Holy Cow Food Truck Re-Opening

Welcome to Holy Cow Food Truck RE-OPENING April 5th! Facebook Follow Holy Cow Food Truck on Facebook Holy Cow Food Truck will be back in business, but with a twist….we will no longer be charging for meals! If you can contribute to Haywood Pathways Center to support the operation of Holy Cow, we

Pathways center changes lives

Article written by Vicki Hyatt Despite the uncertainties accompanying the COVID-19 pandemic, Haywood Pathways Center, the county’s homeless shelter, has had a remarkably successful year. Mandy Haithcox, the center’s director, said the dire need within the community remained steady, as did the center’s commitment to meeting the needs in the

Mothers and Children Shelter Opens at Haywood Pathways Center

The 10-unit shelter includes bedrooms with bunk-beds, a living area, kitchen, computer, and a laundry room. The Pathways executive director says the shelter is badly needed, with more than 400 homeless kids in Haywood County. “We look at income, life skills, social support, spirituality, stability, recovery, and work on these

Peer specialists go inside jail to assist inmates

Peer specialists go inside jail to assist inmates

Being incarcerated and not knowing what your future may hold is a terrifying experience, but being released from jail and having no resources to get back on your feet can be even scarier. It happens every day. People are released from jail without a job, without money, without a place

Tablescapes Luncheon

Tablescapes Luncheon Saturday, September 8th at 12 noon in Thatcher Hall Reception & Table Preview at 11:30 am Please mark your calendar for this year’s Tablescapes Luncheon, put on annually by our parish’s chapter of the Episcopal Church Women. Our speaker this year is Terance Painter of Different Drummer Pottery. Tickets

Pathways Center will serve families

Breaking Cycles Building Foundations The Haywood Pathways Center is celebrating its third anniversary with news of an expanded focus to serve women with children. Since it opened in 2014, the former state prison that was transformed into an emergency shelter has on-site facilities to serve both men and women. Underage

Addict writes book chronicling addiction recovery

Article from The Mountaineer James Cooper has trouble not tearing up when he talks about his book. The book, which is nearing publication, chronicles his harrowing journey through drug addiction and his recent recovery. While it is filled with painful lows, it has a happy ending, and there is one specific

Silent Auction

Kingdom Seed Produces Kingdom Fruit June 1, 2017 Greetings to you Dear Friends, “Save a Life Live a Life Mission Ministry is an up and coming Faith Based Non-profit Group; equipping the redeemed people of God for a second chance at success through sharing the written experiential testimonies of Christ.”