White Rock Hall

White Rock Hall, built in 1909 as a community building, has seen use as a church, school, postal center, meeting hall, and even as an outpatient medical center. Found abandoned in the flood-prone original location in White Rock, North Carolina, it was rescued by Keith Flynn and his wife Denise. They have maintained the original magic and romance of the clapboard structure with its brass bell, and are still diligently working to bring it back to its quiet glory.

Should you get a chance to visit the sound studio, a recording of LIVE at White Rock Hall, a workshop with Keith Flynn, or a spiritual gathering with Rev. Denise Petrey-Flynn, you will feel in your heart the true spirit of the Smoky Mountains. Watching the sun set from White Rock Hall’s front porch is a daily spectacular.

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