The Christian Education Ministry at King Moravian Church provides many opportunities for members and visitors to learn, explore, question, grow and celebrate their Christian faith. We believe that the educational process is a lifelong journey that includes a Biblical foundation and fellowship in a nurturing community.
Some of the programs, activities and opportunities for the Christian Education experience include:
Sunday School for all ages
Infant & Toddler Nursery
Bible Time for 3-5 year olds
Children’s Worship for K-3rd grades
Lenten & Easter Activities
Vacation Bible School
Laurel Ridge Camp & Conference Center
Advent & Christmas Activities
Handbell group for children and youth
Junior, Middle High and Senior High Youth Groups
Women’s Fellowship (4 active Circle groups)
10:00am- Sunday mornings
Currently there is not a Nursery offered during the 10:00am Sunday School hour. To express a need, please contact Paula Hall, Director of Christian Education.
Ages 3-5th grades, 3rd floor of the Christian Education Building
Children explore exciting Bible stories using the Deep Blue curriculum which engages them using science experiments, crafts, games and video.
This group of 6-8th graders meet at the Youth House and leaders use lesson plans to engage discussions that relate scripture to teen life.
This group of 9-12th graders meet weekly at the Youth House to discuss current events and their spiritual connection.
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 them and our world.
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.
Simply Moravian Class
This is our most recent addition to our Sunday School offering and is made up of visitors as well as seasoned members to the Moravian Church. The group has examined Moravian beliefs, doctrine and tradition.
This is a seasonal class offered by Rev. Doug Rights and is designed for visitors and those wanting to learn more about the Moravian Church.
11:00am- Sunday mornings
Since 1925 King Moravian Church has been a vibrant center of worship and celebration. The King Congregation began its journey as a small group meeting at the home of Simeon and Lula Grabs Pulliam and now welcomes over 300 members in its growing ministries. Through generations of faith, the church has expanded to include a new sanctuary, 3 floors of classrooms, the Minnie Grabs Boyles House (Youth House), and the renovated Pulliam House that now serves as the church offices. King Moravian Church continues to celebrate a rich history and tradition through our worship services which include music, liturgies, scripture and prayer. The entire year is punctuated by active rejoicing, which includes our beautiful Christmas Eve Lovefeast and Candle Services as well as our Easter Sunrise service at God’s Acre where the community can hear echoes of our voices “The Lord is Risen Indeed!”
Sunday Morning Ministries with our Children
Nursery & Bible Time (infants & toddlers through pre-school age 5)
Located on the 2nd floor across from the water fountain, our Safe Sanctuary-trained volunteers provide age-appropriate activities for your youngest learners during the worship hour. Parents are just a few steps away.
Children's Worship (children in Kindergarten-3rd grade)
Twice a month, children in K-3rd grades are invited to leave regular worship when the Pastor directs for their own simple worship and lesson upstairs on the 3rd floor of our CE Building.