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Join us on Sunday, November 13th as we celebrate Christ as Chief Elder Communion. On November 13, 1741 announcement was made in all Moravian congregations that Jesus Christ had been chosen Chief Elder of the Moravian Church. The Moravian Church has had no single human chief executive since then, and now observes this as a festival day on the Sunday closest to November 13th by celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion. Worship begins at 11 AM on Sunday morning. We hope to see you here! In addition, we will be holding our annual Church Council during worship this Sunday as well.
We have a special project we have just started. With the help of several members, we have a Sharing Box set up on the corner of Bank Street and Hunter Avenue. It contains non-perishable goods, snack items, small bibles, and books. As the seasons change we hope to include socks, hats and gloves. Take what you need and give what you can. Our women are continuing to reach out to our community. Thanks to Doug Conrad for building our Sharing Box and to Robbie Disher for the wonderful artwork.
With the threat of inclement weather this weekend, we encourage church members to check WXII, WFMY & WGHP television stations along with our Church website and Facebook page to discover information about any schedule changes for church events, meetings, and services due to weather conditions. We will have information publicized as early as we can concerning possible changes to our schedule on Sunday, January 13th.
According to our primary doctrinal statement, The Ground of the Unity, we are called in faith to serve humanity, with our actions shaped by scripture – but this is not always an easy task! Indeed, disagreements over how we translate scripture’s messages into individual and community actions are not new. Join us as we explore some of the challenges and prospects of biblical, faithful decision-making, then and now. This event is taking place on Saturday, November 3 from 9 AM to 3 PM at Ardmore Moravian Church. To learn more about this event or register, click on this following link: Comenius Learning Event
The Board of World Mission is seeking volunteers to assist in the clean-up and recovery effort in the Wilmington area for the weeks of November 4th – 10th and 11th – 17th. Crews will be hosted at Covenant Moravian Church and doing clean up and demolition work at homes in the area. An effort is being made to secure sleeping cots, but people are encouraged to bring their own air/foal mattress and bedding. Work sites are being arranged through Samaritan’s Purse who is serving as a cleaning house between work sites and incoming mission teams. To learn more, read the following:
On Sunday, September 30th we will be hosting our Farewell Feast for Steve Holland. Steve recently announced he is leaving us as our organist after 19 years of faithful service. Our Youth Lunch initially scheduled for September 16th has been rescheduled to September 30th and the menu will feature some of Steve’s favorite foods! The love offering collected at this lunch will support a charity of Steve’s choosing.
We continue to keep in our thoughts and prayers all who have been affected by Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas. Our Moravian Board of World Mission has started their response efforts. Here is an update from The Rt. Rev. Chris Giesler, Director of Mission Engagement: Hurricane Florence Update #2
To learn more about how we can be of assistance please refer to the link below:
Help is needed! A work day has been called for Wednesday morning at 9 AM at church. Our recent storm has left a lot of debris on our church campus. Please bring rakes, leaf blowers and yourselves on Wednesday. With enough people we should be able to accomplish all we need to do very quickly. Thank you in advance for your participation!
With more rain in the forecast along with the potential for flooding in the Piedmont Triad area, Christ Moravian Church will be closed on Sunday morning. This information is now available as well on our Facebook Page, and various television stations (WXII, WFMY and WGHP) that list such closings. Please share this information with others!
With the threat of inclement weather and possible power outages this Sunday from Hurricane Florence , we encourage church members to check WXII, WFMY & WGHP (Fox 8) television stations along with our Church website and Facebook page to discover information about any schedule changes for church events, meetings, and worship service due to adverse weather conditions.
Join us Sunday for worship at Christ Moravian Church. We will be dedicating our new church office building. Members will be able to tour the new office building too. Our Christian Education Committee is hosting a picnic in the Fellowship Building. Fried chicken and ice cream treats are provided. Members are asked to bring side items. We hope you will make plans to attend!
To learn more about the upcoming Moravian Children’s Festival and Lovefeast in August (August 19th) please download the following poster that provides all information:
The Youth at Christ Moravian Church are sponsoring a car wash to raise money to help support a local food pantry.
WHEN: Saturday, August 18th from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
WHERE: Christ Moravian Church Parking Lot at 919 West Academy Street in Winston-Salem
COST: There is not a set cost for the car wash, instead donations will be taken.
Enjoy a sausage biscuit from 9:00 am – 11:00 am and a hot dog from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm while your car is being washed. Proceeds from the food will also go to the Youth for camp.
Construction 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:
Our 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.
The 2018 Summer camp season at Laurel Ridge is underway! Pictured here are some of our Christ Moravian Campers participating in the Junior & Middle/Senior High Creative Arts camp at Higgins Lodge this week. Also in this photo are those Christ Moravian members serving on the summer M Staff along with Pastor Marcus who is a counselor this week. Continue to keep all our campers (and M Staff) in prayer this summer!
The Youth will have a lunch on Sunday, June 10th, after worship in the Fellowship Building. The menu will be ham, macaroni and cheese, roasted broccoli, salad, rolls and desserts. A love offering will be collected to help the youth with their programs and missions. Please note following lunch we will have our Synod report and discussion.
In observance of the Memorial Day Holiday, our Church Office will be closed on Monday. We thank those who have given their lives in service to our great country and for those who continue to protect our freedoms serving in our armed forces. Remembering these words from our Liturgy for National Occasions (Moravian Book of Worship, pg. 141):
Make of this nation an instrument for the promotion of peace, freedom, and righteousness. May it be a haven for the oppressed of other lands, a home of happiness for all who dwell within its borders; and may our commitment to liberty and justice for all be preserved for the generations to come. Hear us, gracious Lord and God.
The summary of Synod resolutions and reports, election results along with the State of the Church Address are now available for viewing and download on the Provincial webpage. To view these documents please refer to the link below:
This week, Moravians from across the Southern Province will be gathering in Black Mountain, NC for the 2018 Synod. We ask that you keep them in your prayers as they travel and gather to discern where God is calling our Church.
The IBOC (Interprovincial Board of Communication) and BCM (Board of Cooperative Ministries) will work together to bring you regular updates during and after the event. We encourage you to check the following websites and social media accounts for new content regarding Synod:
- Moravian Magazine on Facebook
- Moravian BCM on Facebook
- Moravian BCM on Instagram
- Moravian BCM on Twitter
You can find general information about what Synod is and how it works at Moravian Church of America, Southern Province
This Sunday in worship we will be commissioning our 2018 Synod delegates (Ann Frye, Becky Lanier and Pastor Marcus) in worship. Please keep in your thoughts and prayers all delegates who will be traveling to Black Mountain, NC from April 19th – April 22nd. Our Administrative Assistant (Avis Gray) will also be a part of office staff at Synod and our CFO for the Moravian Church (Robyn Glance) is also a delegate. In addition, several members of our congregation are nominees for some provincial boards and committees. These individuals include:
The Youth will have a Pancake Supper on Saturday, April 14, from 4:00 – 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Building. Please click on the link below for more information on menu and pricing.
The Lord has Risen Indeed! A great crowd gathered in God’s Acre for the 246th Annual Easter Sunrise Service this morning. We hope you will make plans to join us for worship at Christ Moravian Church at 11 AM!
The streets and sidewalks are clear along our campus so in case anyone was wondering we are on a normal schedule for Sunday morning. Opening Exercise will begin at 9:45 am followed by Sunday School at 10 am and worship at 11 am. We hope to see you here!
Due to the colder temperatures along with a forecast of rain, the church work day scheduled for Saturday, March 24th will be rescheduled for a later date. We will keep members of the congregation updated when that date is set.
Due to the threat of inclement weather for Wednesday morning, we will NOT be taking the church bus to the Day of Prayer Lovefeast service at Konnoak Hills Moravian. If people wish to attend and carpool together, you are encouraged to meet at the Fellowship Building Parking lot at 10:30 AM. If they should decide to cancel this service due to weather related conditions we will try to inform members in a timely manner Wednesday. Thank you for your understanding!
The 2018 Synod will be taking place April 19th – April 22nd in Black Mountain, NC. To learn more about those individuals nominated for various boards and agencies you are invited to follow this link:
The Christian Education Committee is sponsoring a Pine Needle Sale with the proceeds going to help support our Laurel Ridge Summer Camp Scholarship Fund. The price per bale is $5. This sale has been extended an additional Saturday (March 17th) from 8AM – 12 PM at the Fellowship Building (located on the corner of Academy Street and Granville Drive) in Winston-Salem,.
The 2018 Days of Prayer schedule is attached. Bus service from the Christ Moravian Church parking lot to each of the churches is available. A sign-up sheet is posted at church on the Church Family Life Bulletin Board if you would like to sign up or you may call the church office at 336-722-2007 to sign up. Due to ongoing construction and repairs of their church sanctuary, Calvary Moravian church has canceled their service on March 7th.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory from 4 AM to 10 AM Sunday morning, February 4th. Freezing rain is expected, with a possible accumulation of ice resulting in slippery conditions tomorrow morning. For this reason, Christ Moravian Church will not hold Opening Exercise or Sunday School. We are making plans to hold worship at 11 AM. Should conditions worsen we will inform the congregation through the various media outlets as communicated in an earlier post about our Winter Weather Policy about any further changes.
There is a sign up sheet located on the Church Family Life bulletin board for those who are interested in attending an upcoming Winston-Salem Thunderbirds hockey game. The game is on Sunday, February 11th at 4 PM. Cost for tickets will be $12 each and includes admission, a hot dog, soda and popcorn.
There will be a chicken stew fundraiser to benefit the Ray of Hope orphanage in Kenya, Africa. A sign up sheet has been posted on the CHURCH FAMILY LIFE bulletin board for pre-orders for chicken stew by the quart (TAKE OUT ONLY) at a cost of $10 per quart. On Saturday, February 3, between 3PM – 6 PM you may pick up your pre-orders at the Fellowship Building.
Our Church office is closed today due to the inclement weather in the Triad. In addition evening activities (Choir Practice) are canceled for tonight.
If you need to contact anyone on the church staff, our voicemail system is your best option. Voicemails will be sent by email to our staff email addresses.
Our phone numbers are the following:
Administrative assistant: 336-722-2004
Available in PDF format for download is a statement from the worldwide Moravian Church (the Unity) from the President of the Unity Board, the Rev. Dr. Cortroy Jarvis, and the Unity Board Administrator, the Rev. D. Jørgen Bøytler. This statement expresses concern, as a matter of Christian principle, about recent statements by President Trump, and especially in light of our Moravian presence in many of the places to which the President’s comments referred. For example, Haiti has been for some years a Unity Mission Area of our church, under the care of the Jamaican and the Eastern West Indies Provinces; about 75% of the Moravians in the world live in Africa; and, 20% in the Caribbean and Central America. We encourage you to read, reflect upon, pray about, and to share this statement as you feel led. The statement can be found below:
Our weekly update is available to download or view in PDF format. Click on the link below:
Moravian congregations will be holding Lovefeast Services throughout December and on Christmas Eve. Christ Moravian Church offers one service at 11 AM on December 17th and two services Christmas Eve (4 PM & 7:30 PM). To view a listing of other congregations and their upcoming services, please follow the link below:
Members are reminded that following worship on Sunday morning, November 12th we will be having a youth lunch in the Fellowship Building. Menu items roast beef, mashed potatoes, broccoli, corn and yeast rolls. Desserts will include homemade pound cake. Following lunch, Melinda Trevorrow will share pictures from her Moravian Roots trip this summer in Europe. Make plans to join us!
Our heartfelt thoughts, prayers and sympathy are extended to those in Sutherland Springs, Texas who were killed yesterday while worshipping at First Baptist Church. May these words from our Moravian Book of Worship offer us encouragement and strength in the days ahead:
All are invited to join us in worship on Sunday, October 22nd as Christ Moravian Church celebrates their 121st Anniversary with a Lovefeast Service. To learn more about the history of Christ Moravian Church
Our heartfelt thoughts, prayers and sympathy are extended to those in the Las Vegas community. To date, over fifty people have died and over 500 individuals are being treated in hospitals for injuries related to a shooting incident that took place at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival. Remembering these words from our Moravian Book of Worship:
“For all who are in danger, trouble, or anguish, we ask the presence and strength of your Spirit.” (Intercessions in Time of Crisis)
At our Petersbrook RCC meeting in September, each RCC congregation has committed themselves to make 10 Emergency Cleanup Buckets. If your Sunday school class, fellowship group or as an individual would like to fill one of these buckets, please contact the church office. The due date for these buckets is Monday, October 9th. Please click below on the PDF file to view the items desired not only for an emergency bucket but also a hygiene kit as well.
Now is the time to get involved! The Synod Nominations Committee has just announced the nomination process is now open for members of the Moravian Church, Southern Province to consider serving on various Provincial Boards and Committees. To learn more about how you can become involved or recommend someone to serve, please follow this link for 2018 Synod information:
Christian author and speaker Jennifer Sands will be sharing her heart and her story of how after the death of her husband Jim, in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, she was transformed from a God believing good person to having a deep intimate relationship with God. Sands will be our guest speaker in worship on Sunday, September 17th at 11 AM. To learn more about Jennifer Sands please download this information in PDF format:
Or follow this link to her webpage:
MORAVIAN DISASTER RESPONSE
Hurricanes and Earthquake Damage Update and Response
There is quite a lot happening at MDR. We are doing our best to monitor situations on several fronts. The update below will focus on the reports coming into the BWM from our partners and congregations. We realize the impact is much broader than areas where Moravian Churches are located, but cannot fit all of the information currently being covered by 24 hour news cycles into this update.
If you have any specific questions not addressed here, please email Justin@MoravianMission.org.
As we begin disbursing funds to some areas, and still wait for the full impact in others, we thank the many generous donors who have given already, and provide information below on how to direct financial gifts.
Hurricane Irma & Jose
Eastern West Indies Province
The BWM has received a letter from Cortroy Jarvis, Chairman of the EWI Province, providing an update on the situation so far in terms of the damage to the Leeward Islands, as well as the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. I encourage you to read the whole letter, posted on the BWM website, but the largest impact to Moravian areas appears to be on St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Additionally, the provincial office on Antigua is preparing to act as emergency housing for at least 4 families of the many, many people who have been evacuated from Barbuda, where a great majority of homes and structures have experienced damage. Continue reading “Updates Around The Unity”
Our prayers continue for those victims of the terrorist attacks in Barcelona Spain today. that have taken the lives of at least 14 people and injured at least 100 others thus far. We continue to pray for those in Charlottesville, VA and the acts of violence that took place there last week. The joint Provincial Elders’ Conference of the Northern and Southern Province have released an official statement regarding Charlottesville. In addition we wanted to provide an official statement of the church regarding racism. Both of these documents are available for viewing (and download) in PDF format.
Due to CORONA Virus restrictions, Christ Moravian Church WILL NOY be able to have our end of summer picnic and ice cream social in late August.
Members and friends of the congregation are invited to join us for a time of exercise and fellowship as we bike together. The Biking Group will meet at 9 AM on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month as weather permits. The group will also meet the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month at 9 AM. Participants are asked to meet at the Greenway behind Marketplace Mall on Peters Creek Parkway. The first gathering will be Saturday, August 19th. Continue reading “Biking Fellowship Announces Schedule”
We thank those who participated and those who ventured out for our Youth Car Wash on Saturday. Over $400 was collected to help purchase food for a local food pantry along with non perishable food items being collected.
Our office will be closed on Tuesday. 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.
Please keep our church members who are participating in Convo ’17 in the Washington DC area in your prayers as they leave Saturday morning. Our members who are participating are: Jack Crater, Emma and Evan La Bella, Matt and Zach Pace, Korbin Smith and Sam Sturgill.
O God, our heavenly Father, whose glory fills the whole creation, and whose presence we find wherever we go: preserve those who travel; surround them with your loving care; protect them from every danger; and bring them in safety to their journey’s end; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
We remember those in Alexandria, VA who were shot today and continue to recover from their injuries in the hospital. We also hold in our thoughts and prayers those family members and friends who have lost loved ones in a fire at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington in London along with those being treated for injuries. Remembering these words from our Liturgy In Time Of Crisis (Moravian Book of Worship)
God of mercy, God of comfort, we come before you in this time of difficulty, mindful of human frailty and need, confused and struggling to find meaning in the face of suffering.
We are grateful that even as we share in the joy of Christ Jesus, we can also share abundantly in the comfort in the midst of suffering.
We pray for those who are suffering and can make no sense of tragedy.
Help them to turn to the One who embraces us in our lives–even Jesus Christ, who lived and suffered among us.
After worship on Sunday, June 11th join us for a Youth Lunch featuring hamburgers, hot dogs and all the fixings! Donations are welcomed and support ongoing Youth Ministry programs and activities. Also that day our Grateful Choir will sing the National Anthem at the Dash game! Tickets for the game are $11. There is a sign up sheet located on the Church Family Life Bulletin Board.
We hope you will make plans to join us for worship on Sunday, June 4th . This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday. In worship we will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion and also celebrating the Rite of Confirmation as three individuals join our church. Worship begins at 11 AM.
The Youth will be having a bake sale on Saturday, May 20th from 7 AM – noon in the Fellowship Building as the West Salem Neighborhood Association hold their annual yard sale in our parking lot. Please contact a volunteer with the youth to donate items!
The image says it all! Don’t forget to spring your clocks forward on Sunday, March 12th as Daylight Savings Time begins. We hope to see you in worship at 11 AM!
On Tuesday, March 7th the Marvelous Moravians welcome Joe Jarvis, president of the Armando Rusindo Mission Foundation to speak about his ministry experiences and the work of the Moravians in Cuba. Joe is a member of New Philadelphia Moravian Church. He is a member of the Board of World Mission. Our time will begin with coffee and light refreshments at 10:30 AM with Joe beginning his presentation at 11 AM that morning.
The very first time Joe visited Cuba his heart was touched by the people. Their worship was something that Joe found to be spiritually uplifting and he was impressed by the people’s friendliness and their sincerity regarding their faith. Bishop Sam Gray and brother Jarvis visited other churches and towns during their stay. Continue reading “Marvelous Moravians Welcome Joe Jarvis”
During the season of Lent, Pastor Marcus will be offering another Lenten Bible Study following worship. Our sessions will being on the 2nd Sunday of Lent, March 12th and continue through Palm Sunday, April 9th. We will once again seek volunteers to provide a lunch for our group participants. Pastor Marcus will provide lunch at our first session on March 12th. There also will be a Youth Lunch on March 26th. A sign up sheet is located on the Church Family Life Bulletin Board. This study is based upon the new book by Adam Hamilton entitled, Creed What Christians Believe and Why. Continue reading “Lenten Bible Study”
We will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion during worship on Sunday, March 5th at 11 AM on the first Sunday of the Lenten season. Later that afternoon at 2 PM, all are invited to join us for our Day of Prayer Lovefeast Service. We welcome as our guest speaker, The Rev. Kelly Moore. We hope you will make plans to join us for these special services Sunday.
Join us at Christ Moravian Church in the Fellowship Building on Saturday, February 25th from 5 PM – 7 PM for a Chicken Stew. People may choose either dine in or take out. A love offering will be accepted for those who choose to dine in. Quarts of Chicken Stew will be available for $10. All proceeds go to benefit the Ray of Hope Ministry in Kenya, Africa.
The Marvelous Moravians will have a planning meeting on Tuesday, February 7 at 11 AM in the Fellowship Building. Lunch will be provided. This event is open to all who are interested in attending. The planning meeting is to review proposed activities and seek input from members of the group about things they would like to do together during the upcoming year. Your input is valued and needed so make plans to attend!
The youth are sponsoring a special dinner on Saturday, January 28th at 5 PM. Tickets are $12 and seating is limited to 60 people. All proceeds will benefit the Convo 2017 Fund. Menu includes: salad, choice of baked ham or roast beef, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, roll, dessert and beverages (tea, coffee or water). Please contact a youth leader to purchase tickets.
The Marvelous Moravians had an event planned for 11 AM on Thursday of this week. The Steering Committee has decided to reschedule this event based on the uncertainty of the weather and road conditions. In addition we were unable to gather an accurate headcount for those who planned to attend due to the cancelation of Sunday’s worship service. We will publicize the date we plan to hold this event in the near future. Thank you for your understanding!
Sunday worship and all activities for Sunday have been canceled at Christ Moravian Church. Please be very careful if you must venture out in the current weather conditions.
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Imagine sharing the same devotional with 1.5 million believers in more than 50 languages around the globe. The Moravian Daily Texts has been living this ecumenical dream for many years! First published in 1731 in Saxony, this little book grew out of a spiritual renewal of the Moravian Church (Unitas Fratrum) that dates back to Aug. 13, 1727. Today, more than 250 years after its first publication, Continue reading “Moravian Daily Text Available Through Email”
Many thanks to our Youth Sunday School classes who led our worship this morning by presenting the program, “The Gift” by Stephanie Davis. Enjoy some pictures from today’s program below.
Enjoy the photo slideshow below
Join us Sunday in worship for a special service known as a Singstunde Sunday. Our message will be proclaimed through a variety of hymns that we sing in worship together.
On Saturday, October 15 from 8 AM – 12 noon we welcome Shamrock Shredding of Greensboro to our Fellowship Building Parking Lot to handle all of your shredding needs. The cost will be $5 per box.
Join us on Saturday, September 10th from 8 AM – 10 AM in the Fellowship Building for a breakfast fundraiser sponsored by the Leadership Board of Christ Moravian Church. Cost of the breakfast is $8 per person (ages 12 and older), $4 per person (ages 5 – 11) and no cost for children under the age of 4. This breakfast will be raising funds to help assist a church member whose home was struck by lightning and sustained damage. Menu items include:
- Scrambled Eggs
- Juice & Coffee
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.
Members are asked to remember in their prayers our Unity Synod that will be taking place next week in Jamaica. Our Southern Province representatives include The Rev. David Guthrie (PEC President), The Rev. John D. Rights (Pastor, Konnoak Hills) and The Rev. Dr. Craig Troutman (Pastor, Raleigh Moravian). Please refer to the PDF form below for more information and specific prayer guidelines.
The Christian Education (CE) Committee will be sponsoring a fundraising event for the Laurel Ridge Summer Camp Scholarship Fund on Saturday, June 25, at 6:00 PM. The event is called “An Evening Under the Stars” and will be a delicious meal prepared by Trish Gray and Sabrina Maksi, served by the youth and accompanied by piano music from Stephen Holland. The dinner will take place in the Fellowship Building, which will be fully decorated under the direction of Emma LaBella. This special event is limited to 80 people. Tickets will be $12 and can be purchased from members of the CE Committee.
A Comenius Learning Series Event co-sponsored by the Salem Creek RCC.
To register online follow this link:
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Trinity Moravian Church | 7:00pm
The history of the Moravian Church is filled with stories of people dedicated to the way of Christ, both black and white. The 250th anniversary of Salem presents a unique opportunity to explore how who we were shapes who we are as Moravians today and who we can be tomorrow.
To apply online follow this link:
The Moravian Leadership Network joins and strengthens current and emerging leaders in the Moravian Church, Southern Province through experiential, group-oriented learning. The goal is to broaden and deepen the pool of Moravian leaders, people who will dedicate themselves to accomplishing worthwhile goals with a sense of vision, purpose, excitement and common good, creating a future of greater possibilities.
Join us in worship this Sunday, May 15th as we celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion for Pentecost. In addition to celebrating the Sacrament we will be welcoming three youth into our church membership through either the Sacrament of Baptism or Rite of Confirmation. We hope you will make plans to attend.
Make plans to join us following worship on Sunday, May 15th for a Youth Lunch in the Fellowship Building. Menu items include hot dogs and hamburgers along with all the fixings! A love offering will be collected to support programs and activities for our Youth Fellowship.
A great crowd from our West Salem Community and Christ Church family ventured out for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26th! Many thanks to members of our Christian Education Committee and Older Youth who assisted. Enjoy some photos from today’s event in the photo slideshow below:
WHAT: A Spaghetti dinner including spaghetti (with or without meat), salad, garlic toast, dessert, water, tea and coffee (regular & decaf)
WHO: Sponsored by the Youth Fellowship
WHEN: Saturday, March 5 from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
WHERE: Christ Moravian Church Fellowship Building at 919 W. Academy Street, Winston-Salem
COST: $8.00 for adults and children over age 5 and $4.00 for children age 5 and younger. Take-out will be available.
WHY: To help the youth raise money for their projects, including outreach and mission
On Sunday, February 14th, all are invited to join us for our 2016 Day of Prayer Lovefeast Service at 2 PM. The Rev. Dr. Nola Knouse will be our guest speaker.
The Rev. Dr. Nola Reed Knouse, Director, holds degrees from Wake Forest University and the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, with specialization in eighteenth-century German music theory and performance. She also holds the Certificate in Theological Studies from Moravian Theological Seminary and is an ordained Moravian minister. Continue reading “Day of Prayer Lovefeast this Sunday”
Our 2016 Lenten Study has been selected. Pastor Marcus will be leading a video based curriculum based on Adam Hamilton’s popular book entitled, 24 Hours That Changed the World. In this study we will come to experience and understand the significance of Jesus’ suffering and death like never before. Together we will go upon a journey that will retrace the day that changed human history. Continue reading “2016 Lenten Study Announced”
If you are interested in learning more about the upcoming Leadership Focus Event in the Southern Province please follow the link below to register online:
Worship service and all activities for Sunday, January 24th have been canceled at Christ Moravian Church. We encourage everyone to be safe if they must venture out in the current conditions. We look forward to seeing you next Sunday, January 31st in worship!