Women’s Fellowship Fall Festival – October 24

fall_festival_3Join us on Saturday, October 24th for our Women’s Fellowship Fall Festival. All the fun and festivities begin at 9 AM and will continue until 1 PM. DUE TO CORONA VIRUS RESTRICTIONS, OUR EVENT WILL BE HELD OUTSIDE IN THE PARKING LOT.  We will have a bake sale, chicken pies (both large and small) Pinto Beans sold by the quart, vegetable soup and spaghetti casserole.  TO GO ORDERS FROM OUR KITCHEN INCLUE:  BISCUITS, HOTDOGS, COFFEE, TEA.

WE WILL ALSO HAVE SPECIAL LIVE MUSIC…….join us for a great time!

Please download the fall festival flyer below:

 

Loose Change Offering on August 30, 2020

loose-changeEvery 5th Sunday has been designated by the Leadership Board of Christ Moravian Church as a “loose change” offering for a special cause in our community and world. In 2020 the recipient for our loose change offering will be the Pastor’s Discretionary Fund.

CHURCH ON THE LAWN AT CHRIST MORAVIAN CHURCH – SUNDAY, JULY 26 AT 9:30 AM

Happy Days!

We won’t gather at the river, but we will gather on the church campus on Sunday, July 26th at 9:30 AM (weather permitting) for a service conducted outside. The service will be on the handicapped parking lot side of the church and we hope all of you can come.

Folding chairs will be provided and will be sanitized and already set up for you. We will also follow social distancing guidelines. Face masks will also be provided if you need one or you may bring your own mask. Wayne, Sam and N.T. have also “spared no expense” in ensuring all necessary equipment and hand sanitizing measures are taken. The sanctuary doors will be open to go inside for rest room facilities.

RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY…. WE’RE PRAYING FOR A SUNNY DAY!!! AMEN

Flower Cross Displayed Outside Church Office

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A great BIG thank you to church members who drove to the church to put flowers on the flower cross.   We also want to thank West Salem neighborhood friends who also brought flowers for the flower cross.  This is the actual picture of the cross taken by Wayne Walker on Easter Monday.