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A Ministry WITH
A WELCOMING TABLE: A Ministry WITH the poor experiential training event Haywood Street Congregation, Asheville NC August 29 – 31, 2018 At the altar table and around the dinner table, in the meeting room and beside the picnic table, this highly diverse congregation is thriving in part because of its emphasis on authentic relationship and mutual...
Donation Drop-off Updates
There is no longer a donation bin on the Haywood Street campus. In its place, there are now two off-site bins: Covenant Presbyterian (789 Merrimon Ave.) and Biltmore United Methodist (376 Hendersonville Rd.). We will continue to accept donations in the Haywood Street clothing closet on Tuesdays from 10-12 and Sundays from 2-4. Drive around back...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of May 14, 2018
              WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:   UPDATES:   As of yesterday, there is no longer a donation bin on the Haywood Street campus. In its place, there are now two off-site bins: Covenant Presbyterian (789 Merrimon Ave.) and Biltmore United Methodist (376 Hendersonville Rd.). We will continue to accept...
‘Come to me All…’
Click to access ‘Come to me All…’ : Third Edition with new stories from Central United Methodist. Writings from Rev. Combs, Laura Kirby and many other loved folks from the Haywood Street...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of May 7, 2018
              WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: Big thanks to Vinnie’s Neighborhood Italian for Wednesday’s Downtown Welcome Table meal! After Wednesday Worship, many Haywood Street friends stayed for NC Stage’s production of “As You Like It”. We are grateful for the gift of these actors’ time and talents. Plans are...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of April 30, 2018
              WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: Thank you Troop 91! Those new picnic tables look amazing and will be loved by many. We give thanks for the opportunity to make these changes; changes that will greatly benefit our friends who utilize the Asheville transit system and local shelters. ANNOUNCEMENTS:...
Garden Update, 5/3/18
After suffering a very cold spring, we are all hoping this warm weather is here to stay! All of our cool season crops—lettuce, peas, collards, onion, and kale are planted and growing well. Check out our red lettuce, it’s beautiful! FYI, we have labeled all the rows of our veggies with names in English and...
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