Who we are...
Conley Memorial Presbyterian Church is located in the North Cove area of McDowell County, where it has been serving the Lord since 1886.A small group of members from the Marion Presbyterian Church founded Conley.

Originally known as the Turkey Cove Presbyterian Church, the name subsequently became Conley Memorial in 1931 in honor of George W. Conley, who donated the funds to build the current church structure. The land was donated by Charles M. Huskins.

The first pastor of the church was the Rev. John Mitchell Greenlee. The curent pastor is Dr. Kenneth Humphreys.

We are a small country church located about 12 miles north of Marion on the Old Linville Road, just a short distance off of U.S. 221. Come and worship with us at 9:30 on Sunday mornings and join our welcoming congregation after worship for coffee and pastries. Our services are informal and you need not dress up unless you prefer to do so.

Our major annual event is a huge yard sale each September to raise funds for our missions and community service activities.

We also hold periodic congregational luncheons and dinners throughout the year.

Our mission

Conley Memorial Presbyterian Church is a member of the Presbytery of Western North Carolina, Presbyterian Church (USA). Our church has been called by God to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ in worship and service to the needy, and to promote peace and justice in the world.

Conley Memorial Presbyterian Church | 500 Old Linville Rd. | Marion, NC 28752
conleymemorialpresbyterian@gmail.com | 828.728.5287