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Remembering Mike

Please find attached the Words of Remembrance of Mike Levi as written and delivered on Saturday, February 21 by our Pastor, Rev. Dr. Steve Runholt.   Words of Remembrance – Mike Levi  


Vacation Bible School 2019

Vacation Bible School Week We learned about the environment in vacation Bible school this year.  Grace led us with music and the Creation story.  Bo Mallory helped us explore the Earth around us with a soil study and water study.  We finished the week with some recycled art and a service project at the Community […]


Narthex and Parlor Redesign

Warren Wilson Presbyterian Church Narthex Redesign Currently, when you walk into the church, it feels somewhat old and dated. There is nothing that reflects the lively, creative work that our church is doing. This is a quest to create a space that feels like our church itself, who we are today and who we might […]


What’s Next…

Where do we go from here? It’s been nearly three years since we launched our Ministry Plan.  What have we achieved together in that time?  And what’s next on the road to a vibrant and sustainable future?  We gathered after worship on May 5th to explore those questions, and to hear a presentation on several […]


Habitat for Humanity

RAPID PROGRESS ON HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PRESBYTERIAN/METHODIST HOUSE #27 PARTNER FAMILY WILL ATTEND OUR SEPT. 30 WORSHIP SERVICE Volunteers from our church began working on Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity’s Presbyterian/Methodist House # 27 in Arden on July 27, and over the first four weeks of construction contributed more than 70 hours of work on […]


Annual Outing: Tourists Baseball Game

Lots of fun, food and baseball at the stadium Friday, August 3.  Look for familiar faces from our church family.  The team even had a big rally in the bottom of the ninth inning and fireworks followed the game.  


In Memoriam: Gay Currie Fox

If you knew Gay at all, you knew that despite her diminutive size, she was a force of nature. And she died the way she lived: on her terms. She waited to shout her hosannas one last time, then passed peacefully on Palm Sunday, surrounded by her family.  Our life as a congregation will not […]


Thanksgiving Service Tradition

Have you ever wondered how our church’s Thanksgiving tradition began? “All is safely gathered in, now let the winter storms begin” words to a familiar Hymn has set the tone for 83 years the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Bernhard Laursen, a Dane who had immigrated to Boston and became a citizen, came to teach and work […]


Swannanoa Community Garden Clean-up

Volunteering in Our Community We got our hands in the dirt for a good cause on June 11th.  The children and adults teamed up together to harvest, turn compost, weed, plant, capture bugs and play at the spring Service project.   The Swannanoa Community Garden contributes to the Bounty and Soul organization. They help assist families and individuals […]


Pentecost Sunday

Children help with Pentecost Sunday  June 4, 2017 The children helped “chime” in our Pentecost service up in the choir loft with Ms Vivian.  After a lesson with Ms Sandy on what a special day this is for the church, they frolicked through the sanctuary with rings of red, ribbon “fire” during the first hymn.  They were enacting the […]

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