Join us on Sunday, November 24 at 11 AM for our Thanksgiving Lovefeast service at Christ Moravian Church. Members and guests are encouraged to bring canned goods which will be collected for Sunnyside Ministry. We hope you will make plans to join us in worship!
Join us on Sunday, November 10th 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.
SHOW YOUR SPIRIT! Purchase a Christ Moravian Church Car Magnet. They make excellent Christmas gifts. Only $5 each. Size is 5″ x 5″. Get One for each Car in your family. Please see attached order form.
We remember our 123rd anniversary with a Lovefeast celebration in worship on October 27th. Worship begins at 11 AM. Please join us! To learn more about our history as a congregation, please refer to the following document:
Join us on Saturday, October 19th for our Women’s Fellowship Fall Festival. All the fun and festivities begin at 8 AM and will continue until 1 PM. We have a Yard Sale in the basement of the Fellowship Building and upstairs we will be selling chicken pies, baked goods, pecans and there will be various items and crafts for purchase as well. For breakfast there will be sausage biscuits, coffee and sweets. For lunch we will be serving hot dogs and homemade vegetable soup. Hope to see you there! Please see link below for flyer.
Make plans to join us following worship on Sunday, October 13, for a Youth Lunch in the Fellowship Building. The menu will include Baked Spaghetti, chicken tetrazzini, salad, garlic bread and dessert. A love offering will be collected to help the youth and their projects and missions. After the lunch, the CE Committee will sponsor a mission project to package small bags of rice and beans for Sunnyside Ministry.
Tuesday morning studies of the Parables will meet at 10:00 am in the Fellowship Building for October led by Ann Frye.
October 15 – The Unworthy Servants
October 22 – The Persistent Widow and The Pharisee and the Tax Collector
Join us for our worship service this Sunday. We will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion. Our worship service begins at 11 AM. This Sunday is recognized as World Communion Sunday and is a celebration observed by several Christian denominations. Continue reading “Holy Communion This Sunday – October 6”
The annual CROP Walk will be held Sunday, October 20th at Corpening Plaza. The walk begins at 2:30 and is 2.2 miles. This walk helps various agencies in our community including Sunnyside Ministry. If anyone is interested in participating in the walk, please see Sabrina Maksi for more information.
Our end-of-Summer meal will be a potluck after the service on Sunday, August 25 in the Fellowship Building. Please bring your favorite food (meat or side dish) or dessert to share. Afterwards, we will assemble more hygiene kits.
Join us for worship on Sunday. August 18th 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.
We will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion at our 11 AM worship service on Sunday, August 11th. Our Communion celebration is in remembrance of the Renewal of the Moravian Church in 1727.