formally chartered 2005, by the Presbytery of The New Covenant. We have approximately 550 members (and continuing visitors) in our faith community.

Within the PC(USA) we would be characterized as “evangelical.” Other, conservative (evangelical) Presbyterian churches in the area include the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC), the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Cumberland Presbyterian Church (CPC) and the Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians (ECO). We seek to avoid being a “consumer” oriented church, competing with large, market driven programs and promotions. Rather, we focuson one-on-one relationships, and community strength in Christ. Jesus was clear: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and love your neighbor as yourself.” (Luke 10:27)

The best way for you to get to know us is come visit! At GLPC we say "the mark of a church is not it's seating capacity, but it's greeting capacity!" We'd love to meet you! In the mean time, you can learn more about us through our vision, mission and values below. 


Grand Lakes Presbyterian Church holds that Jesus Christ is the head of the Church; affirms the Bible as the inspired Word of God; believes spiritually through organized study of the Bible; holds God as the center of all we do, balances Worship, Evangelism, Mission and Community; provides family-oriented services to worship God in ways meaningful and inspiring to the members of our community; reaches into our community to share the love of Jesus Christ; and identifies and utilizes our God-given gifts for the glory of God and the benefit of the community.

what we believe

We are devoted to worshiping and serving the triune God (Father, Son & Holy Spirit) through Jesus Christ, the incarnation of God the Son who lived among us. Our Ruling Elders and Pastors strongly believe that each of us is in need of forgiveness, redemption and salvation, regardless of circumstances. 

GLPC’s chief mission is to provide opportunities for transforming and connecting lives in Christ. We believe the great end of all humanity is to glorify God and enjoy God forever. As we worship and follow the teaching of Jesus, we rely on the guidance of the Holy Spirit. 

We are conservative and orthodox, and our theology is Reformed. We believe that ongoing learning, with a strong foundation in Scripture, is critical to living transformed lives. We trust that the Bible is inspired by God and provides truth that leads to eternal life in Christ. GLPC celebrates two (2) Sacraments: The Sacrament of Baptism and the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. 

For more information about what we believe, see our Book of Confessions.