BRPC News


  • New Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries

    by Gary Ingram

    We give thanks to God that we have found the person God is calling to serve as our next Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries! His name is Toby Montgomery, he is a person of great love for God and young people, just received his Master of Divinity from Dubuque Theological Seminary, and has […]

    Kentucky Flood Response

    by Gary Ingram

    In response to the catastrophic flooding in Kentucky the Mission Council has authorized $5,000 to be sent to PDA (Presbyterian Disaster Assistance) to help provide relief and hope to those impacted. If you would like to contribute to this relief effort you may send checks to the church office or give online through this website […]

    Per Capita Payment Request

    by Tina Bramel

    Each year there is a “Per Capita” Apportionment to all Presbyterian Churches to support the administrative work of the Presbytery, Synod and General Assembly.  The Book of Order requires each Presbyterian Church to make this payment for each and every member on its Church Roll.  We believe, and take seriously, that it is our responsibility […]

    Vision 2030 Statement and Survey

    by Dave Govan

    May 3, 2022 Dear Friends, As members of the Planning Council we’ve been working on an updated mission statement to renew our collective sense of BRPC’s identity and purpose, a renewed sense of who God is calling us to be and what God is calling us to do. We seek your involvement in the process […]

    We Welcome Lisa Fabrizio!

    by Gary Ingram

    We welcome with joy Lisa Fabrizio, who started on Monday, April 4 as our new Pastoral Administrative Assistant. Lisa brings a gracious and compassionate demeanor in addition to a broad skill set, with experience as a school psychologist, office manager and Human Resources coordinator. We invite you to stop by the church office Monday – […]

    Mission Council Ukraine Support Announcement – UPDATE!

    by Maureen Paterson

    The Mission Council has authorized $10,000 to be sent through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to support partner organizations in Ukraine who are providing support on this current crisis. If you would like to please mark “Ukraine” as the payment memo. Here’s some information from PDA on their response to this situation: (Click for pdf)

    Sr. High Workcamp Returns to Carpenter’s Boat Shop July 9–17

    by Gary Ingram

    We are overjoyed to announce that the BRPC high school youth group will be returning to the Carpenter’s Boat Shop in Pemaquid, Maine, for Workcamp this July 9 to 17. For nearly 40 years, Workcamp has provided our high school students with a truly transformative experience. With the guidance of a skilled team of adult […]