The NC Presbyterian Historical Society meets twice a year in various parts of the state. At both the spring and fall gatherings you have the opportunity to visit a different area, learn of its settlement and history, and join in fellowship with other Presbyterians.
If you would like us to visit your church, contact
Spring Tours of Historic Churches
Since 1967 we have offered a tour of historic churches and sites almost every year. During this time we have visited areas of North Carolina from the mountains to the coast and have extended beyond our geographic boundaries into South Carolina and Virginia. Please view our list of the tours and places visited, 1967 to the present.. Our tours are normally held on Friday and Saturday, the weekend after Easter. For each tour we produce a Tour Book that contains histories of the churches we visit during that tour. Copies of these are available at the Scottish Heritage Center, DeTamble Library, St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, NC.
The fall meeting lasts for one day only and is held on the second Saturday of October at an historic church or site. The program usually includes a speaker on a topic relevant to Presbyterian history. The annual business meeting and election of officers is also held that day.