Welcome to Union Cross Moravian Church

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.

Support the Church

ChurchInPeruThe Moravian church in Peru is a New Mission area of the Board of World Mission. The congregations in Peru currently meet in house churches, and are starting to outgrow this set up.

They need support in order to be able to rent a worship and meeting space to help continue to be able to grow their ministry. The cost of a month of rent is around $250. The BWM would be happy to help congregations and individuals get connected to sponsor a month, 3 months, a year of rent!

 Our mailing address is:

Board of World Mission
1021 Center Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

Pray for Missionaries in Sierra Leone

sierra_leoneWe ask for prayers for all those effected by the Ebola outbreak, and specifically for those in Sierra Leone, a new work mission area of the Board of World Mission. Currently two Moravian missionaries, Mohamed and Safie Braima are preparing to return to Sierra Leone, having been delayed since last summer due to the Ebola Outbreak.

A prayer service will be held on March 1st at Fariview Moravian Church in NC to ask blessing on their work. We ask all reading this to take a moment and offer a prayer for these returning missionaries.

Community Breakfast at Fairview Moravian

Community Breakfast




Fairview Moravian Church
6550 Silas Creek Parkway


 Saturday, March 7, 2015
7:30 to 10:30 a.m.

All You Can Eat 

    Eggs                Bacon       Tenderloin

    Omelets            Grits        Country Ham   

    Pancakes           Biscuits     Juice

    Sausage Gravy     Fruit        Coffee

 Adults – $8.00
Children under 10 – $5.00

 All Proceeds to Benefit the Building of a HABITAT House
by Salem Congregation
(Sponsored by the Outreach & Special Events Committee)

Bulletin for 2/15/2015

The bulletin for 02/15/2015 is now online and posted.

No Services this evening, Feb. 18, 2015

Due to the extreme temperatures and the possibility of black ice this evening, there were be no services this evening. However, please, join us this Sunday for Rev. Don Griffins last Sunday morning worship service before his retirement.

Cancellations for 02/16/2015

There are several cancellations due to the anticipated bad weather this afternoon.

  • snow_girlThe women’s Bible Study scheduled for 12:45 this afternoon has been cancelled.
  • The Joint Board meeting scheduled for this evening has been rescheduled to next Monday night, Feb 23rd, at 7Pm.
  • And the RCC meeting scheduled for this evening has been rescheduled to next Monday Feb 23 at 7pm at Friedland Moravian church.

Stay warm and safe and have a blessed day.

Sunday School Curriculum Preview Day

BCM_cropped_2Stop by the Resource Center, 500 S. Church St., Winston-Salem, on Sunday, March 8, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and explore new curriculum for the 2015-2016 year.This is a great opportunity for CE committees and Sunday school teachers to preview new materials. Come see the new Cokesbury curriculum “Deep Blue” replacing “Grow, Proclaim, Serve,” as well as the new “Growing in Grace and Gratitude” replacing “We Believe,” in September. If you have questions please contact Beth Hayes at bhayes@mcsp.org.

Bulletin for 2/8/2015

The bulletin for 02/08/2015 is now online and posted.

Bulletin for 02/01/2015

The bulletin for 02/01/2015  is now on line and posted.

Bulletin for 01/25/2015

The bulletin for 01/25/2015 is now online and posted.