WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:
Haywood Street remains committed to the health of the community. Masks are always available, hand washing and sanitizing stations are still in place, and multiple wellness checkpoints are setup around campus to ensure the safety of our devoted companions. A big “Thank you” to everyone who has continued to care for their own health and the health of one another!
From North Carolina to the world, from the comfort of your home! In this custom online experience, you can explore virtual versions of the eight special exhibitions now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Art, includingChristopher Holt: Contemporary Frescoes/Faith and Community . These virtual portals are available for you to experience on your own time and at your own speed, for a one-time access fee.
You can CLICK HERE to view previews and then purchase your subscription here.
Note: Your subscription is a one-time purchase ($12.87), and you will have access to all eight exhibitions by January 2021.
1. Fresco viewing hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.. During these times a Fresco Host will be on hand to share stories about the artwork, or you are welcome to experience it through quiet reflection. While the sanctuary will be open, other areas of the church will not be. We will be following all safety protocols including mask wearing, physical distancing, and limiting number of guests at any given time. Contact April if you’d like to make a reservation for an alternate time.
2. “The Greatest Work” — sermon by Father Mike, 11/18/20
CURRENT WAYS TO SUPPORT THE MINISTRY & OUR FRIENDS:
1. Make a meal for Friends staying in Respite. Click here to sign up!
2. Click here to access our wish list and giving information.
A HAYWOOD STREET PREVIEW:
We’ve got an exciting announcement coming your way in just a couple of weeks! For now, please enjoy this trailer from the recently completed documentary, “Theirs Is The Kingdom” — a film that looks at the intersection of poverty and portraiture and follows the making of the Haywood Street Fresco.