Waldensian Presbyterian Church

Waldensian Presbyterian Church
Valdese, NC

The history of the Waldensian Presbyterian Church is so intertwined with the history of the town of Valdese that it is impossible to study one without embracing the other. In education and industry, as well as in the religious life of the community, the Church has been and continues to be the center

Waldensian Presbyterian Church

The history of the Waldensian Presbyterian Church is so intertwined with the history of the town of Valdese that it is impossible to study one without embracing the other. In education and industry, as well as in the religious life of the community, the Church has been and continues to be the center of Waldensian life in Valdese. The original windows were part of a renovation to the Church that occurred in 1946-47. Designed and constructed by P.J. Reeves and Company of Philadelphia, PA, these windows symbolize some of the reformed churches around the world. Representing thirteen nations, PC-USA, and important events or symbols in Waldensian history, these windows add to the beauty of the sanctuary but also serve as a timeless tribute to our heritage.

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