Welcome to 
Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church

Sunday Service April 18th, 2021 

Video will start 5 minutes before the Service begins.

Return to In-Person Worship

The Session, in light of the reduction in infection rates and in consultation with our medical personnel, approved our return to in-person worship on April 4th. Masks and social distancing will be required. We will meet in the new Fellowship Hall. The 11am service will continue to be live-streamed for those who wish to continue viewing at home. Please note that there will be no nursery available at the present time. We are excited about returning to in-person worship and are attempting to do so in a safe and responsible manner.

 

 

Here is a link to the children/youth Sunday School lesson:

https://forms.gle/9kes8Y8VC4M7z7pu8

 

 
Mr. Fred’s Craft Time
Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church Craft Time bird feeder
 
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Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church Craft Time bird feeder
Jesus feeds 5,000 and we can make a birder to remind us of God's mir
 
Sunday School for Elementary Age starts at 10:am

 

 

 

     We are glad you have found us!

See our Facebook page for pictures and videos of the construction.


In 2020, we have built our New fellowship Hall and Nursery!!!

 




Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church is a multi-generational body 
of believers committed to following Jesus and serving God's people.  
We are dedicated to worshipping God and actively pursuing spiritual growth,
  fellowship, and mission outreach.  


It is our pleasure
 to welcome you to learn more about our congregation through
this website and invite you to join us for worship
 and other weekly events here at the church
located at 252 North Washington Street in Rutherfordton.

         Our Mission:

To welcome all in Christian worship, service, fellowship,
         and spiritual development.






Welcome to Rutherford County

The Blue Ridge Mountains. The South Mountains. We’re home to Lake Lure, Chimney Rock and “small town friendly” cities such as Forest City, Rutherfordton, Spindale and more. Come relax and play in the Blue Ridge foothills of Western North Carolina.

 
A new regional interpretive heritage sign trail allows visitors to explore cultural and national heritage sites in historic small towns and cities across WNC.
 
We love giving residents and visitors’ different ways to enjoy our county, and one of the best is through our many scenic driving routes!