Jubilee! Book coming soon

THE MAIN THING: Celebrating Creation and Spirituality at Jubilee! (2015) is a book from the cast of characters who helped create Jubilee!, a non-demonational community celebration in Asheville, NC. The book delightfully shares the rituals of Jubilee! where song, dance, and reverence of the Divine Mystery are celebrated with love and gratitude — the main […]

Upcoming Events: 11.13.15

Sunday, November 22nd is Thanksgiving & Commitment Sunday Bring your Thankful Spirit and your Commitment Card indicating your desire to support the ministries of Jubilee! Community in 2016. Commitment Cards will be mailed to Jubilants the week prior to the 22nd, but if you do not receive your card in the mail, no problem! We […]

Upcoming Events: 10.30.15

Your Contributions at Work! …Six Agencies Selected for “One Time” Gifts Earlier this year, Jubilee! gave $7,500 to six non-profits in the Asheville Area to support their work. These include Asheville Reiki Connection, Bounty & Soul, CarePartners Foundation, Creation Carolina, Helios Warriors and One Youth at a Time. Carolyn Ashworth from CarePartners wrote in a […]

Upcoming events: 10.16.15

Male-Female Healing Mysteries…Healing the Wounds to Create a Harmonious Life Tuesdays, October 20—November 10 at 7 pm at Jubilee! Do you ever long to end the pain and frustration of unfulfilling friendships and relationships? Do you ever wonder, ”Why does this crap keep happening to me?” The inconvenient yet powerful truth is, reality is an […]

Upcoming Events: 10.3.15

Experience Another Culture with the Latin Neighbor Team You are invited to join the Latin Neighbors Team, Jubilee’s newest outreach team. We will plan ways to connect Jubilants with our Latin Neighbors to share cultural and family traditions, discuss issues affecting local immigrants and directly support the immigrant community of Buncombe County. The Team will […]

VISION: First Kiss by Howard

It hadn’t been her first kiss.  Far from it.  Penelope Lyn had kissed and been kissed more times than she could count.  She had tried adding up the kissers one time, but decided to quit when she began to feel like a slut.  “Never mind,” she had told herself.  “Some things you just don’t need […]

Give, Take, Learn by H. Joyell Smith

Mark and Peter seemed like nice guys. Nice homeless guys, like many others who are talented and smart, but have fallen on hard times. I met these men by the dock in Old Town Alexandria. Right next to the Torpedo factory—the one Peter worked at for 30 years. It was a cool spring night when I passed […]