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August 5 at 5PM
October 6 at 5PM
November 3 at 5PM

*Orientations are in the sanctuary.

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Whose child are you?

God’s Child!

 

Haywood St. is a transformative open community of Christ, led by
the Holy Spirit, creating opportunities to serve and be served
so that all
who participate are empowered to claim their identity as a Child of God.

 


 

Latest News
Newsletter Updates for the week of September 16, 2019
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: How blessed are we to have been included in the inaugural Chow Chow culinary event?! We give thanks to all of the chefs who cooked up an abundant Sunday morning spread and helped create such an exciting day at Haywood Street. So wonderful being in community with Mellow Mushroom! These...
A Letter From Rev. Brian Combs, 9/19/19
Dear Haywood St.,  Henry, or as he preferred to be called “Tent Man,” pulled me aside in year one of the Welcome Table with a startling request.  He didn’t ask for a propane heater, steel-toed boots, external frame backpack or anything else to keep him alive outside on the streets.  Instead, he asked for something...
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Downtown Welcome Table?

 

 


 

Friends of Haywood
"I first entered the doors of Haywood Street in summer 2011 with my daughter and a group of campers from CCC (Carolina Cross Connection). I sat and cried like a baby as I watched the fellow behind me dig in his backpack and drop a handful of coins into the offering plate - my world had been shattered, rearranged, and put back together in the most beautiful way never to be the same again."
Angie Haigler
"At first, it was difficult for me to make sense of everything I was experiencing. As time went on, I slipped into a space where I felt useful and grateful to be needed -- in the dishroom. There was a whole lot more going on, though, and I was encouraged to move out of my comfortable place. So I stretched a little and then a little more. The people I met were so much like me and again so different. I began to fully understand that the sameness and difference were the true design and I slowly began to live into that."
Susan Schott
"Every time I come to Haywood Street, something happens to me that I cannot rationally explain. My Spirit soars as I anticipate the day’s activities. I am excited to see familiar faces and glad to greet folks coming for the first time."
Dell Dillard
"I enjoy a variety ways of being involved at Haywood Street -- working in the garden, working in the clothing closet and serving meals, especially on holidays. Each offers a unique opportunity for connection with others...and connection is really what life is all about. We are all chosen. We are all loved."
Sascha Frowine
"Haywood Street welcomed me in with such warmth and heart... difficult to explain, except to say I am part of the family."
Cappy Tosetti
"Every week, I see small acts of love being shared in countless ways. Love is shared as Friends plan and prepare delicious food, beautifully arrange it on serving platters, and cheerfully dish up seconds and thirds. Love is shared in the setting of the tables with china dishes and fresh flowers that signify the dignity and importance of all who will share a meal. It is shared as Friends pass food and engage in conversations."
Karen Cavagnini
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