The church family here at Union Cross Moravian seeks to be a caring and supportive part of the Body of Christ.We strive to provide a wide variety of ministries and opportunities for persons of all ages to:
Worship and glorify God.
Cultivate and encourage spiritual growth to help meet life’s challenges.
Establish lasting and supportive friendships.
Grow and nurture strong, healthy families.
Provide creative ways to put one’s abilities and talents to work in service to and for the Lord Jesus Christ.
If you are seeking a church home in which you can worship, fellowship, and serve the Lord with brothers and sisters in faith and Christian love, there is a place for you at Union Cross Moravian Church!
We hope that you will prayerfully consider becoming a part of our church family.
Now that we’ve all dug out of the snow, come to the Share the Warmth Pancake Supper
on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at
Union Cross Moravian Church.
It will be from 5-7 PM.
All donations are welcome and Duke Power will match every dollar up to $500,000.
Everyone is invited. Please invite your friends and neighbors. All donations will go to the “Share the Warmth” program. The Duke Energy Foundation will match up to $500,000 in customer contributions during the heating season.
There is a new provision in Federal Law (signed by the President on Friday) that encourages Americans, age 70 1/2 who have IRAs, to make tax free charitable gifts directly from their IRAs to their church or favorite ministry of the Church –up to $100,000, per year. The Moravian Ministries can help you understand how to make contributions.
The bulletin for 12/13/2015 is now posted and online.
Please note that this Sunday morning, December 20th, during the 11 AM worship server the youth will be presenting their Christmas play depicting the events of Christ’s birth. And we will have our Christmas Candle light Lovefeast on Sunday evening at 7 PM
This is the last week to bring unwrapped Christmas gifts for Fox8 Gifts for Kids. If you can bring a gift, please have it to the church by 1 o’clock Sunday afternoon, December 13th.
New, unwrapped gifts can also be dropped off at Lowe’s Home Improvement until Dec. 9 and the FOX8 Studios at 2005 Francis Street in High Point until Dec. 14.
Gifts and monetary donations can also be taken to any Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse and North State stores in the Piedmont. The Salvation Armies will pick up the gifts collected from FOX8 and bring them to their warehouses for distribution to families in need. Anyone needing assistance should contact their local Salvation Army.
Last year Lowe’s raised more than $117,000.
Please, help provide a cheerful Christmas to those in need. Give as God has given to us.