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Exploring Our Churches
Asheville Area

Centered in the Blue Ridge Mountains, home to the Diocesan offices and The Cathedral of All Souls, the Asheville Deanery covers two counties and holds twelve parishes. St. Matthias Episcopal Church, one of the oldest parishes in the diocese, was founded in 1865 for freed slaves. While Asheville is the most populous city in the Diocese, the deanery extends into the rural mountains.

Major cities:



Black Mountain

Mars Hill

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The Cathedral of
All Souls

9 Swan Street

Asheville, NC 28803

(828) 274-2681 

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The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit

433 Bone Camp Road
Marshall, NC 28753

​(828) 689-2517

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Photo by Gina Palermo MacFarland

St. James Episcopal Church

424 W. State Street
Black Mountain, NC 28711


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St. Mary's Episcopal Church

337 Charlotte Street 
Asheville,  NC 28801

(828) 254-5836

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Church of the


60 Church St

Asheville, NC 28801

(828) 253-9361

Redeemer, Asheville


Episcopal Church of the Redeemer

1201 Riverside Dr
Asheville, North Carolina 28804

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Phone (828) 253-3588

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St. John's Episcopal Church

290 Old Haw Creek Rd.

Asheville NC 28805

(828) 298-3553

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St. Matthias Episcopal Church

1 Dundee St

Asheville, NC 28801

(828) 285-0033

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Grace Episcopal


871 Merrimon Avenue

Asheville, NC 28804

(828) 254-1086

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St. Giles Chapel at Deerfield

Episcopal Retirement Community
1617 Hendersonville Road
Asheville, North Carolina 28803

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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

219 Chunns Cove Road
Asheville, NC 28805

(828) 254-2133

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Trinity Episcopal


60 Church Street  

Asheville, North Carolina 28801

(828) 253.9361 

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