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.
The bulletin for 09/28/2014 is now posted and online.
The bulletin for 09/21/2014 is now posted and online.
The bulletin for 09/14/2014 is now online and posted.
The bulletin for 09/07/2014 is now posted and online.
BLOOD DRIVE/HEALTH FAIR
SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
TIME 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: KONNOAK HILLS MORAVIAN CHURCH
3401 KONNOAK DRIVE
WINSTON SALEM, NC 27127
Novant Health With Community Wellness Free Checks: Body Mass Index, B/P, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Glucose – Sugar, HGB A1C, Hearing, Bone Density
- Health and Wellness Table – Nutrition and Beauty
- Healing Touch
- Nurse Practioner to Answer Medical Questions
- SHIPP Counselor to Assist With Insurance Questions, Including Obama Care
- Flu Shots
- UNCG Table of Stress Information
- Interpreters will be Present
- Soup and Sandwiches for Those Who Attend
- Bounce House w/Supervised Play for Children
Blood Drive will be Done with a Blood Mobile Parked in the Luther Street Parking Lot.
(Making an Appointment for Your Blood Donation Would be Appreciated – 788-9321)
The bulletin for 08/31/2014 is now online and posted.
The Story to start September 7, 2014
The Story Begins on September 7, 2014
From our Community Partners
On Thursday, August 28, Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines will host a community-wide discussion about poverty in Forsyth County. This event will take place at 6:30 p.m. at Green Street United Methodist Church, 639 S. Green Street. A national survey by The Brookings Institute puts metro Winston-Salem in second place on a list of larger metropolitan areas that have expereinced the greatest increase in the number of suburban poor people living in neighborhoods where at least 20 percent of the people are poor. The greater Winston-Salem area was ranked the worst metro area in the United States in having families with children that had a hard time putting food on the table, according to a study by the Gallup organization. Come see how we can help!
The bulletin for 08/24/2014 is now online and posted.