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Next Sunday afternoon all are invited to join us for an Intergenerational Field Day, Ice Cream Social and Picnic on August 28th. The fun and festivities of Field Day begin at 4 PM and the picnic will take place around 6 PM. There are indoor games like Bingo and outdoor games like Frisbee Toss and Potato Sack races that will be a lot of fun. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be provided but members are encouraged to bring side dishes and desserts (including homemade ice cream). We hope to see you there!
August 28th: “The Power of the Cross” (Matthew 16:21-28)
September 4th: “Count the Cost” (Luke 9:21-27 & Luke 14:25-33)
September 11th: “Proclamation” (1 Timothy 2:1-7)
September 18th: “Presence” (Luke 15:1-10)
September 25th: “Persuasion” (Luke 16:19-31)
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Our weekly update is available to download or view in PDF format. Click on the link below: August 18, 2016
As mandated by our Synod of 2014, Christ Moravian Church has adopted and is in the process of implementing our Safe Sanctuary Policy. Our Southern Province desires that children, youth, and adults experience the abiding love of God and fellowship within the community of faith. Each congregation has been mandated to create policies that seek to protect the well being of children, youth and vulnerable adults in their care and the personnel who work with them in the ministries of the church. The adoption and implementation of such policies and procedures are important steps to ensure safety and well being along with reducing risk to children, youth, vulnerable adults, members of churches, churches, provincial boards and agencies. We now have a policy that will help ensure that children, youth and vulnerable adults are not placed at risk, and that our church, and Leadership Board do not face undesirable legal liabilities. Please click on the link above to review our policy.
Join us for worship this Sunday as we celebrate a special Lovefeast service at 11 AM. Following the August 13th spiritual renewal of 1727, the children of the Moravian settlement of Herrnhut had a similar awakening. The late Bishop Kenneth G. Hamilton wrote in his book, History of the Moravian Church the following:
The whole experience can be attributed…to the keen interest taken in the spiritual development of their children by the leaders of Herrnhut, Zinzendorf in chief. These men and women did not regard inner life of the young with that condescension too often shown by adults. They held that in the things of the spirit, the Lord could use a little child to lead elder persons.
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