Waldensian Presbyterian Church is a historic Waldensian church at 104 East Main Street in Valdese, North Carolina.
In 1893, twenty-nine Waldenses from the Cottian Alps of Italy arrived in Burke County, North Carolina to pave the way for several hundred other Waldensian immigrants. In 1897, the Waldensians began to construct a Romanesque-style church that would resemble those they left in Italy and France. The building was officially completed in 1899 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. The congregation is now affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA).