The Healing of Naaman — Sermon by Rev. Brian Combs, 7/26/17

The tweed sports coat replaced the wool tunic and the polished penny loafer replaced the worn sandal.  The public celebration of perfection replaced the private confession of wrong.  The praise song replaced the hymn of lament, and, over the centuries, a country club for members pretending to be healthy replaced a Church for people who […]

Newsletter Updates for the Week of July 17, 2017

WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: We are so grateful to Atlas Branding for the development of the new Haywood Street logo. We believe it to be a beautiful representation of the place we call home. ANNOUNCEMENTS: 1. Click HERE for Haywood Street Congregation parking options. 2. Garden Fest will be this Sunday (July 23) from […]

New Welcome & Information Station!

WELCOME TO THE NEW WELCOME STATION! Haywood Street is seeking folks who can help greet regulars and newcomers, provide handouts, and assist with parking options. From all who are willing to help, we are asking for a comittment of one Wednesday/month, 11:30-12:30. Please contact Emily (emily@haywoodstreet.org) if you are interested. Thank you!

“Hiding in Plain Sight” — Rev. Brian Combs, 7/19/17

Religious tourism is up over 150%.  More and more travelers are leaving home to find meaning abroad.  Chanting with the monks in Thailand; breathing with the Sufis in India; seeking counsel with the shaman in Peru; pilgrimaging with the seekers in Ireland.  To encounter the holy, a suitcase, plane ticket and stamped passport are going […]