May
20
to May 27

Room In The Inn Ministries

Room in the Inn partners with local faith communities to provide shelter for up to 12 homeless women. Each week, a different congregation opens its facilities to welcome the women as guests, offering a warm safe place for them as they work hard to move forward to permanent housing.

If you would like more information please contact Melissa Hughes at 828-667-4541 x225.

 

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Jun
1
5:30 PM17:30

Ladies Craft Night

Ladies' come and join the fellowship!!!

You're welcome to come and bring your scrapbooking supplies, needlecraft projects, sewing machines, etc. and join us for the fun and fellowship. Bring your own supplies, a snack to share and your own drinks.

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Jun
3
4:00 PM16:00

Annual Church Picnic

Our Annual Church picnic will be at Lake Julian in Arden.  Hot dogs and hamburgers, and drinks are provided.  Bring a side dish or two, and a dessert to share.

Volleyball, horse shoes, paddle boats, etc. and lots of fun!!!  See you there.

Remember to bring your lawn chairs and/or a blanket.

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Jul
8
to Jul 12

ROLLING RIVER RAMPAGE Vacation Bible School

JOIN US FOR VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL!!

Children and Intermediates (2 years old through sixth grade) are welcome to join us for Vacation Bible School this summer! 

On Sunday morning, July 8, VBS will begin with registration at 9:30 a.m.  Breakfast will be served on Sunday morning beginning at 9:30 am.

On Monday through Thursday, July 9-12, a light supper will be served at 5:30 p.m. and VBS will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Ministries Center. 

We still need volunteers and helpers! Please consider serving this year at VBS!! Please sign up on this website or you can email Katie Kestner at katie.kestner@gmail.com or Jennalee Sexton at jesexton27@gmail.com.   You may also call Melissa Hughes at 667-4541, x221.

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Jul
21
10:00 AM10:00

Family Doe River Gorge Trip

Invite the whole family on this fun day trip to Doe River Gorge Day Quest.  

For $ 18 per person (7 and under are free). 

Zipline, get blasted by the blob, swim in a pristine lake, play on the white-sand beach, or enjoy the new water obstable course. 

Extra cost; lunch, train Ride, horse back riding, climbing tower, unimog rides, skeet shooting.

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Jul
23
to Jul 26

PraiseMaker's Camp "Acorns to Oaks"

Music day camp for kids who are rising Kindergarteners through rising 8th graders. $45 for the week includes camp t-shirt, daily snack, and field trips on Monday and Wednesday. Camp runs Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm. We finish off our week of music, drama, and instruments with a concert Thursday, July 26 at 7:00 pm. Go to hominybaptist.com/praisemakers for more information and to register and pay online.

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May
20
2:00 PM14:00

"GriefShare" Support Group

We’ve had a number of folks who have experienced the loss of a loved one recently. “Recently” in terms of grief could be a few weeks or a few years, but the process of grieving is not bound by time. The class on grief we offered two Wednesday nights in

November helped us see the need to do more for people who are hurting.

Fortunately, there are at least two folks in the Hominy family who have made it part of their life’s work to help others who are grieving. Reverend Charles Kirby, retired chaplain, and Reverend Pat Stillwell, nurse and pastoral counselor, have agreed to lead a GriefShare group Sunday  afternoons from 2- 4 pm beginning March 11 for six weeks. They are well-trained, experienced and kindhearted ministers who will guide this group through a six week process and then help participants decide if they want to continue to meet.

In Grief Share you will find

* people who understand your hurts, emotions, and painful experiences

* helpful, practical information that will help you recover from the pain of grief and loss

* the chance to talk about your experiences and move towards healing.

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May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Bluegrass & BBQ

DayStay’s 6th Annual Bluegrass & BBQ

Saturday, May 19 · 3:00-7:00 p.m.

Tickets and sponsorships on sale now at DayStay or online at www.daystayasheville.com

*$10.00/adult ticket for single plate (pork BBQ, slaw, baked beans, hush puppies, drink, and dessert).*$5.00/child ticket for single plate (pork BBQ  sandwich, slaw OR baked beans, hush puppies, drink, dessert). 

Music Line-up: 3:00 The Doghouse Band, 4:00 To Be Announced, 5:00 Sons of Ralph, 6:00 Middle Cross

 

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May
6
4:30 PM16:30

WNCBF Spring Gathering

May 6, 2018            4:30 pm—7:30 pm

First Baptist Church of Weaverville

63 N. Main St., Weaverville

$15 dinner (pay at the door)

Must pre-register for meal at wncbf.org

An offering will be taken for WNC Baptist Collegiate Ministries

4:30 Celebration of Ministry

5:15 Dinner and WNCBF Business

6:30—7:30 Worship led by Jane McCoy and Guy Sayles

 

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May
6
2:00 PM14:00

"GriefShare" Support Group

We’ve had a number of folks who have experienced the loss of a loved one recently. “Recently” in terms of grief could be a few weeks or a few years, but the process of grieving is not bound by time. The class on grief we offered two Wednesday nights in

November helped us see the need to do more for people who are hurting.

Fortunately, there are at least two folks in the Hominy family who have made it part of their life’s work to help others who are grieving. Reverend Charles Kirby, retired chaplain, and Reverend Pat Stillwell, nurse and pastoral counselor, have agreed to lead a GriefShare group Sunday  afternoons from 2- 4 pm beginning March 11 for six weeks. They are well-trained, experienced and kindhearted ministers who will guide this group through a six week process and then help participants decide if they want to continue to meet.

In Grief Share you will find

* people who understand your hurts, emotions, and painful experiences

* helpful, practical information that will help you recover from the pain of grief and loss

* the chance to talk about your experiences and move towards healing.

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Apr
29
2:00 PM14:00

"GriefShare" Support Group

We’ve had a number of folks who have experienced the loss of a loved one recently. “Recently” in terms of grief could be a few weeks or a few years, but the process of grieving is not bound by time. The class on grief we offered two Wednesday nights in

November helped us see the need to do more for people who are hurting.

Fortunately, there are at least two folks in the Hominy family who have made it part of their life’s work to help others who are grieving. Reverend Charles Kirby, retired chaplain, and Reverend Pat Stillwell, nurse and pastoral counselor, have agreed to lead a GriefShare group Sunday  afternoons from 2- 4 pm beginning March 11 for six weeks. They are well-trained, experienced and kindhearted ministers who will guide this group through a six week process and then help participants decide if they want to continue to meet.

In Grief Share you will find

* people who understand your hurts, emotions, and painful experiences

* helpful, practical information that will help you recover from the pain of grief and loss

* the chance to talk about your experiences and move towards healing.

 

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Apr
22
2:00 PM14:00

"GriefShare" Support Group

We’ve had a number of folks who have experienced the loss of a loved one recently. “Recently” in terms of grief could be a few weeks or a few years, but the process of grieving is not bound by time. The class on grief we offered two Wednesday nights in

November helped us see the need to do more for people who are hurting.

Fortunately, there are at least two folks in the Hominy family who have made it part of their life’s work to help others who are grieving. Reverend Charles Kirby, retired chaplain, and Reverend Pat Stillwell, nurse and pastoral counselor, have agreed to lead a GriefShare group Sunday  afternoons from 2- 4 pm beginning March 11 for six weeks. They are well-trained, experienced and kindhearted ministers who will guide this group through a six week process and then help participants decide if they want to continue to meet.

In Grief Share you will find

* people who understand your hurts, emotions, and painful experiences

* helpful, practical information that will help you recover from the pain of grief and loss

* the chance to talk about your experiences and move towards healing.

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Apr
15
2:00 PM14:00

"GriefShare" Support Group

We’ve had a number of folks who have experienced the loss of a loved one recently. “Recently” in terms of grief could be a few weeks or a few years, but the process of grieving is not bound by time. The class on grief we offered two Wednesday nights in

November helped us see the need to do more for people who are hurting.

Fortunately, there are at least two folks in the Hominy family who have made it part of their life’s work to help others who are grieving. Reverend Charles Kirby, retired chaplain, and Reverend Pat Stillwell, nurse and pastoral counselor, have agreed to lead a GriefShare group Sunday  afternoons from 2- 4 pm beginning March 11 for six weeks. They are well-trained, experienced and kindhearted ministers who will guide this group through a six week process and then help participants decide if they want to continue to meet.

In Grief Share you will find

* people who understand your hurts, emotions, and painful experiences

* helpful, practical information that will help you recover from the pain of grief and loss

* the chance to talk about your experiences and move towards healing.

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Apr
14
6:00 PM18:00

Women's Banquet; A Fundraiser for Room In The Inn

Our guest speaker for the banquet this year is author and motivational speaker, Scarlett Goodman. (www.scarlettgoodman.com).

This year's theme is “Hope Is An Anchor For the Soul.”  It will be catered by Sand Hill Kitchen.  There will be a silent auction, raffles, as well as great food and fellowship! 

Call 667-4541 to purchase tickets.

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Apr
8
2:00 PM14:00

"GriefShare" Support Group

We’ve had a number of folks who have experienced the loss of a loved one recently. “Recently” in terms of grief could be a few weeks or a few years, but the process of grieving is not bound by time. The class on grief we offered two Wednesday nights in

November helped us see the need to do more for people who are hurting.

Fortunately, there are at least two folks in the Hominy family who have made it part of their life’s work to help others who are grieving. Reverend Charles Kirby, retired chaplain, and Reverend Pat Stillwell, nurse and pastoral counselor, have agreed to lead a GriefShare group Sunday  afternoons from 2- 4 pm beginning March 11. They are well-trained, experienced and kindhearted ministers who will guide this group through a six week process and then help participants decide if they want to continue to meet.

In Grief Share you will find

* people who understand your hurts, emotions, and painful experiences

* helpful, practical information that will help you recover from the pain of grief and loss

* the chance to talk about your experiences and move towards healing.

If you or someone you love is walking through the grief of losing someone you love, let us know if you want to participate in GriefShare starting March 11.

 

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