A beautiful dedication this week, in honor of Aimee Wallis Buchanan–
the much loved and very missed Haywood Street “Popsicle Lady.” Many
sweet memories shared and a blessing by Rev. Combs for this new
honorary garden.
We give thanks to Rhubarb/The Rhu for preparing Wednesday’s meal. It
was one for the books and we’re still dreaming about those
raspberry-topped, ooey gooey brownies.


1. We know that parking can be a challenge. Unfortunately, the former Hunter Volvo lot is no longer available to us. Click HERE for details on nearby parking and our new Wednesday shuttle option. *We are working on the shuttle schedule, aiming for no more than a 10-15 minute wait at any point throughout the day.

2. We are seeking small, pocket-sized paperback Bibles that Friends can take with them. Please drop off at Respite.

3. We currently have one open office for lease in our building. More

4. ‘An Evening of Food & Fresco’ @ Strada. Click HERE to learn more, register and make a donation.

5. Mark your calendars for “The Liminal State Panels” opening reception. More information here.

6. “Philip’s Faithfulness” — Sermon by Rev. Brian Combs, 4/25/18


For more information about any of the following, please contact Hannah, Haywood Street Companion Coordinator, at hannah@haywoodstreet.org or 828.575.2477 [ext. 106].

Welcome Table:
Click here to access Sunday’s prep schedule.

Clothing Closet:
Tuesday: Prep 10 AM – 12 PM / Wednesday: Open to the Community 10:00-12:30 and Sunday: Prep 12:30 / Open to the community 3:30-5:30

Prayer Ministry: 
Companions needed in the prayer chapel, Wednesdays 9:00-3:00 and Sundays 3:00-6:00.

Robert is taking a two-week sabbath. Please consider helping with flower arrangements for Worship and the Welcome Table.

Make a gift to Haywood St.


Click here to read Eric’s story. This is a piece from Haywood Street’s new ‘Marks & Memoire’ project — a series that uses tattoos as the entry point to storytelling. Enjoy.

For more faces & stories from our Congregation, click here.