Welcome To Dixon Presbyterian Church

Dixon Presbyterian Church is best described as a family of believers who care deeply about our God, each other, our community and the mission of the church in the world.

We Believe in God – Father, Son & Holy Spirit.

The One true, holy, just, almighty, all knowing, God of love and light, who was and is and is to come, from everlasting to everlasting the designer, creator, redeemer, sustainer and indwelling presence of us all.

We worship together, learn together, play together, pray together, serve together, fellowship around the table together, and we welcome you to join our family!

Pastor Randy Patterson


Dixon Presbyterian Church was organized on February 4, 1944 at Dixon School. Prior to 1944 Sunday School, services and special meetings were held at Dixon School from as early as the teens. At least three churches in the area provided ministers for services in the school during the 1930s and early 1940s, including Shiloh Presbyterian of Grover and First Presbyterian of Kings Mountain.

The church building was constructed in 1948 and 1949 and was dedicated on June 26, 1949. The school building, located across the street, was purchased by the church in 1993 and now serves as the fellowship center.

Sunday morning worship is held at 11 a.m. Sunday School for all ages is held at 10 a.m.

Randy Patterson, Commissioned Lay Pastor, has served as Dixon's pastor since 2004.

The church is conveniently located 2 miles south of the I85-Dixon School Road interchange at 602 Dixon School Road, Kings Mountain, NC near the entrance to Kings Mountain National Military Park and Kings Mountain State Park. We invite visitors who are in the area on Sunday to join us in worship. Come as you are!

We invite all who are without a church home to unite with Dixon. We accept members on profession of faith and baptism, reaffirmation of faith and transfer of membership from another church.

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602 Dixon School Road, Kings Mountain, NC 28086
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