Thank you Troop 91! Those new picnic tables look amazing and will be
loved by many.
We give thanks for the opportunity to make these changes; changes
that will greatly benefit our friends who utilize the Asheville transit
system and local shelters.


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. Wednesday, May 9 @ 2:00: NC Stage company performs “As You Like It” for FREE @ Haywood Street! Click here.

3. This Saturday, you are invited to the “I am Home” art show. Click here for all the details!

4. Friday, May 18:  “The Liminal State Panels” opening reception. More information here.

5. “Abide In My Love” — Sermon by Pastor Mark Siler, 5/2/18


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. *Note first couple paragraphs for important updates.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 *Sunday schedule will change May 20.

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.

Click here for updates.

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Q. What’s your favorite thing about being at Haywood Street?
A. It’s fun.Q. When you think back to the first time you ever came to Haywood Street, do you remember what the first thing you noticed was?
A. I think it was how everyone was so kind and gentle and it felt like a good place to be.Q. What do you like about Worship, the thing we go to in the sanctuary sometimes?
A. I like that you can share your feelings and what’s happening in your life. It’s a time when people are peaceful with each other.Q. Do you feel like you give or get at Haywood Street?
A. Both. When I’m there, I just try to help as much as I can. And then I get lots of friends.Q. Sometimes people say that what goes on at Haywood Street is ‘Holy Chaos.’ What do those words mean to you?
A. I think it means Haywood Street is special and very active.
For more faces & stories from our Congregation, click here.