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May Newsletter

May Newsletter

The May newsletter is now available for download as a PDF. If you know someone who does not have access to the internet, please let Pastor John or the Church office know — or print them a hard copy yourself and drop it off!

DOWNLOAD MAY 2020 NEWSLETTER PDF HERE

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April 2020 Newsletter

April 2020 Newsletter

The April, 2020 newsletter is now available! Please download and read carefully since there is SO much that is different, especially with Holy Week and Easter! We will not be printing/mailing a physical newsletter this month (and probably next month). If you know someone who really can’t read a PDF, please print it out for them, or let Pastor John known and he will make sure to get them a hard copy.

DOWNLOAD PDF HERE

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Ash Wednesday Services

Ash Wednesday Services

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of LENT.  It is a tradition to observe this day with a service of repentance and the Imposition of Ashes – a cross of ashes drawn on the forehead or hand using ashes made from the burnt palms from last year’s Palm Sunday service.

HOLY COMMUNION – Wed Feb 26, 12:30 pm.  This brief service held in the sanctuary includes Holy Communion (using the 1969 Red Hymnal) followed by the Imposition of Ashes.  The service takes about 30 minutes.

CATACOMB SERVICE – Wed Feb 26, 7:00 pm.  This multi-generational service includes the children of the LOGOS program.  The service is held by candlelight, reminiscent of the early Christians who met in secret in the catacombs. The service includes a Cup of Covenant service which the children can participate in, followed by the Imposition of Ashes.  The service takes about 30 minutes.

All who seek to follow Christ are welcome at both services.

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BEST OF ENEMIES Screening

BEST OF ENEMIES Screening

This 2019 film starring Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell is based on the true story in Durham, NC of the encounter between the Grand Wizard of the Ku Kux Klan, C. P. Ellis, and black activist Ann Atwater. While co-chairing a series of meetings on school desegregation, the two found their preconceptions about each other challenged – and they grew to be lifelong friends.

Official Movie Trailer

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The film is rated PG-13 and contains material that may be unsuitable for younger audiences. The screening will be followed by small group discussions to explore how working together with people who are different than ourselves can produce lasting change.

SCREENING & DISCUSSION
Sunday, February 16, 2020 – 2:00 pm
Trinity Moravian Church
220 East Sprague Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27127

Sponsored by the Moravian Team for Racial, Cultural, and Ethnic Reconciliation. Screening licensed through CVLI and through special arrangement with STX Entertainment.

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Young Adult Ministry Coordinator

Young Adult Ministry Coordinator

The Trinity Board has created a new position, Young Adult Ministry Coordinator, for the year 2020, and has hired Madison White for that position. Madi is a Ministerial Candidate for the Southern Province, and is studying at Wake Forest Divinity School. She will also serve as intern for grad school requirements as a part of the position. Her role is to coordinate programs for younger adults and work with the leadership to create ministries that will be attractive to young adults and families in the community. Welcome, Madi!

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Women’s Fellowship Circle 3

Women’s Fellowship Circle 3

“Circle #3 Meeting Change”

Our Dec.  Mtg.  Will be on Tues. Dec.  10 at 6pm at the home of Sara Gentle for our Christmas party

Starting in Jan, Our Meeting will be the first Sunday of each month thru May.  At 12: 30 at the church.  I will let you know if any month changes. Please Join us for Fun and Fellowship.

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Thanksgiving Eve Lovefeast

Thanksgiving Eve Lovefeast

Thanksgiving Eve Lovefeast
On Wednesday, November 27th, we have invited several neighborhood congregations to come and join us for our annual Community Thanksgiving Eve service. This is an excellent service to invite friends and neighbors to attend – we will have posters and postcards available at the rear of the sanctuary that you can post or hand out. Your help will make this service a success! Please go out of your way to invite at least on other family to come and sit with you for this memorable service!

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Blood Drive

Blood Drive

Our Next Blood Drive will be November 17th 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM In the New Fellowship Hall. Contact Jessica Tuttle for more information at jesscoletta@yahoo.com

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Chili Cook Off

Chili Cook Off

Sister Lauren Tripp is organizing another Chili Cook-Off, which will be held later in the afternoon on the same day as our Council meeting – from 3:00-6:00 pm. The last one was a huge success, we had eighteen very distinctive and creative expressions of “chili-ness,” we hope to have even more this year!
The proceeds from the Chili Cook Off will be divided equally between the general fund of Trinity Moravian Church and City with Dwellings (in honor of veterans who need overnight shelter in the winter months).

Chili entry fee: $5 Contact: Lauren Tripp laurenmarie0585@gmail.com
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Bring on the Heat and your appetite. 🌶
We kindly ask for donations for the tasting. All are welcome, In all things LOVE! ❤

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New Music Director

New Music Director

We are pleased to announce the appointment of  ROMAN BRADY as our new Director of Music.  He started September 12.  Long-term members know Roman, since he grew up at Trinity in the LOGOS program singing with the LOGOS Choir!  Please take a moment to extend a warm “Trinity welcome” to  Roman!  He is a graduate    of  Western Carolina University with a degree      in choral conducting, and serves as the chorus  teacher at East Forsyth High School.  He was     formerly music director at Macedonia Moravian Church, and has served on the Board    of the Board of World Mission and has been       active at Laurel Ridge.  He and his wife Ashley (who teaches chorus at North Davidson)  are  heavily involved in music in the “Moravian music scene.”

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