West Asheville Presbyterian Church
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Work Day -- November 1
 9:00- Noon


All kinds of projects.  Food and Fellowship.
 
God's Cafe!

A quick and easy noon-time lunch?

Good fellowship?

Interesting and challenging discussions of current topics of interest?

On TuesdaysThe West Asheville Presbyterian Church, 690 Haywood Rd, and The Community on Haywood offer program that is open to the public and geared to working people. A light lunch catered from a local cafe will be available from 11:30 to 1:00pm. A $5.00 donation is encouraged, to cover expenses. Come whenever it works in your schedule, leave when you need to, From 12:00 to 1:00 – while we eat – there will be open discussion on topics that range from angels and demons, spirituality, the environment, the value and historicity of the Bible, Alzheimer's Disease, and so much more. The participants are not expected to agree or to change, just participate and offer their perspective. No obligation, no pressure.

Parking and entrance is in the back of the church and across Virginia Avenue. For questions, contact Kent@WestAshePres.org


Normal Sunday Morning Schedule
9:45 a.m:  Sunday School for all ages, with Nursery Care
11:00 a.m. Worship
First Sunday of each month at Noon: Time of Fellowship with food, beverages, good fellowship

The Community on Haywood:
A "new worshiping community" using contemporary music and a casual worship style.  Check our website:The Community on Haywood for details.  We meet on the 2nd and 4th Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m.



Habitat For Humanity Concert

December 2, 2012

Easter Fun Day for Children
AA review of West Asheville Pres that appeared in Yelp.com
2/10/2012

My wife and I were thinking of relocating to Asheville from San Francisco so we took some time to go there over the holidays this winter.  We wanted to check out a local church and we really liked West Asheville Pres.

The congregation seemed lovely, everyone was very welcoming but we happened to go to was on New Years Day, so there weren't that many people at the service, which I'm sure was a symptom of the new years festivities.

 
The sermon was clear and meaningful and the pastor even delved into some ancient greek for the term "we would have been happy if..." which is always insightful.

The music was outstanding, we met one of the women that runs the music there, she had played an exotic string instrument that I can't recall the name of, but it was great.


I don't think that Asheville is in the cards for us yet, but if we did move there, this would be our church.

Donna Marie Todd presentation.  Accom. by Will Staughan.
Work Day, August 13, 2011