WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:
Philip “Change Agent” Cooper was our guest preacher this week and we are so grateful for the spirit and spunk he brought to Holy Ground.
Last chance to sign up for our “At Home With Miss Mary’s Meatloaf” fundraiser. We’re thrilled to have parter restaurant, Cúrate, on board for this event!
2. All housing updates can be viewed via our Transparency Tracker.
3. We are now accepting clothing closet donations 10-12 on BOTH Tuesdays and Thursdays.
4. Outdoor Bible study with Pastor Jody: Sundays @ 11:15
5. Haywood Street’s Community Residency program is designed to equip mission-minded individuals for effective and transformative ministry WITH the poor. Learn more about this position and apply here!
1. Sign up to provide a meal for Respite here
A HAYWOOD STREET REFLECTION BY: BROOK
Sometimes a picture really is worth at least a few hundred words.
I snapped this image on Wednesday, more or less just to make sure my camera was working. Later in the day, when I sat down at the computer to edit other photos, this unintentional image was the one that actually caught my eye.
What does worship at Haywood Street look like? It looks exactly like this. It is so meaningful, in and of itself, that it needs no brick or mortar. It is comprised of folks from all walks of life. It is a time, in the middle of the day, in the middle of the week, when people can place down their burdens, take comfort in the word, take comfort in each other.
And perhaps, what I see in this image that represents Haywood Street worship the most, is the person who is sleeping on the ground through the entire service. Because for me, there’s no sermon better than the sound of a weary Brother or Sister finally finding some rest.