All ages contribute at HSC


Stand still on a Wednesday at HSC and you’ll probably be put to work! Here Caleb lends a hand with cleanup. The grandson of Companion Mary Morehouse, he was visiting just for the day recently and ended up in the dish room. Thanks, Caleb!

Some Finishing Touches


The garden truly is a work in progress.  Colin Yount, a member of Central, built benches for the reflection circle, and Brian Li is working on an arbor for the area at the base of the steps for his Eagle Scout project. During the first week of August, youth from Camp Connect (a mission camp led […]

Dewey Digs In…


             “This place saved my life,” declared Dewey as he related the story of his involvement with Haywood Street Congregation.  Working in the garden, his hands in the dirt, reminds him of childhood days growing up on Biltmore Dairy Farm here in Asheville.  He says it also has drawn him much closer […]

A Growing Story (the first of a series of posts about HSC’s Love and Fishes Bountiful Garden)


         Our fantastic garden area has a fascinating history and is a meaningful on-going project for many of our community. Beginning in 2012, Jessica Tripp originally had the idea of designing the concrete walkway in the shape of the infinity symbol, three interconnected circles. After getting input from Hunter Stubs of B.B. […]