Haywood Street Congregation Walk of Awareness & Golf of Awareness
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Busy with head down routines and schedules, meetings and appointments, narrow worlds and tight communities, Walk of Awareness seeks to widen our exposure, lift our eyes, make visible the Invisible Box sisters and brothers in poverty traverse every day.
-- Rev. Brian Combs
8.29.15 Walk of Awareness
is a guided tour through downtown Asheville following a route frequented by our houseless neighbors. It includes stops at several homeless services providers. Begins at 9 am and takes approximately 2 hours. Music, games and BBQ back at Haywood St. following Walk. Tickets $25 adults / $15 youth (under 6 free). BBQ $5 in advance / $8 day-of.
8.28.15 Golf of Awareness
offers a little fun and sport for serious and
novice golfers on Friday, the day before the Walk. Captain's Choice format makes the event accessible to all and five-club-only rule adds an element of challenge. $275 foursome / $75 individual.
Funds raised will support the Downtown Welcome Table and Haywood Street Respite.
For more information or to register, visit: www.haywoodstreet.org/walkofawareness
Resources for Vital Congregations
Lewis Center for Church Leadership
Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Books
Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Serve Your Neighbor
GBHEM Leadership Resources
Living Faithfully: Human Sexuality and the United Methodist Church
Englewood Book Review
Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations
Ted Talks: The Golden Circle
Ted Talks: The Power of Vulnerability
Ted Talks: The Price of Invulnerability
Meditations on the Ministry of All Christians
Be A Disciple
A Disciple’s Path; A Guide for United Methodist
Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Adult Christian Studies from the Wesley Ministry Network
Traveling Together: A Guide for Disciple Forming Congregations
Living As United Methodist Christians
Methodist Doctrine: The Essentials
Reclaiming our Wesleyan Tradition: John Wesley’s Sermons for Today
John Wesley Sermons: Anthology
Get Their Name
Evangelism & Theology in the Wesleyan Spirit
Canoeing the Mountains
Fresh Expressions: Dinner Church
Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Reach New Disciples
Lewis Center for Church Leadership: 50 Ways to Reach People
Community: The Structure of Belonging
RESOURCES TO CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY:
Institute for Emerging Issues
Congregations 4 Children
The Royce and Jane Reynolds Ministry Fund Grants
The Duke Endowment
The Appalachian District Church Vitality Team has been prayerfully seeking ways to help support you and the ministries of your local congregation during this COVID-19 pandemic. Together they have diligently researched and connected with others throughout the conference and our denomination to identify resources and offer them to you. We hope they will be helpful to you and bless you greatly in leading your churches and communities through this unprecedented time. We are very grateful to the District Vitality Team and other contributors for their great work on this resource.
This faithful team has created three documents, two of which you are receiving today. They include:
- Family Home Worship – designed to help families establish a regular worship space within their homes as well as a time where they can worship together.
- Tech Strategies – to help guide you in selecting effective tools and resources within your budget to best communicate in the digital world.
We believe these resources will be of great benefit to you. Also know that the District Vitality Team is available to answer any questions you might have in regards to the documents attached. If you have questions, you may email Rev. Howard Fleming at firstname.lastname@example.org.