Church Directory

Smoky Mountain

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Andrews (Andrews) - Smoky Mountain - 302285

Asbury (Otto) - Smoky Mountain - 303063

Beaverdam (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 303041

Bellview (Murphy) - Smoky Mountain - 302731

Bethel (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302913

Bethel (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302308

Bryson City (Bryson City) - Smoky Mountain - 302321

Cashiers (Cashiers) - Smoky Mountain - 302560

Central (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302343

Central (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 302401

Cherokee (Cherokee) - Smoky Mountain - 302387

Clark's Chapel (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302935

Crabtree (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 302423

Cruso (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302651

Cullowhee (Cullowhee) - Smoky Mountain - 302445

Dryman's Chapel (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302946

Elizabeth Chapel (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302478

Faith (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302605

Fincher's Chapel (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 302228

Fines Creek (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 302480

First (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302365

First (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302503

First (Hayesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302547

First (Murphy) - Smoky Mountain - 302720

First (Sylva) - Smoky Mountain - 302866

First (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302902

Francis Cove (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302616

Hickory Knoll (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302970

Hickory Stand (Brasstown) - Smoky Mountain - 303006

Highlands (Highlands) - Smoky Mountain - 302627

Iotla (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302640

Ledford's Chapel (Hayesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302992

Long's (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302673

Long's Chapel (Lake Junaluska) - Smoky Mountain - 302662

Louisa Chapel (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 303052

Louisa Chapel (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302013

Love's Chapel (Sylva) - Smoky Mountain - 302398

Maggie Valley (Maggie Valley) - Smoky Mountain - 302811

Maiden's Chapel (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302035

Maple Grove (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302241

Martin's Creek (Murphy) - Smoky Mountain - 302638

Memorial (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302068

Morning Star (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302707

Mount Zion (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 302491

Mulberry (Otto) - Smoky Mountain - 303074

Oak Forest (Hayesville) - Smoky Mountain - 303017

Olivet (Whittier) - Smoky Mountain - 301907

Patton (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 303085

Peachtree (Maggie Valley) - Smoky Mountain - 302981

Pine Grove (Clyde) - Smoky Mountain - 302434

Piney Grove (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302582

Plains (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302718

Pleasant Hill (Candler) - Smoky Mountain - 290701

Ranger (Murphy) - Smoky Mountain - 302593

Reid's Chapel (Murphy) - Smoky Mountain - 302571

Robbinsville (Robbinsville) - Smoky Mountain - 302764

Rockwood (Canton) - Smoky Mountain - 302786

Shady Grove (Waynesville) - Smoky Mountain - 302800

Snow Hill (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 302844

Speedwell (Cullowhee) - Smoky Mountain - 301975

Spring Creek (Spring Creek) - Smoky Mountain - 302456

Tomotla (Murphy) - Smoky Mountain - 302558

Union (Franklin) - Smoky Mountain - 303096

Webster - Smoky Mountain - 302924

Wesleyanna (Sylva) - Smoky Mountain - 302252

Whittier (Whittier) - Smoky Mountain - 302968

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A Summons to Witness, Protest, and Promise

We give thanks for this Summons to Witness, Protest and Promise written by the cabinet of the North Carolina Conference.  In our ongoing collaboration, we affirm these words alongside them.  Across our state, we invite all United Methodists to be a part of building “the new world God promises as heaven in time descends to earth.” (Revelation 21)

A Summons to Witness, Protest, & Promise

We, United Methodists in The Western North Carolina Conference, join our voices with The North Carolina Conference in witness, protest and promise in these times of violence against our Black brothers and sisters.

We believe. . .

We believe that the Holy Spirit is indeed poured out upon all people.
We believe that in baptism, we are incorporated into God’s mighty acts of salvation, and commissioned to resist evil, injustice and oppression, in whatever forms they present themselves.
We believe that God’s intent for humanity is community, compassion, and holiness, and that justice has been marred by the history of enslavement and racism.
We believe that repentance is urgent for the historic and ongoing violence against Black girls and boys, men and women.
We believe that in the wounding of Black bodies we see Christ crucified.
We believe that those who have been steeped in white privilege, through repentance, can be transformed into humble servants of the living God.
We believe we are called to work for the day when God’s will is done on earth as it is in heaven.

We protest. . .
We protest violent murders of Black men and women, most recently Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd.
We protest the narratives of fear and suspicion that divide people from one another.
We protest our historic failure to ensure all our churches are places of hospitality, welcome, and belonging for our Black brothers and sisters.
We protest the historic and continuing suppression of voting and other basic rights.
We protest all incendiary public leadership in this time of crisis and turmoil.
We protest the lack of will in our communities, our state and our country to protect the lives of our Black brothers and sisters, and especially the most vulnerable, the young and the old.

We promise. . .
We promise to use our voices, resources and power to dismantle white privilege and racist systems, especially within our own United Methodist Church.
We promise to read the Scripture with ear and eye attentive to the continued call toward God’s will for all people.
We promise to exercise the right to vote and to work against voter suppression.
We promise to create around ourselves at all times hospitable space for all people.
We promise to name prejudice when we see it and to receive the correction of others who see prejudice in us.
We promise to be life-long learners, to constantly make adjustments in the way we use our power and influence, to be active participants in the building of the beloved community, and ultimately growing always in holiness toward the perfection we see in Christ.


Bishop Paul Leeland
Laura Auten
Carl Arrington
Michael Bailey
David Christy
Amy Coles
Bev Coppley
Beth Crissman
Otto Harris
David Hockett
Kim Ingram
Linda Kelly
Mark King
Melissa McGill
Samuel Moore, Jr.
Dan Pezet
Mark Ralls
David Snipes
Caroline Wood
Jane Wood

Bishop Hope Morgan Ward
Tim Russell
Edie Gleaves
Ray Broadwell
Gil Wise
Gray Southern
Mike Frese
Kenneth Locklear
Randy Innes
Linda Taylor
Dena White
Tara Lain
Ismael Ruiz-Millan
Jon Strother
Beth Hood
Lisa Yebuah
Greg Moore
Steve Taylor

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