Debbie and her son, Robbie

Debbie sought us out Wednesday for a photo of herself with her handsome son Robbie.  Debbie has been burdened with a heavy load emotionally recently, and asked that we all remember her often in our prayers.  She said that her faith, her friend Kurt, and Haywood are about all that are keeping her going.

CONGRATULATIONS to our own Brian Combs!

http://www.candler.emory.edu/news/releases/2013/08/2013-distinguished-alumni.cfm REAL Commitment: Alumni Honored For Service To Church And Community On Sept. 27, Candler will recognize three individuals with the Distinguished Alumni Award, an honor presented to alumni chosen for their notable service to church and community. The recipients for 2013 are Brian Combs 06T and Diane Moseley 73T for Service to Community and H. Eddie Fox 62T for Service […]

Haywood Street Respite

Health Care Professionals- Click Here for Referral Process Haywood Street Respite is a safe place for up to eight homeless adults at a time to rest, get three meals a day, and be helped in other ways to “get back on their feet” following discharge from the hospital. It is short-term care in a home-like […]

Drive on Through and Get some BBQ!

Saturday, May 18th 2013 $8 per plate (BBQ, slaw, baked beans, & hush puppies) “To Go Orders only” Pickup between 4-6pm The same great food served at the Downtown Welcome Table each week! Purchase a ticket online using the Donate button below. To donate a ticket to a Haywood Street Friend, please add the notation […]