For over 40 years, the Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry has provided Christmas for families in crisis. There is always a need in every community and we are here to try and alleviate the hardships facing our neighbors and bring joy to this season of giving.
Come experience the Bethlehem marketplace as it could have been during the time of Jesus' birth.
All group will be given a Hebrew family name and will wait in the Sanctuary until their name is called. Groups have no more than 7 people. While you are waiting an array of music can be enjoyed. There is no cost to this event as it is our gift back to the community. Donations are welcome.
General Assembly is a great way for individuals to learn more about what is going on in ABCCM. We encourage our churches to appoint 2-3 representatives to come to General Assembly to find out what is going on so that they can report back to their churches.
VRQ “ Just Desserts Musical Benefit”
Featuring mezzo-soprano Susan Nicely asJulia Child in "Bon Appetit"
Sponsored by the Edward Buncombe Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Saturday, Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church of Asheville Dining Room 5 Oak Street
$50 individuals, table sponsorships start at $500
For more information or tickets, email DARbenefit@gmail.com
The concert is free and a love offering will be taken. The offering will go to Veterans Ministries conducted by ABCCM and The Asheville Jazz Orchestra.
Come out to the Asheville Tourists ballgame and help us honor all of our veterans who are serving and have served our country. There will be the best fireworks show in town after the game.
We have a limited number of tickets available to this event for a reduced rate. Contact Cheryl Wilson at 259-5326 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets.
Hominy Valley United Methodist Men
are hosting a BBQ to benefit ABCCM
June 6th 11-6 at Acton UMC
The Ingles Down Home Tour Concert
Come out to Wild Wing South on May 15th to hear the Joe Lasher Jr Band.eat and enjoy the music, all to benefit the ABCCM South Ministry.
Do you love to Shop? Are you interested in seeing all the new shops at Asheville Outlets?
ABCCM is excited to be a part of Open Doors. Open Hearts Preview Charity Night on Thursday, April 30th from 5-9 at the new Asheville Outlets. $20 tickets for this event will be going on sale on March 2nd.
Etowah Golf Club
1 pm Shotgun start
Come enjoy lunch with a $10 donation or $10 of personal care items. Enjoy music by Zoe Seed.
Blessing will be at 11am
Come together with congregations throughout Buncombe County working together to show the love of Christ. If your church would like to participate call 259-5326
Come and enjoy the music of Balsam Range whose song "Moon over Memphis" is currently the #1 bluegrass song and McKayla Reece at a concert to benefit the ABCCM Veterans' Restoration Services.
November 14 8 pm at the Crowne Plaza
To buy tickets click HERE Tickets $25
Click HERE to get 2014 Honor Cards
Each year William Mangum paints a scene which involves homelessness and it is turned into an Honor card that can be purchased and sent to friends or loved ones. Honor Cards are available locally at all ABCCM locations including the ABCCM Thrift Store and area churches for a minimum donation of $5 per card, November through January. The Honor Card is a unique way to recognize special individuals and at the same time give a meaningful gift to someone in need.
ABCCM Friends and Families come out on July 6th to the Asheville Tourists game at 2pm. Purchase your tickets at the reduced rate of $5 from ABCCM a portion of the proceeds of each ticket sold will benefit ABCCM.
Tickets are $5. Church groups, Civic Groups, friends & families come and enjoy a ballgame. Contact Cheryl Wilson for your tickets at 259-5326 or email@example.com
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THE VETERANS RESTORATION QUARTERS
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Come celebrate the life of a loved one at our Ministry-wide
Tree Lighting Ceremony
beginning with a candlelight ceremony
Admission is Free
A Love Offering will be received, and all Donations will go to
ABCCM-North Samaritan Ministry for heating assistance
Music by Zoe Seed, Matt Vandeburgh, The God Squad & More
Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Cover Charge - Blankets, Adult Coats or Donations for ABCCM
The Cost of Poverty Experience is a night of fellowship and community that affords the opportunity for those who have not lived with with limited resources to get a firsthand fell for the frustration, hopelessness and isolation that accompanies it.
Come join us for this very enlightening, insightful and personally challenging evening.
$10 suggested donation per person.
Come hear more about:
- Mnistry Strategic Action Plan for 2014
- New Staff Introductions
- 2014 Board Nominations
- Special Events Report
- Update on Capital Campaign
Please call (828) 259-5300 so we can plan for the meal OR for more information.
We hope that our member churches will have at least one representative present so they can go back and share the news with their congregations.
Celebrating 25 Years and the 2013 Honor Card with a dinner and after, William Magnum will share the story of how the Honor Card started and his inspiration for this year's card "Fall into Me."
Come out Thursday, September 5th between 4-9pm and eat at Zoe's Kitchen. 15 % of all sales during this time will come to ABCCM!
Mountains to the Sea dinner & silent auction from 4:30pm-6:30pm
Tickets are $20 per person or $35 per couple.
The live auction will start at 6:30pm and will have limited items.
Click Here to see the list of auction items. Be sure and check it out often as items are added daily.
Benefit Games for WNC Vets
7 PM Friday, May 17 McCormick Field in
2 PM Saturday, May 18 West Henderson High
“Armed Forces Day”
“An Honor Air Event Featuring America’s New Favorite Team!”
Competing with First Responders from Buncombe and Henderson County
Funds are being raised for Operation Welcome Home which supports The Veterans Restoration Quarters and Steadfast House in Western North Carolina. Operation Welcome Home provides veterans the education and training that leading to a career level job that helps them re-establish their own HOME.
The WWAST team has traveled throughout the USA playing in big league baseball parks and small towns. Everywhere they go, they provide inspiration to the communities they visit. They live their motto “Life without a limb is limitless”.