Brown County Presbyterian Fellowship is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). One of seven mainline denominations in the United States, it is a part of the Reformed tradition, known for its biblically grounded, intelligent faith; its well-ordered organizational life; and its cooperation with other denominations.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) is governed according to its Book of Order and its beliefs bounded by the Book of Confessions. Of course, both are founded on the Bible. For more about the denomination, click here.
Regionally, Brown County Presbyterian Fellowship is a congregation of the Presbytery of Ohio Valley, located in Bloomington, Indiana. This group includes 79 congregations in southern Indiana that regularly worship, fellowship, and engage in mission together. For more about the Presbytery of Ohio Valley, click here.