At Schoeneck Moravian Church, we like to think of ourselves as a community – a community that is centered in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. As a community of faith, we worship together, study together, serve together, care for one another in times of need, and pray for one another. We endeavor to be a genuinely friendly church. Visitors are always welcome at Schoeneck Moravian, and we want everyone to feel a sense of acceptance and belonging as we encourage one another in our spiritual journeys. Children and young people are a focus for us, and we place a strong emphasis on our Sunday School, youth ministry, and Christian Education programs. Checkout our to learn more about how we learn and serve together.
Worship in the Sanctuary beginning on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 10:30am Click here to Register for In-Sanctuary Worship
Live streamed on our Facebook Page
Resources for those Needing Assistance
In difficult times such as these we are especially called to look after one another. If you are in a situation that you are struggling with please reach out to our church Office at 610-759-0376, or click on the links below for useful information and assistance
Nazareth Moravian Church Social Worker Program
Information for Seniors
Online Worship To Continue
Based on the recommendations from our state and county leaders as well as the Provincial Elders Conference of the Moravian Church, the Joint Board has decided to extend the closure of the church building and cancellation of all in-person worship and activities until further notice. The Board believes this to be the best thing we can do to continue to protect the health of our members and community.
Sunday worship services will continue to be available online through Facebook Live and YouTube.
As God’s redeemed people, we are now God’s handiwork, created in Jesus to do good works (Ephesians 2:10). God has entrusted us with gifts of time, talent, treasure, and testimony to make Him known in the world. On certain Sundays, we will take a few minutes during worship to give God thanks for the good work He has allowed us to do as we highlight the faithful stewardship of ministries in our church.
The Board of Elders has been discussing how to accommodate our members who need gluten free communion wafers. The problem in serving communion is the cross- contamination from the bread which has gluten onto the communion wafer. A miniscule crumb of the bread falling onto the gluten free wafer is enough to cause severe reactions to those who have gluten intolerances like Celiac Disease. We have purchased individually wrapped gluten free communion wafers to thwart cross contamination. For more information BeyondCeliac.org.