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“IRPC envisions a movement of the gospel that transforms lives, communities and the world through people who love God, love others and make Disciples.”

We are church who loves the diversity of the body of Christ and therefore strives to partner with other churches for God’s glory and Christ’s mission for the good of our city.

The Good News!

The word gospel means “good news.” The gospel message is not advice about what we should do, but news about what has been done for us. The headlines read, “God has come into the world to rescue sinners.” The subtitle reads, “Believe! The King is here, and he has brought his kingdom! Turn to him!”

What does this mean for us?

  1. The gospel tells us that we have gracious acceptance from God. 
    He paid for our brokenness by becoming broken on the cross, so we can be made whole.  On the cross there was a great exchange, our record for Christ’s record.  Jesus takes the wrath we deserve and gives us the love that He deserves.  He is hated so we can be loved.  He is rejected so we can be accepted. Because of this there is nothing we can do or not do to make God love us more or less!  We are seen like God sees His perfect Son.  That means the Father looks at you and says, “I love you”, as if He is saying it to His one and only Son.  This loving acceptance is only possible through the costly love of Christ.
  1. The gospel tells us that we have been given the power to become who God created us to be.
    On the cross Jesus stood in our place and had his heart crushed and died. All so we can be given a new heart and be brought fully into life. In Christ’s resurrection we are born into His power to live like people who are fully alive and are becoming more and more like Him, our rescuer.
  1. The gospel tells us that one day our savior will return to make all things new and right. 
    On the cross Jesus stood in our place and was exiled from his own Kingdom in order to open the gates for us. In Christ’s incarnation, death, and resurrection he ushers in a whole new world that is beginning to inhabit the existing world. This world has come but is not yet fully here. Renewal has started but isn’t fully accomplished. For now, we wait until our glorious King returns bringing all the glories of His kingdom where there is no longer hurting, death, or pain.

How should we respond?

On the cross Jesus took His hands off of His own life for you. Now he is calling you to take your hands off of your life for Him.  He is saying to us, I have lived for you, now I want you to live for me. It’s not that our life will be easier, it might even be harder, but He promises us that He is worth it. This gift He has given us is not meant to make us respond out of guilt but is meant to make us fully alive, responding with joy and gratitude.  Run to him! Put your faith, hope, and love in Him; and He will give you the desires of your heart.

We Believe

Our leadership is committed to the centrality of the gospel message and a general confession of the Christian faith and call to action. IRPC is an ECO Presbyterian congregation that practices basic reformed theology. Below is a list of the essential beliefs by which we live.

The Trinity
We believe God exists as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and that He is a being of unimaginably wonderful power, goodness, and love. 
Psalm 118:1Psalm 145:1–9Matthew 28:192 Corinthians 13:14

We believe the world exists because God created it, that it belongs to Him and therefore we should cherish and care for it. 
Genesis 1:1Psalm 24:1–2Isaiah 40:25–261 Corinthians 10:26

We believe all human beings have dignity because they were created by God in His own image, and great worth because they are valued by God beyond our ability to measure. 
Genesis 1:27, 31Psalm 8:3–6John 3:16Romans 5:8

We believe this world also has pain and suffering because human beings have fallen and sinned, and are estranged from God, from each other, from ourselves, and from creation. 
Genesis 3:17Romans 3:23Colossians 1:21Titus 3:3

God's Redemptive Plan
We believe God does not intend for sin and suffering to get the last word, but is at work to redeem and reconcile what He has made. 
Isaiah 11:6–9Colossians 1:21–23Revelation 21:1–5

We believe God has expressed himself uniquely in His Son Jesus, who lived, taught, died, and rose again for our sakes. Jesus is our master and teacher and savior and friend, and now reigns forever with the Father and the Holy Spirit.
John 14:6–7Acts 2:321 Corinthians 15:3–4Ephesians 2:13Colossians 1:15–20Philippians 2:5–111 Timothy 2:5–6

The Bible
We believe God has revealed the truth about Himself in the scriptures of the Old and New Testament, which are our unique and authoritative guides in faith and action. 
Matthew 4:41 Thessalonians 2:132 Timothy 3:16–17

The Holy Spirit
We believe the Spirit of God is now available so we can be closer to God than the air we breathe.
John 14:26Acts 1:8Romans 8:26Galatians 3:14Ephesians 1:13–14

The Church
We believe the Church is the community through which God wants to bring love, healing, and growth to the human race, to which He invites everyone who is willing to follow Jesus to join.
Matthew 18:18–20John 1:12–13, Acts 1:8Galatians 3:281 Peter 2:9

We live in hope because one day Jesus will return, love and justice will prevail, and God will set the world right. 
Matthew 24:30–31Luke 12:40Romans 8:37–39Revelation 21:1–5

Our Staff

Al Rivett

Director of Connectional Ministry

Alex Hagenbaumer

Director of Youth Ministry

Alicia Wallman

Director of Children's Ministry

Gwen Hagenbaumer

Facility Manager

Iley Harrison

Director of Adult Ministry

Joel Giles

Transitional Pastor

Larry Brown

Contemporary Music Leader

Lynn Craig


Melanie Shrensel

Traditional Music Leader