We remember our 122nd anniversary with a Lovefeast celebration in worship on October 28th. 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 27th 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 and there will be various items and crafts for purchase as well. We hope you will venture out on Saturday! Below you may download a flier in PDF format about our Fall Festival:
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:
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”
Every 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
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!
Join us for worship on Sunday. August 19th 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.
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: