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Salem Congregation Watchnight Service


Every year, the thirteen churches of Salem Congregation sponsor a "Watchnight" Service to welcome the new year in music, prayer, and faith.  This year, the service will be at Trinity Moravian Church, 220 East Sprague Street in Winston-Salem.  The service will begin at 11 pm with and "informal lovefeast" in tghe Fellowship Hall featuring fresh homemade Moravian sugar cake; then will proceed to the sanctuary for a sermon by the Rev. Jeff Coppage.  The band will bring in the New Year.  COme and join us!

There will be a police patrol in the parking lot to ensure safety.

Ash Wednesday


Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 14.  We will observe the day with two services, a service of Holy Communion and Imposition of Ashes at 6:00 am in the Rights Chapel.  This service takes about 30 minutes and is perfect for teachers, nurses, and other who must be at work early.  Since the Moravian Church practices open communion, all who believe in Christ are welcome to partake whether they are members or not.

The second service, known as our "Catacomb Service," will be at 7:00 pm in the Reich Fellowship Hall.  This service, which captures some of the feeling of early Christian worship, will include prayer stations, Cup of Covenant, and the Imposition of Ashes.  Children may take part in the Cup of Covenant.  Again, all are welcome to join us.

Easter Services


We invite you to join us (and thousands of others!) at Salem Square Easter morning at 6:15 for the Moravian Easter Sunrise Service.  This year, PastorJackman will be the presiding minister.  For the first time, the service will be webcast live - visit

Join us at 11 am in the Trinity Sanctuary for Easter Worship, when we will celebrate the resurrection in word and song.  A special children's sermon is planned.

Holy Humor Sunday!


For many years now, Trinity has been participating in an old Orthodox custom – that of telling jokes the week after Easter. After all, the Resurrection was the biggest practical joke on the Devil thatthere ever was; and if you can’t have a good belly laugh about life after the Resurrection, you’ve probably got the wrong end of religion!

So Sunday, April 8 will be Holy Hilarity Sunday here at Trinity, and there’s no telling what to expect during the 11 am worship.Those of sour demeanor and inability to laugh at themselves had best stay home or visit another church that Sunday. However, if you enjoy a good laugh at life and believe that God has a sense of humor – and that humor is a blessing from God – we’ll save a pew for you on Sunday, April 8th!