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“Growing Deeper in Faith, Reaching Out in Love”

Mission Statement of Crossnore Presbyterian Church

Sunday Worship is held at 11 a.m. We are meeting in the church fellowship hall for the winter months. Coffee fellowship follows the worship service. If you would like to receive the virtual worship service by email or mail, please send an email to: cpcpcusa@gmail.com or call the church office: 828-733-1939. Thank you!

If there is inclement weather, we will post the cancellation of in person worship on the website and facebook and on the church office phone message. When we are not able to meet in person, Pastor Kathy records her sermon on Zoom and sends it out along with the bulletin and music links.


Your gifts at work

During the first four months of 2023 the generous gifts provided by you turned into $10,525 of donations to local and global charities. Find out more by clicking here for the full report.

Special lecture

Dr. Karl Campbell, Professor of History, Appalachian State University, will be presenting a lecture on “Pirates, Patriots, Tar Heels, and Slaves: Historical Roots of Modern North Carolina (1540-1840)” at Crossnore Presbyterian Church, 200 Chapel Drive, Crossnore, NC, on Tuesday, June 13, 7 p.m. History is not just in the past, it shapes the present and the future, too. Many of North Carolina’s defining characteristics grew from the dramatic experiences of its early history. Known as “Poor Carolina” during the colonial period, the state suffered from poverty, conflict, and violence. North Carolina claimed to be “first in freedom” during the American Revolution, only to slip back into political and economic lethargy under an oppressive system of slavery. The first three centuries of Tar Heel history were marked by humility and heroism, slavery and freedom, poverty and progress. These struggles shaped North Carolina’s historical identity and continue to impact our lives today. This lecture is the first in the CPC Summer Series of Speakers and Music. This program is open to the public and free of charge. Watch here for a full schedule soon.

Roof Project

The "Raising the Roof" Capital Campaign is in full gear. Over 90 households in our church family have already sent in their donations and pledges since early November. If you would like more information, please contact Rev. Kathy Campbell at rev.kathy.campbell@gmail.com If you would like to make a donation, please make your check out to Crossnore Presbyterian Church and designate it for the “Roof Project.” Our mailing address is P.O. Box 386, Crossnore, NC 28616. Your gift will help us reach our goal and “pay it forward” for generations to come.

More announcements

Keep up with the latest at Crossnore by checking out the bulletins, or by checking out our newsletters online.

Sunday Worship

9:30 a.m., Choir Practice; 11 a.m., Worship; 12 noon, Coffee Fellowship. Communion on the first Sunday of each month. Our Choir practices on Sundays, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., in the sanctuary, and sings during Sunday worship. Everyone who enjoys singing is invited to join!
More about worship here

Weddings at Crossnore Church

Due to our “Raise the Roof” project that will replace the sanctuaries 100 year old roof, there will be no weddings held in our sanctuary for the foreseeable future.
Crossnore Presbyterian Church • 200 Chapel Drive • PO Box 386 • Crossnore, NC 28616 • 828-733-1939 • cpcpcusa@gmail.com