• Welcome to Black Mountain Home

    Begun by Presbyterian minister Robert Perry Smith in 1904 as Mountain Orphanage, the Home began its ministry taking in Appalachian children whose parents had died or disappeared. Today, the ministry serves youth from birth through college graduation through family foster care, residential care, transitional living, and independent living.

Store and Cafe CLOSED

Wow--what a challenging few weeks! We've closed the Mountain Home Thrift Store: Cheryl's Place as well as Thirteen Pennies Cafe ...
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Thirteen Pennies Cafe Drive-Thru OPEN

While we've opted to be safe and close the Mountain Home Thrift Store: Cheryl's Place for now, we're still offering ...
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Thirteen Pennies Cafe Launches New Menu 12/31/19

Check it out--delicious new breakfast and lunch items at the Thirteen Pennies Café at 10 Lake Eden Road, Black Mountain ...
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November 13 Guided Ministry Tour CANCELLED

Due to an early snow and freezing temperatures, we've opted to cancel the November 13 tour. Please join us for ...
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Thrift Store & Coffee Shop Open!

During our recent Fall Festival we celebrated the opening of our new thrift store and cafe. You can now visit ...
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BMH Coffee Now Available

We have exciting news--our Black Mountain Home Roast coffee is now available! This Honduras roast is a single-origin, direct trade, ...
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Want to help? Here’s how.

We've recently developed a "menu" of needs and wishes for current campus projects. Check out this NEEDS LIST to learn ...
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FY 17-18 Annual Report Available

If you'd like to review our most recent fiscal year, click on this Annual Report FY17-18 link. We're excited to share ...
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Love & Trust

By Constance Bostaph, Rainbow House Mom At Church this past Sunday the pastor shared a paragraph of verses that pretty ...
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