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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.

Refreshments Provided

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.

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Paper Shred Event: We’re makin’ confetti! Safe, secure and professional document shredding Saturday, April 16 9 a.m. until noon. Enter from Kilpatrick St and drive thru – We Unload – you don’t even have to get out of your car!

Only $5 per box.

Sponsored by the Advent Sunday School class. Proceeds to benefit outreach ministries of the Moravian Church.

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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 office@clemmonsmoravian.org or the Mission Office at sbeaman@mcsp.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 bren@yadtel.net.

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

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Ash Wednesday, February 10, 2016HOME MORAVIAN CHURCH

The Reverend Dr. Dianne Lipsett, Professor of Religion, Salem College

10:00 AM Coffee Hour

10:45 Music

11:00 AM Worship, Nursery Provided

 

Sunday, February 14, 2016CHRIST MORAVIAN CHURCH

The Reverend Dr. Nola Knouse

2:00 PM Lovefeast, Nursery Provided

 

Wednesday, February 17, 2016TRINITY MORAVIAN CHURCH

The Reverend Judy Knopf

11:00 AM Worship

Luncheon following

 

Wednesday, February, 24, 2016 – ARDMORE MORAVIAN CHURCH

Dr. Robert Shackleford, President, Randolph Comm. College

9:45 AM-Coffee Hour

10:45 AM- Music

11:00 AM- Worship, Nursery provided

 

Sunday, February 28, 2016CALVARY MORAVIAN CHURCH

Fran Saylor, Candidate for Ministry in the Moravian Church

1:45-2:45- Coffee and heavy Hors D’oeuvres

3:00- Worship Service, Nursery Provided

 

Wednesday, March 2, 2016Fries Memorial Moravian Church

Angelica Regaldo, Student at Wake Forest Divinity School

10:00 AM Coffee

11:00 AM Worship, Nursery Provided

 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 – FAIRVIEW MORAVIAN CHURCH

The Reverend John D. Rights

10:45 AM Music

11:00 AM Worship with Communion, Nursery Provided

Luncheon following

 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 – KONNOAK HILLS MORAVIAN

The Reverend Ramona Prestwood

11:00 AM Lovefeast

 

March 20, Palm Sunday

March 25, Good Friday

March 27, Easter

 

Published by Provincial Women’s Board

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The Board of Cooperative Ministries is justifiably excited about this year’s fall Comenius Learning Series, Be the Church: The Followers of Hus in a New Generation! The sessions include:

Who Was the Church?
Hear Rev. Dr. C. Daniel Crews shares the story of the life and work of John Hus, a Czech priest and reformer whose followers formed the Unitas Fratrum, which later became known as the Moravian Church.

Who Is the Church?
Share in small group reflection and discussion.

Who Can the Church Be?
Engage in a panel discussion, as we reflect on how our history informs the future, while seeking to honor our tradition and being fully present in the world today.

For additional information look

here.

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