In 1989 the Addington family, newly moved to Georgetown, felt led of the Lord to start a church in their home. They came from an Evangelical Free Church background, and wanted to plant a Free church. That was how the Georgetown Evangelical Free Church was started!
Their home Bible-study grew rapidly, and soon the congregation was meeting in various rented facilities around town. Rob and Susan Black and their family arrived soon after, and Rob became the church's first full-time pastor.
Property was purchased along Ironworks Pike Road, and God enabled the church to erect its first building. After a decade of faithful service, Rob Black was led by the Lord to a new church, and Jack Brooks and his family came in 2001.
In 2012, the church changed its name to Ironworks Pike Community Church.
IPCC is part of the Southeastern District of the EFCA.http://sed-efca.org/