Stewards of Creation and our Green Team

Watauga Avenue Presbyterian Church is committed to Loving God, Loving Others, and Serving All.

Watauga Avenue Presbyterian Church takes seriously God’s command to be good stewards of the earth. This includes a dedication to caring for the environment in various ways. We are committed to witness through humble, approachable service and careful stewardship of our resources.

Church members perform community service days such as neighborhood litter pick-up, and litterbag distribution at Tweetsie Trail. We serve only fair trade coffee, and have become a Certified GreenFaith Church.   The group has also sponsored various hikes and walks to enjoy with wonders of nature, including the Bluebell Hike at Winged Deer Park and a stroll along the Watauga River at Sycamore Shoals State Park.  Please consult our calendar or announcements for various scheduled events. 

In 2019, WAPC negotiated with Johnson City to establish a community pollinator garden located at the corner of East Watauga Avenue and Stuart Street, adjacent to our church.  Since that time, this garden has proved to be an oasis of beauty with an ever-changing array of flowers and colors that attract bees and other beneficial insects, including butterflies.   Many of our green-thumbed members contribute their time in planting, weeding and overall maintenance of the garden.    The new season is about to begin.  Stop or drive by anytime; the garden is always changing.

A few photos from our recent walks and outings to Sycamore Shoals and the Tweetsie Trail.