Presbyterian Free Church of Central India

The Presbyterian Free Church of Central India (formerly known as the Free Church of Central India) is a confessional Reformed denomination in India, established by Scottish missionaries.

The Free Church of Scotland established this church in Central India in the end of 19th century. The denomination has 4 churches in Jabalpur and other small villages like Chhapara and Lakhnadon, where it runs Mission Higher Secondary school in Chhapara, which is one of the best and reputed schools of the region, and another High school in Lakhnadon.

The Church is involved in educational, medical and social work in the region. The church was known as the "Free Church in Central India" until 2007 when the church become the Presbyterian Free Church of Central India.

The denomination subscribes the Westminster Confession of Faith (1647) and has one regional Presbytery.[1]

The church is a member of the World Reformed Fellowship[2] and the International Conference of Reformed Churches[3]

The denomination currently has 4 congregations and several house fellowships [4]


  1. Christoph Fasse. "Address data base of Reformed churches and institutions". Retrieved 6 June 2014.
  2. "World Reformed Fellowship". Retrieved 6 June 2014.
  3. "The International Conference of Reformed Churches". Archived from the original on 16 February 2004. Retrieved 6 June 2014.
  4. "BBK.GKV » India". Retrieved 6 June 2014.

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