A Reformed Congregation in the
mountains of McDowell County, NC

Our Beliefs

Landis Presbyterian is currently a Mission Work of the Presbytery of the Southeast working towards becoming what is referred to as a particular Church with its own Pastor and Officers. We thank the Lord for our new Pastor and Evangelist, Johnny Serafini, who will serve for four years with the purpose of helping the Church grow to the point to where we…

Our Denomination

From the OPC website: About the OPC Committed to God You’ll find Orthodox Presbyterian churches of many sizes in many communities throughout North America. All are called to demonstrate the love of God and the relevance of Christ’s message of deliverance to a society that is weary of sin, hollow materialism, and shattered relationships. We enjoy meeting together to worship our Creator…

Our History

Church records show that Landis began in 1923 as a Presbyterian Sunday School at Hick’s Chapel, as a work of the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Marion, the Rev. J.C. Story, who also later served as pastor at Landis from 1938-1940. The church adopted the name “Landis” after moving to the Tom’s Creek Schoolhouse located “on the farm of Mr. W.E. Landis,…