Welcome to Crossnore Presbyterian Church!
Welcome! Come; find out more about our church, beliefs and staff
Worship with us; learn about our worship services and our music.
Adults and Youth: Grow in faith while learning and meeting others.
Serve with us or be served by us. Explore our ministries; find your place.
Country Style Fund Raising Breakfast at Crossnore Presbyterian Church
We will be serving breakfast the second Saturday during the months of June, July, August and September from 7:00am to 10:00am. Our menu will be: coffee, orange juice, scrambled eggs, grits, gravy, biscuits, bacon, sausage patties, baked apple slices, homemade pastries, to-order omelets, fried eggs, and occasionally pancakes.
Some reduced sugar apple slices, pastries and jams will be served as well. Take-out is available.
A suggested donation of $6 per meal is greatly appreciated and children 10 and under eat for free.
We look forward to seeing you.
Worship with us on Sundays at 11 am
Sunday School is at 10 am
200 Chapel Drive
(P.O. Box 386)
Crossnore, NC 28616-0386
Directions: The mapping programs currently are of questionable use when you are trying to locate us. That is being worked on. However, the entrance to the church is located on US 221 also known as the Linville Falls Highway. We are located in Avery County, NC. If you are traveling north on US 221 from the Altamont area or Marion we are on your right. If you pass the church entrance(s) you will see Loaves and Fishes on your left - turn around and look to your left as you proceed south. We are very close to them.
If you are going south on US 221 from Newland, Linville, Pineola or Crossnore you will pass Loaves and Fishes on your right; we are on your left as you go up a slight grade and around a corner.
We are not located in Spruce Pine, Linville or the Town of Crossnore all of which have shown up in various online mapping programs.
This is the only web map/information that is currently correct: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2301425 .
NOTE: Do not enter on Knob Hill Rd. which is one way and VERY tight. Our entrance is just south of there on the same side of the road.
Here are two more weblinks of interest re. our location and designation as a National Historic Place: