Blowing Rock, North Carolina

Join us on Sunday Mornings!
9:45 a.m. Sunday School   
8:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Worship

Open Doors on South Main

Open Doors on South Main is a ministry of hospitality that Rumple is now sharing with St. Mary’s of the Hills Episcopal, BRAHM, and the Blowing Rock Historical Society. Rumple’s sanctuary and the Rumple House will be open for visitors each Saturday there is an Art in the Park.

Everyone is welcome at Open Doors on South Main in Blowing Rock on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM.  Enjoy free admission to Blowing Rock Art and History Museum (BRAHM.)  In addition, the beautiful stone sanctuaries of St. Mary of the Hills Episcopal Church (1918) and Rumple Memorial Presbyterian Church (1912) will be open to welcome visitors as will the historic Rumple House (circa 1886). Enjoy complimentary refreshments on the Rumple church lawn from 2:00 - 4:00 PM, weather permitting.

Summer Worship Times

Worship at 8:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. through Sunday, September 2

Join Rumple  for Summer Old Fashioned Hymn Sings at 10:40 on July 1 and September 2

Camp Out Vacation Bible School

This is Rumple

The Slate and Stone
Youth Ministry
Called to Worship...Empowered to Serve
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Rumple Church has an active Middle and High School Youth Program led by our Youth Ministry Intern and volunteers..
Activites include service, fellowship and worship.
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Rumple is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and a member of Salem Presbytery. A community of 350 members and affiliate members. Set in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina, Rumple offers two worship services in the summer and one in the winter months.
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The church takes its name from the Rev. Dr. Jethro Rumple, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Salisbury, a frequent missionary preacher in the mountains, a summer resident toward the end of his life, and one of the most remarkable North Carolinians of his generation. Blowing Rock’s spectacular setting, cool breezes, and natural wonders began attracting summer visitors after the Civil War. Presbyterians were the first to build a house of worship in town. Among the founders were Col. William J. Martin, Sr., and his son and namesake, both professors at Davidson College. Others included Mrs. Emma Stewart, who ran a boarding house in Davidson during the academic year and one in Blowing Rock during the summer. Local and summer people quickly joined in the effort. A small frame structure was built in 1886, and the church was organized with eight members the following year.