Pastor  Megan  Biddle

Pastor Meg Biddle grew up in the thriving metropolis of Hope, IN, population 2,100.  She worked as a nurse for 12 years, during which time she completed her education.

Pastor Meg graduated from Anderson University (IN), with her Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Organizational Studies before attending the Seminary at Anderson University School of Theology, where she earned her Master's Degree in Divinity. While at the seminary, Pastor Meg co-authored a publication for education on women in ministry, along with her Women's Studies professor, MaryAnn Hawkins.

Meg completed an Internship at First Baptist Church, Columbus, IN, and has served for the past two years as pulpit supply serving multiple churches and denominations in the state of Indiana.  Meg left the cornfields of Indiana for Central Square in August, 2014. She lives with her husband, Andy, and their three children.

Church  History

As early as 1820, a group of Baptist met regularly in schoolhouses and private homes. Rev. Peter Woodin organized the church on June 14, 1845 in Central Square.

He was a carpenter and cut the first stick of timber and did much of the work himself when the church was built. The building was dedicated on December 18, 1846. An addition was built in later years.