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We invite you to join us for our Pilgrimage of Hope through the Upper Swannanoa River Watershed, for one of our Friday Night Community Meals, for our weekly online community worship on Sundays at 9am EST, or for any of our upcoming in-person events. The most up to date information can be found on our Facebook group. It’s labeled as a “private” group, but just click the button below, then “Join Group” and we will be sure to accept you right away!

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Friday Meals are Back!

For the Fall we have set a new schedule for the upcoming meals.
The meals are potluck and open to everyone (feel free to invite anyone!). There’s always lots of good food, music, games, and activities for all ages. We meet outside in between our two houses 105/109 Front Porch Dr. Black Mountain, NC. Parking is available in the municipal lot next to Mellie Mac’s Garden Shack.

*A note about October 14th at Foothills Grange: We won’t have a potluck meal that night, but instead will meet for beer/drinks and food at Foothills (http://foothillslocalmeats.com/foothills-grange-black…) This is a super kid-friendly place with space to run around even a giant sand mount to play in. Foothills has lots of great food and drinks!

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Join Us!

Have you ever wondered what the Bible and Christian theology say about caring for the earth? Then join us for great conversations as we read together Making Peace with the Land. This is a joint event with the Creation Care Alliance of WNC. Kevin Bates and Kevin Miller will lead the in-person conversations on Tuesday nights from 6-7pm at the WNC Outdoor Collective and Sarah Ogletree Ritter will lead the online conversations on Monday nights from 7-8pm. We will start September 26/27 and go 7 weeks. Please register below because spots are limited and fill up fast!

Click HERE for the in-person study registration
Click HERE for the online study registration

“Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike.”

― John Muir