About

A Community of the Faithful

Are you looking for a church in which to grow in love? A church in which people are actually friendly? A church that values learning and honors the hard questions? A church of imperfect people, who are humble in spirit, but bold in service? Do you need a church that welcomes LGBTQ Christians with no reservation? A church with young singles, families with kids, and senior adults mixed up and sharing life together? Are you looking for a church committed to local and global justice, works of compassion and mercy, and environmental justice? Do you want a church that loves God, follows Jesus, and trusts in the guidance of a mysterious and mischevious Spirit? You just might have found it…

Our Beliefs

Our Beliefs

God Is Calling Us to New Places

North Decatur Presbyterian Church is called by God to be a community of faith and worship, dedicated to Christian Education and nurture so that we may go into the world to serve, work for peace and justice, and share God’s love with all people.

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Our Story

Our Story

We Welcome All

Those three words on the sign out front reflect the ethos of a church that has been at the forefront of social action, outreach, and community service since opening its doors almost sixty years ago.

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Our Staff

Our Staff

Stewards of the NDPC Vision

North Decatur Presbyterian Church is blessed to have an abundance of committed leaders who help foster an inclusive community to reflect the vision of the church.

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Our Committees

Our Committees

Engaged in the Work of the Church

The committees at NDPC work together with the pastoral staff and members of the Session to determine the best direction for the church.

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Our Elders

Our Elders

The Session

In a Presbyterian congregation, the members run the church. This group of elders is called the “Session.”

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Our Community Friends

Our Community Friends

Opening Our Doors with Open Hearts

We are fortunate to have wonderful friends who use our building on a regular basis. The services these groups offer are open to the community.

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