What kind of church are we?

As Presbyterians PC USA, we are members of a reformed family of faith. We have many ways of worshipping, praying and singing and of serving God’s mission in the world, but in each and all congregations Presbyterianism means:

Faithful confession that God alone is Lord

Faithful confession that God alone is Lord

Praying Hands

Emphasis on God’s covenantal relationship to humanity

Members hugging

Grace being entirely God’s action to which we respond in gratitude & faithfulness


The authority of Scripture & its role in shaping, forming and informing faith

Church music

And the living out of faith in the public sphere

We pride ourselves on a heritage steeped in the value of education and a system of governing that maintains a balance between authority and freedom. The Presbyterian Church has been in the fore front of reform since its inception in the fifteen hundreds; leading the way over the centuries in promoting democracy, freedom, literacy, global mission, disaster aide, social equality, tolerance, self sufficiency, conservation, and peace. Presbyterians today are eagerly continuing this ministry with Christian brothers and sisters near and far, learning about and living out the message of God’s reconciling love through Jesus Christ to a hurting world.

Rev. Wil Reinowski
Meet our Pastor

Rev. Wil Reinowski

Wil attended Lyon College and graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and a minor in Religious Studies. He graduated from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity in May 2019.

Playing an active role in the leadership and life of Central Presbyterian Church for years, Wil has served as an Elder, Stephen Minister, and on the Pastoral Nominating Committee, Nominating Committee, Worship Planning Team, Engaging Young Adults, and Adult Education Committee. He also enjoys singing with the choir.

Prior to his position at Central, Wil worked with Valley Oaks Health (formerly Wabash Valley Alliance) as a PATH Outreach Case Manager, assisting homeless persons in Tippecanoe County who are disconnected with community resources. His spouse, Ryan, is also active at Central. They both enjoy travel, theatre, and spending time with friends and family.

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