The Christian Education Ministry at King Moravian Church provides many opportunities for members and visitors to learn, grow, explore, question, share and celebrate their Christian faith. We believe that the educational process is a lifelong journey that includes a Biblical foundation and fellowship with a nurturing community.
Some of the programs, activities and opportunities for the Christian Education experience include:
- Sunday School for all ages
- Infant and Toddler Nursery
- Bible Time for 3-5 year olds
- Children’s Worship for K-5th grades
- Lenten Fair and Egg Hunt
- Vacation Bible School
- Laurel Ridge Camp & Conference Center
- Christmas Nativity
- Choirs for Children and Adults
- Fellowship groups for children & youth
- Women’s Fellowship
- Men’s Fellowship
Temporarily suspended. To make a request for childcare during the Sunday School hour, please contact the Paula Hall, Director of Christian Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 983-2710.
Ages 3-5th grades
These children are divided into 2 classes (age 3-1st grades and 2nd-5th grades) which rotate through various learning stations each week.
This group of 6-8th graders meet at the Youth House to discuss topics from Talk Sheets, age-appropriate themed lessons that apply scripture to modern youth topics.
This group of 9-12th graders meet weekly at the Youth House to discuss topics from Talk Sheets, age-appropriate themed lessons that apply scripture to modern youth topics.
This group of adults meet upstairs at the church office to discuss the practical application of Christianity in daily lives. Lessons follow various themes and formats, including book studies.
Good News Class
This adult class meets in the church Fellowship Hall. The group studies the Present Word curriculum which rotates the study of Old and New Testament lessons. Class participants are encouraged to prayerfully consider what the Scripture is saying for their individual and corporate lives.
This group of older adults meet in the church parlor each week for prayer, fellowship and Scripture studies using the David C. Cook curriculum. They also support local ministries and programs such as King Outreach and Vacation Bible School.
This informative class at the church office is scheduled annually to introduce new and prospective church members to Moravian theology, polity, missions and fellowship. Contact Pastor Neil for scheduling details.
Dieners, male and female, are officially appointed “servants” of the congregation. The dieners serve at the request of the Board of Elders at lovefeasts, baptisms, and other special worship services. Our traditional wardrobe is for a female diener to wear a white blouse and black skirt with a white doily atop her head and a male diener wears a shirt and tie and dress slacks.
An important ministry here at King Moravian Church is gifted to us each week by our team of Ushers. Ushers ensure the proper flow of each worship service and other special services throughout the year. They greet us at the doors, pass out bulletins and other information, disperse the Ritual of Friendship pads, collect offerings and tithes, and otherwise assist church members and visitors when needed. We encourage all of our members, young people, men, women and older adults, to consider serving as an Usher.
Worship services are recorded weekly for the purpose of sharing our worship experience with anyone who is not able to be present with us or otherwise upon request. Compact discs are available for delivery or pick-up.
King Moravian Church’s mission statement reflects our call to ministry….”Children of God Serving Others in the Spirit of Christ.” We deeply value the purpose and experience involved in our mission work here at our own church, in our community and throughout our world and we strive to provide opportunities for everyone, including our children, to be a part of something greater than ourselves. We hope that you will find an experience here that will strengthen your faith as you serve others in the Spirit of Christ.