Corydon Presbyterian Church

We are all walking between tall buildings, aware of the distant sunlight, but unable to experience it. Then one of us hesitates where the light is slightly better, and others gather around to exclaim over the wonder and to share their own encounters. Before we part, we agree to broaden this clarity wherever we can by pausing to honor it.

                     Jeanine Baumgartle, our resident poet and Spiritual Journeys traveler  

     In this group we believe that everyone is on a spiritual journey, that everyone’s experience is valid and that everyone’s progress is important. Be prepared for encouragement and challenge, sharing and accepting, skepticism and testimony, laughter and consolation, going out and going in. We always seem to orbit about one question: how should we live as Christians in this day and this time?

Sharing Spiritual Journeys

     This unorthodox group is defined best by what it does. We spent several sessions composing the this page. It was a great chance to reexamine what we each needed and expected from our time together.   We have frequently chosen controversial books in order to spark lively discussion and our own understanding of our personal spiritual journeys.
     The book Thank God for Evolution -  How the Marriage of Science and Religion Will Transform Your Life and Our World by UCC minister Michael Dowd was the group's most recent discussion topic.   We are considering a peacemaking topic for this fall.
     Everyone is welcome to join us!  We meet year-round in the conference room at 11:30 a.m. after Sunday morning fellowship.

 Sunday Morning Schedule
Bible Study - 9:00
Worship - 10:00 
Fellowship - 11:00
Spiritual Journeys - 11:30

Believe - 11:30

Wee Believers (preschool - elementary)  - 11:30

Contact us:
568 Hwy 62 West
Corydon, IN  47112
(812) 738-3929
Office Hours:
Tues. - Fri, 8:30 - 12:30

Reading Groups
occur throughout the year on books of interest.

Pastor: Phillip Dennis

Bible Study
Wednesdays, 5:45 pm

Our Core Values
God's Love Comes First
Service to the World
Embracing new people and ideas
Taking Care