Pretty exciting addition to the Downtown Welcome Table!! So much
gratitude for the generosity of Beer City Kegerators and Buchi Kombucha.
Thanks to these two companies, locally-made kombucha is now on tap!
Mark your calendars! Our much loved Barbara Bates-Smith is coming to
town & bringing her show with her. Click here for all the details.


1. Click HERE for details on nearby parking and our new Wednesday shuttle option.

2. Registration is now open for our third annual “Ministry WITH” experiential training event, August 29 – 31. More…

3. Golf for Awareness registration is now open! More…

4. This Saturday, July 7: I Am Home art show! More…



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].


Companion Reflection / Monday, July 16 / 5:15-7:30 / RSVP: hannah@haywoodstreet.org

Additional Companion Orientation / Tuesday, July 17 / 5:00 pm



Welcome Table: 

Food prep and information sheet

Wednesday seating times: 10:30, 11:15, 12:00, 12:45

Sunday seating times: 1:15, 2:00, 2:45

Clothing Closet:
The bin at Grace Covenant Presbyterian has been back ordered. Please tell folks to bring donations to HSC Tues/Thurs from 10-12, or Wed/Sun during community hours. The bin at Biltmore UMC is also ready to receive donations.

*Current high priority needs: water-resistant sandals (i.e. Keens), men’s clothing, underwear and socks.

Sunday: Prep 1-3:30, open to the Community 3:30-5:30
Tuesday: Prep 10-12
Wednesday: Open to the community 10:00-12:30
Thursday: Prep 10-12
Sunday: Open to the community 1:00-3:00

Prayer Ministry: 
Wednesday: 9-12
Sunday: 3-5


There is a current need for Respite meals (12-15 servings delivered around 5:30 pm). Click here to sign up via Mealtrain!

Make a gift to Haywood St.


Hi everyone! My name is Adam Windham and I am the new Community Resident Intern! I am originally from Indian Trail, North Carolina. I recently graduated from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, and I majored in Religious Studies and History. In the future, I am looking to attend Seminary to earn a Masters of Divinity and possibly a J.D.

I found out about Haywood Street from a close family friend this past January (2018). I was fortunate enough to visit the Congregation in February and immediately fell in love with this place. I am continually amazed by the Christ-like love that is shown here on a daily basis and have already felt so welcomed by the community. Haywood Street is a shining example of how Jesus urged his followers to spread his message of love and grace. I am so excited and honored to be a part of the community for the next year!

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