Who We Are


We joyfully worship our Triune God- Father, Son and, Holy Spirit according to the truths of Scripture and the affirmations of the historic Christian creeds – the Apostle’s Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Chalcedonian Creed. While these historic creeds do not supersede the authority of the Scriptures, they are indispensable guides for Biblical orthodoxy.

As a Christian church, we are committed to the centrality of the good news of Jesus Christ: his life, death, resurrection, ascension, present reign, and future return in glory.

We believe that the Bible is God’s word and, as such, it is inspired, infallible, and inerrant. It is the only rule of faith and practice in our church.


Our faith is expressed by the principles of the Protestant Reformation, known as the Five Solas: Jesus Christ redeems His people by grace alone through faith alone, as taught in Scripture alone, to the glory of God.


We value the importance of the way Christ governs his church as being comprised of a plurality of elders and deacons.

We are “connectional” which means that we have mutual accountability at local, regional, and national levels. The local body of leadership is called the “session,” the regional is called the “presbytery,” and the national is called the “general assembly.”


Every church has some kind of confession or statement of faith. Even the stance of “No Creed but the Bible!” is a kind of creed unto itself. While not inspired nor of final authority, we believe that the Westminster Standards provide a faithful and helpful summary of Christian doctrine and duty.


“Covenant” is a word that has fallen on hard times recently. It may seem like an archaic term at first glance but in Scripture, a covenant is a relationship that God establishes with his people and guarantees by his word. Our sovereign Lord is a covenant-making and covenant-keeping God! Covenants are the backbone of the Scriptures. Scripture unfolds the one covenant of grace that God made with Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, and finally, and most importantly, fulfilled in Jesus Christ.


Immanuel Presbyterian Church is a church plant in the Pacific Northwest Presbytery.
IPC started as a group of committed believers desiring a PCA church in North Idaho. In October of 2023, IPC was granted mission status and began holding morning and evening services.
Our prayer is that the Lord of the harvest will equip us for his work of gathering, discipling, and sending forth the next generation for his glory.