After having document shred and after shopping at the Yard Sale, you’re going to need some nourishment! So join the Advent Class for their annual Chicken Pie Dinner on Saturday, October 15 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Fresh Made Chicken Pie – Gravy – Green Beans – Slaw – Beverage – Dessert. Adults $10, Children 4 – 12 $4, Children 3 and younger eat for Free! This year’s dinner is dedicated to the memory of Bobbie Sapp for all her tireless work on class dinners over the years. A generous donation in her honor will be made to Laurel Ridge from the proceeds.
It’s a Meet & Greet with Rev. Joe Moore, our new Associate Pastor. Rev. Moore will officially begin at New Philadelphia on Monday, October 3.
Join us at 7 a.m. in the banquet room on Friday, October 7 for faith, food, and fellowship! Enjoy a special breakfast treat: Brother Jack Hauser’s Nearly World Famous, Fried Tenderloin and Gravy!
Make plans to attend and bring a friend!
Simply faith, food, and fellowship!
Plan now to join the Funtastics on Thursday, September 15 when our speakers, historian and archaeologist, Martha and Mo Hartley will present a special program commemorating the 250th anniversary of Old Salem.
Coffee will be served in the banquet room beginning at 10 a.m. followed by their presentation at 10:30 a.m. A delicious lunch prepared by Circle Eight will follow.
Please RSVP to the church office by Monday, September 12.
All are welcome! Bring a friend!
Am I My Sisters’ Keeper? A Report on the 4th Unity Women’s Consultation
Where: New Philadelphia Moravian Church
When: June 26, 2016 3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Join the Unity Women’s Desk of the Moravian Church for a report on the progress, proposals, and stories of the 4th Unity Women’s Consultation hosted in Paramaribo, Suriname in February 2016.
Join us at Tanglewood Park Shelter 3 on June 16 from 5:30 p.m. -8:30 p.m. Bring a picnic dinner to enjoy, relax by the Skilpot Lake, have fun and fellowship while sharing in games, or fishing at the fishing deck the shelter features. No drinks or paper goods will be provided, so please be sure to bring everything you need. We will provide the fellowship and beautiful place to have a picnic!
Please note there is a small gate fee to enter Tanglewood Park.
Beth and Bill Byrd are our hosts for this time together, feel free to reach out to them with questions
Yadkin View RCC Gathering “The Moravian Cherokee Connection” will be the focus of the Yadkin View RCC Gathering at Clemmons Moravian Church on April 9, 2016. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the conference closes at 2pm. The Rev. Dr. Daniel Crews will speak on “Moravians and Cherokee: A Journey towards Respect.” The latest book in the Sister Maus series, Sallie Jane and the Wonderful Stories-A Cherokee Student at Salem, will be presented by Dr. John Hutton, Professor of Humanities at Salem College. Celeste Handy, Salem College graduate and Duke Seminary student and pastor, will speak on “Current Life and Culture of Native Americans.” A delicious box lunch prepared by Mrs. Pumpkin’s will be included in the registration fee of $15. For a registration form, please contact Clemmons Moravian Church at email@example.com or the Mission Office at firstname.lastname@example.org All Southern Province ladies and gentlemen are invited to attend.
A special offering will be taken for the Oaks Indian Mission Children’s Home near Tahlequah, OK.
Registration Fee: $15.00 (box lunch included). You may get a registration brochure by clicking HERE or by contacting Brenda Davis email@example.com.
The picture shown is a map showing the settlements of the Cherokee Nation was drawn by Moravian missionary John Daniel Hammerer and is dated to 1766