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.
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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
SPECIAL ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICES
ZOOM BIBLE STUDY – Join us for a three weeks Bible study via Zoom on the topic of FASTING.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 7pm
Wednesday, February 3, 2021 7pm
Wednesday, February 10, 2021, 7pm
2021 MID-WEEK LENTEN SCHEDULE
All services will be held online.
Services start at 7:00pm
February 17 Jacob buries Rachel (Genesis 35:11-21) Ash Wednesday Rev. Garritt Fleming
February 24 Death of Lazarus: Hope in the Resurrection (John 11:1-44) Bro. Ryan Morrow
March 3 Disciples grief will turn to joy: Jesus’ farewell discourse (john 16:16-24) Chaplain Otto Dreydoppel
March 10 Ruth and Naomi: God’s promises even after loss (Ruth 1:1-5, 1:20-21, 4:13-16) Student Pastor Grace Hochella
March 17 Job – Why is this happening to me?: It is sometimes because we are righteous that we are attacked (Job 2:1-10, Job 19:25-27) Rev. Sanette Fleming
March 24 What can separate us from the love of Christ?:Romans: if God died for us, what will He not do for us? (Romans 8:31-39) Rev. Derek French
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. Continue to be a blessing as the Lord continues to bless you. Your testimony could safe a life or bring hope. Your giving of your time and treasures shows that you are faithful at all times. Finally, using your gifts and talents exemplifies your surrender to the Spirit of God .
COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION
Information on how the COVID-19 vaccine is distributed in PennsylvaniaThe federal government manages the overall supply of vaccine and allocates varying amounts to the states. Each state then distributes its allotment as it sees fit. Click here for information about how the vaccine is allocated and distributed in Pennsylvania. Posted by the PA Department of Health, the site explains the state’s phased vaccine rollout and has an interactive map with the locations of all vaccine providers in the state. Please check the website and talk to your primary care healthcare provider to see if you are eligible for a vaccination in phase 1a. The state just expanded the eligibility requirements for phase 1a to include people aged 65-74 and people with many chronic health conditions. Providers are currently scheduling appointments and vaccinating people who meet phase 1a requirements. LVHN and St Luke’s are also accepting requests from people who will be eligible in phase 1b, although those appointments won’t be made until phase 1a is complete. Registering for a vaccination In the Lehigh ValleySt. Luke’s University Health Network and Lehigh Valley Health Network are accepting vaccination registration requests for phase 1a and 1b only from people who are already registered users of their online portals. Both providers are encouraging people to register with both health networks. The availability of vaccine from any given healthcare provider is unpredictable. Doses are allotted by the state of Pennsylvania, which prioritizes protected groups as defined by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Lehigh Valley Hospital Network (MyLVHN)
- You must be a registered user of myLVHN online portal before you can register for a COVID-19 vaccination.
- Click here to create a myLVHN account if you don’t already have one.
- Click here for directions on how to register for the vaccine from an existing myLVHN account
St. Luke’s University Health Network (MyChart)
- You must be a registered user of the MyChart online portal before you can register for a COVID-19 vaccination
- Click here for directions on how to create a St. Luke’s MyChart account
- St. Luke’s COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ for Employers
Other locationsFor those who qualify under PA phase 1a, COVID-19 vaccination appointments may be available at the following locations. Appointments book quickly so you may find that appointments are not immediately available.
Additional resourcesClinical information about the COVID-19 vaccine is available at the following sites: