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Belonging First
Belonging First, John 10: 22-30 Sermon by Pastor Mark Siler 5/12/19 I think Jesus’ teaching today is another one of those moments that needs to be understood as a part of a bigger story.  In chapter 9 of John, Jesus meets a beggar who has been blind since birth.  Reflecting the accepted belief of the...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of May 13, 2019
              WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: Hello from Haywood Street staff who made Monday a day for fellowship, fun and ministry planning. A big shout out to Wicked Weed Brewing who prepared quite the feast this Wednesday. We are continually blessed by their commitment to the Downtown Welcome Table. WelcomeFEST...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of May 6, 2019
              WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: On Tuesday, Lisa Knollman and a number of Haywood Street Companions hosted another Big Pink Purse event at Haywood Street. This is a joyous time, when the women of our community are served a meal and gifted with a purse abundantly filled with...
Eulogy for Kyle
Eulogy for Kyle Written & Presented by Rev. Brian Combs, 5/4/2019 In the restaurant business, there are two kinds of people. Front of the house and back of the house.  Up front, staffers revel in the extraversion of hosting, delight in the small talk of waiting tables, and enjoy mixing it up with customers in...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of April 29th, 2019
            WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: Our May 4 campus workday has been cancelled, however, please consider joining our friends from Keller Williams and BB&T on May 9 from 9-4 for the next scheduled campus workday. Painting, gardening, cleaning, organizing, and more. Hope to see you there! So happy to...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of April 22, 2019
              WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: UPDATES: Our May 4 campus workday has been cancelled, however, please consider joining our friends from Keller Williams and BB&T on May 9 from 9-2 for THIS campus workday. Hope to see you there! St. John’s Men’s Choir took the roof off the sanctuary...
Open Letter to the Community
Dear Haywood St. Community, I want to share with you a change we’ll be making in the way we source food for the Downtown Welcome Table and Haywood Street Respite. We are very fortunate to have many partners that share food with us. From growers to retailers, there are partners at just about every point...
Going on Ten!
Reflections from Laura Q. Can you share a memory from Haywood Street’s very first year? Why do you think this memory has stayed with you? A. I started out as a volunteer with the clothes closet. We were able to start our closet with a large donation of overflow clothes from the Church of the...
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