WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:
Sunday’s breakfast was lovingly prepared by our friends from East Fork Pottery. Always a joy to share fellowship with this crew.
Wednesday lunch at the Welcome Table was provided by partner restaurant, Green Sage. Such a gift to make and break bread with these good folks.
Wednesday Worship included both a sermon by and a blessing for Katelyn, one of our former ministry interns. Katelyn is now entering the next phase of her journey towards ordination and the Haywood Street Community looks forward to supporting her all along the way!
Thank you Explore Asheville for choosing to spend your Service Day at Haywood Street! You all scrubbed, painted, washed, fixed and more and we are so grateful for your generous giving and joyful spirits!
|1. May 2020 offers a unique opportunity to enjoy a weekend of fantastic music, from bluegrass to broadway, in support of Haywood Street! Friday, May 8th, the Steep Canyon Rangers hometown show @ Salvage Station benefits the Downtown Welcome Table; Saturday, May 9th, Imagine….Reprise! supports Fresco programming. Tickets for both events are going fast, so get yours today!|
2. All ‘Intro. to Haywood Street’ sessions are now being held on the first Monday of each month at 5 PM. These are open to any and everyone, regardless of whether or not they wish to become a Companion. For those who attend the information session and then decide they would like to become a Companion, Hannah will coordinate with these folks one-on-one.
‘Companion Training Sessions’ will be held the third Saturday of even months to give practical tools to companions serving in our core ministries and/or to offer a makeup session for folks who were unable to attend a regularly scheduled information session.
2. Prepare a meal for Respite! Sign up here.
HAYWOOD STREET REFLECTIONS BY: ROBERT, RACHEL & REV. BRIAN COMBS
This week we’ve been rolling out some pretty wonderful videos via our social media platforms. These clips are all produced by filmmaker, Chris Zaluski, who is currently producing a full-length film that follows the story of the Haywood Street Fresco.
Robert — CLICK HERE.
Rachel — CLICK HERE.
Rev. Brian Combs — CLICK HERE.