New Office Building Construction Completed at Christ Moravian

IMG_0974Construction on our new office building is now officially completed! We have obtained our certificate of occupancy and we will begin the process of moving our temporary offices from Cedarhyrst back to our new address: 514 Hunter Avenue in the  next few weeks. We are also awaiting the arrival of a new conference table and chairs.  We will officially dedicate our new building on Sunday, August 26th and host an “Open House” that day as well. Enjoy these photos of our new office building from the beginning of construction to the completion:

Office Building Photos

Looking Ahead in Worship

Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Psalm 100:2

July 22, 2018: “Our Circle of Concern” (Luke 10:25-37) Parable of the Good Samaritan

July 29, 2018: “Letting Go of Golden Tickets” (Luke 18:9-14) Parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector

August 5, 2018:   “All In The Family” (Romans 8:1-16)

August 12, 2018:   Sacrament of Holy Communion (August 13th Festival)

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Loose Change Offering on July 29th

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 2018 the recipient for our loose change offering will be Anthony’s Plot. To learn more about this ministry follow this link: Anthony’s Plot

Holy Communion on July 8th

HusJoin us in worship on Sunday, July 8th as we celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion. On this particular Sunday we remember the ministry of John Hus.
Hus was among the foremost of Czech reformers. Hus was a professor of philosophy and rector of the University in Prague. The Bethlehem Chapel in Prague, where Hus preached, became a rallying place for the Czech reformation. Gaining support from students and the common people, he led a protest movement against many practices of the Roman Catholic clergy and hierarchy. Continue reading “Holy Communion on July 8th”

Church Office Closed on Wednesday

July 4thOur office will be closed on Wednesday in observance of the 4th of July .  Let us remember these words from our Liturgy of National Occasions that say:

Grant to the people of this and all other lands a love of peace and order, that the nations shall learn war no more. Hasten the day when the kingdom of the world shall become the Kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will reign forever and ever.