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All are welcome in-person,
or tune in every
Sunday via our
livestream.

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Join the band!
Don’t know
how to play?
We’ll teach you!

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Come walk our
grounds. Listen
for God. What
did He say to you?

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Our Fellowship
Center features a
kitchen, restrooms,
meeting space
and pavilion.

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When you come
into our sanctuary,
allow time to just
experience our
stained glass.

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A model of Calvary
Moravian Church.

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This Sunday, April 2nd, we will be joined in worship by our community partner, the Piedmont Youth Chorus. They will sing alongside our children and adult choirs in our various musical offerings that morning. Thank you to them for helping us celebrate Palm Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less

This Sunday, April 2nd, we will be joined in worship by our community partner, the Piedmont Youth Chorus. They will sing alongside our children and adult choirs in our various musical offerings that morning. Thank you to them for helping us celebrate Palm Sunday!

Please hold the students, teachers, & staff of Forsyth Tech in your prayers today. ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight the Calvary youth spent time on a picture scavenger hunt that used a clue from all 66 books of the Bible. Who knew so many household items are named in the Bible (and how many you can find in a church)? ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight the Calvary youth spent time on a picture scavenger hunt that used a clue from all 66 books of the Bible. Who knew so many household items are named in the Bible (and how many you can find in a church)?Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

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Proud of you guys

How wonderful! Sounds like fun!

Sounds like fun! Miss those faces!

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Our latest sermon podcast is up! https://thepulpit.simplecast.com/episodes/… ... See MoreSee Less

Our latest sermon podcast is up! https://thepulpit.simplecast.com/episodes/dead-ends-march-26th-2023

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Quite a powerful sermon

You have one of the best!

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After bouncing from shelter to shelter and living on the streets, when finally offered affordable housing, the homeless are often struck by the starkness of an empty apartment. With the cost of rent, utilities, and food, there is often little or no money left for furnishings. By partnering with agencies in Forsyth County who have case management programs, (ie., Calvary Moravian), greeNest strives to provide a vital link in the journey from homelessness to independent living. By appointment, and for a small fee, greeNest provides household furnishings to individuals and families.

They are again in great need of "Cleaning Buckets", which are given to each participant. The Missions Committee is kindly asking our congregation for help in filling the buckets. (Questions, please contact Adrienne Polychron)

Your donations may be left in the Narthex, outside of the second floor office, or on the kitchen counter. All of the 8 items can be purchased at the Dollar Tree, and are: Dish soap, Ajax or Comet, spray cleaner, package of sponges, paper towels, toilet brush, toilet paper, and a bucket.
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After bouncing from shelter to shelter and living on the streets, when finally offered affordable housing, the homeless are often struck by the starkness of an empty apartment.  With the cost of rent, utilities, and food, there is often little or no money left for furnishings. By partnering with agencies in Forsyth County who have case management programs, (ie., Calvary Moravian), greeNest strives to provide a vital link in the journey from homelessness to independent living.  By appointment, and for a small fee, greeNest provides household furnishings to individuals and families.They are again in great need of Cleaning Buckets, which are given to each participant.  The Missions Committee is kindly asking our congregation for help in filling the buckets.  (Questions, please contact Adrienne Polychron)Your donations may be left in the Narthex, outside of the second floor office, or on the kitchen counter.  All of the 8 items can be purchased at the Dollar Tree, and are: Dish soap, Ajax or Comet, spray cleaner, package of sponges, paper towels, toilet brush, toilet paper, and a bucket.

How amazing was it to see almost every single generation of Calvary join together to sing our prelude this past Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less

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A true blessing

Absolutely beautiful and uplifting. Thank you!

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