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New Philadelphia News Across the Pastor’s Desk It is hard to believe that the holy day season is upon us, but it is, and I am glad. I say “holy days,” instead of “holidays,” because “holidays” seems to have lost its original meaning in the mind of some. In my family the holy days start with Thanksgiving, which falls on November 28th. I know it is a U.S. holiday, and not a part of the church year, but it is holy to me because we gather extended family and friends around a table at our house and celebrate another year of life and what it has brought, good and not so good, but made better by the people who share the table. We try to make it a day of real thanksgiving to God. Then the Advent season is upon us, and Christmas, and the New Year. In honor of the Holy Day Season I want to do a sermon series entitled, “Spend the Holy Days with Dickens.” The truth is, though I will reference each of the books, and use an illustration from each, I have primarily just borrowed one of Dicken’s great titles. I am notorious for choosing poor sermon titles, and I am claiming this series as Dicken’s gift to me. He has already gifted me in many ways, by the books in their entirety, most of them anyway. Sunday, December 1st will feature, “Great Expectations,” during which we will talk about what the first Advent of Jesus Christ means to those who had been waiting for the King. Sunday, December 8th is “A Tale of Two Cities,” and we will talk about the earthly Jerusalem, and the heavenly one. December 15th we will talk about “Our Mutual Friend,” which is the story of John the Baptist and his friendship with Jesus Christ. I call John, “Our Mutual Friend,” because we know him primarily because we are followers of Jesus, who called his disciples, and us through them, his friends. On Sunday December 22nd, we will have two services, each different from the other. The 9:00 a.m. service will feature a program of special music that we are inviting our 11:10 folks to attend if at all possible. We

want to see the two services get to know one another a little better. I will also preach a fifteen-minute sermon called, “A Christmas Carol.” It is a story of the Holy Spirit’s work in making us over into disciples of Christ. I will do a reprise of the sermon at the 11:10, service and there will be different special music, on a smaller scale, and a fellowship time afterwards, with light refreshments for people who come, a kind of warm up for the lovefeasts. Refreshments are for 11:10 a.m. service only. Finally, on December 29th, I will take my inspiration from “Master’s Humphrey’s Clock,” which is about a group of friends who come together to share stories that are kept in the clock. All our stories are “in the clock,” too. Those we have written, and, those that we have yet to write. Of course, there is one Friend who wants to write each of us more and more into HisStory. Blessings, Pastor Green

Christmas Eve Lovefeast December 24, 2013 4:30PM* & 8:00PM* Band prelude begins 45 minutes prior to each service


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Plan to join the Funtastics on December 12 when our entertainment will be the Sharps and Flats chorus. This is our annual pot luck. Meat, drinks, and rolls will be provided. Those wishing to do so, please bring your favorite side dish or dessert. Please RSVP by December 8 using sign up sheets in classrooms or by calling the church office. All are welcome. Bring a friend!

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Sharps & Flats


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Women's Fellowship Sunnyside* - Collecting through Janurary 19 - mittens, gloves, hats, socks, underwear (all ages), pots and pans, drinking glasses, blankets, toothpaste/ toothbrush, combs and brushes, shampoo, deodorant, soap, lotion

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Car Decor Circle 5 is selling Moravian car magnets at the bazaar and throughout the year. Each magnet is $6 and you have your choice of the 2 pictured below:

*Juices: plastic bottles (48oz or 64oz) or 46oz cans

2014-2015 Officers President Co-Vice Presidents 

Cathy Ebert Becky Ward Jane Wynne

Recording Secretary Asst. Recording Secretary

Barbara McManus Marilyn Allred

Treasurer Asst. Treasurer

Mary Ruth McRae Betsy Reagan

Circle meetings C1 4th Tues/6:30PM C7 C2 1st Tues/9:45AM C8 C5 2nd Tues/10AM

2nd Tues/1PM 3rd Mon/7PM

Write this down... Circle 2 is selling notecards as well as Christmas cards embossed with the Moravian star. The cards come in packs of 5 at a cost of $5 per pack.

Candle Trimming Join us Sunday, December 1 at 2PM in the fellowship hall as we “dress” our candles for Lovefeast. We will offer light refreshments and lots of fun! If you have questions you may call Lynette Welborn at 336-768-6542

Notable December Events: Dec. 2 - Dec. 14: Pictorial Directory Dec. 8: Children’s Lovefeast Dec. 12: Funtastics Event Dec. 15: Kids of Faith Dec. 15: Congregational Lovefeast Dec. 24: Christmas Eve Lovefeasts Dec. 25 - 27: Church Office closed

Calendar Dates are Filling Up!

Contact the church office to be sure your regularly scheduled meetings are on the calendar. Remember our church calendar is available online via our website:

www.newphilly.org


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Spotlight on...........June Smith Our Spotlight features church members who currently are unable to actively worship at New Philadelphia.

June Smith has been a New Philadelphia member not once, but twice! The first time was in 1965, when she joined the church along with her husband and two sons. “I was Presbyterian, and I married a Methodist, so the Moravian Church became the compromise,” June explains. “My older son, Britton, was confirmed under Bishop Iobst, and my younger son, Bill, sang in the children’s choir, directed by Johnnie Hauser. Then, in 1970, my husband’s work took us to High Point, and I was away for the next 16 years.” June’s husband, Harley, was an undertaker and funeral director. He and June met in Winston-Salem while she was working at the former City Hospital. They married eighteen months later in 1956 in her hometown of Abingdon, Virginia. In addition to High Point, Harley’s work took them to Henderson and Wilmington, NC as well as Lynchburg, Virginia. In 1976 Harley was diagnosed with viral encephalitis, a debilitating disease that eventually disabled him and forced him into a permanent care facility. At the same time, June decided that going back to school would be in her best interest and that of her children, so she enrolled in a nursing program back in Winston Salem, fulfilling a life-long dream. After graduation, June found work at the North Carolina Baptist Hospital,

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where she was employed for 16 years. In 1997, June suffered her first major stroke, pushing her into an early retirement. Two years later, in 1999, Harley died. Always the optimist, June now had more time to spend with family. “When I was young, I wanted to have a family of seven boys,” she says. In a sense, I did just that, when you count my two sons, two nephews and three grandsons!” Earlier this year, June made one of the biggest moves of her life: She moved from her three-floor town home into a one-bedroom apartment at Salemtowne. Helping her make the move were her son, Britton, and grandson, Alexander (June’s son Bill, a pilot, died in 2006. Her “dollhouse,” as she calls it, is comfortably furnished and includes her collection of spoons from her travels all over the country and in Europe. Family photos conjure up memories of happy times, but June doesn’t dwell on the past. Through the new friends she’s making at Salemtowne, and the older friendships she continues to nurture, June is still building memories.

Church Family in Care Facilities:

Hazel N. Brown Jun. 30, 1940 - Oct. 31, 2013 Thomas S. Bigham Nov. 11, 1925 - Oct. 31, 2013 Doris Sloan Jan. 22, 1923 - Nov. 8, 2013 Jerry Simmons Jan. 20, 1926 - Nov. 16, 2013

(Please notify the church office if there is a change in residence) Dale Bodenhamer (Brighton Gardens) Sarah Bricker (Elms @ Tanglewood) Ruby Bumgardner (Clemmons Village) Ruby Byrd (Golden Living Retirement) Margaret Cooke (Trinity Glen) Lorene Crater (Bermuda Village) Bonnie Ebert (Reynolda Park) Betty Fox (Brighton Gardens) Clarence Gabard (Salemtowne-119 Phillips) Lib Greene (Homestead Hills) Betty Holcomb (Homestead Hills) Peggy Johnson (Elms @ Tanglewood) Carolyn Robinson (Brian Center) June Smith (Salemtowne) Delphine Thompson (Homestead Hills)


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Moravian Birthday Hymn With your presence, Lord, our Head and Saviour, bless us all, we humbly pray; our dear heavenly Father’s love and favor be our comfort every day. May God’s Spirit now in each proceeding favor us with his most gracious leading; thus shall we be truly blessed both in labor and in rest.

1 CJ Mock 1 Janet Williams 1 Neil Andrew 2 Ellie Doby 2 Franklin Nifong 2 Louinice Motsinger 3 Aaron Prevette 3 Amber Crotts 3 Blair Myrick 3 Corey Pinto 3 David Cooper 4 Adam Boyle 4 Ed Coble

4 Piper Jané 5 Alexander Barber 5 Matt Fearrington 6 Amret Hawfield 6 Kathleen Reeves 6 Mandy Self 7 Kaitlin Fink 7 Ruth Guthrie 8 Amanda Ketner 8 Mark Fletcher 8 Travis Cox 9 Addison Cheek 9 Allison Panzano 9 Charles Roberts 9 Julia Turner 10 Deanna Williams 10 Laura Lester 10 Sarah Lundgren 11 Kaye Carter 11 Sharon Murphy 12 Brittany Gambill 12 Hannah Beauchamp 12 Laura McCan 12 Todd Transou 12 Wake Wagner 13 Hannah Flippin 13 Steve Cochrane 14 Drew Starling 14 Gaye Chantler 14 Kristen Prevette 14 Susan Morgan 15 Abigail Mash

15 Charlotte Pratapas 15 Eve Lineberry 15 Lemm Pfeffer 15 Macalister Gillispie 15 Mary Steinkopff 15 Ronn Dula 15 Sarah Bibey 16 Heather Krafft 16 Mandy Palmer 16 Mary Pearsall 16 Tyler Byrd 16 Wayne Jones 17 Kevin Bush 17 Leslie Wynne 17 Paul Morrison 18 Anita Henderson 19 Alexandra Koment 19 Betty Willard 19 Colene Ziglar 20 Jan Whittingham 20 Shannon Price 21 Donnie Stillie 21 Emerson Koontz 22 Annie Redman 22 Sylvia Yates 23 Lib Greene 23 Lindsey Cooper 24 Holly Sink 25 Carol Hunter 25 Chris Ziglar 25 Hannah Granger 25 Johnathon Ward

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26 Beth Barber 26 David Turck 26 Frances Weaver 26 Judy Cline 26 Paige Pruitt 27 Brian Robinson 27 Charity Manous 27 Elizabeth Jones 28 Emily Beauchamp 28 Emily Saunders 28 Marilyn Allred 29 Ann Cleveland 29 Barry Nichols 29 Camille Rothrock 29 Donnie Shoaf 29 Sean Cox 30 Emily Mock 30 Lucas Smith 31 Dot Wilson 31 Frankie Spry 31 John Needham 31 Norma Ball


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Financial Report & Attendance As of October 2013 Annual............................................................� $1,018,540 Expenses to date������������������������������������������������� $813,127 Income to date���������������������������������������������������� $894,272 Shortage to date���������������������������������������������������������$8,855 Disbursed in month Pastoral Staff-Salary, Travel, Housing, Pension, Ins.��������������������������������������������������$14,038 Staff-Salaries, Soc. Sec. Ins�����������������������������$25,690 Lovefeast and Communion������������������������������������$3 Christian Education/Youth����������������������������� $2,833 Continuing Education���������������������������������������� $120 Nursery������������������������������������������������������������� $538 Library�������������������������������������������������������������� $668 Office Expenses���������������������������������������������� $3,694 Hospitality����������������������������������������������������������� $17 Stewardship���������������������������������������������������� $1,337 Boy Scouts����������������������������������������������������������� $40 Visioning����������������������������������������������������������� $923 Cleaning Expenses........................................... $4,509 Grounds.......................................................... $2,005 Building/Equipment Repairs............................ $1,261 Insurance......................................................... $6,084 Utilities............................................................ $5,681 Open Door Outreach..........................................$647 Kitchen/Custodial Supplies............................. $1,000 Provincial Contributions................................ $16,617 Requested Items..................................................$541 Total for month������������������������������������������������������$88,246

Funds Iobst-Gray Missions Fund������������������������������������$15,978 Benevolences������������������������������������������������������ $10,453 Bus�������������������������������������������������������������������������� $315 Band..............................................������������������......$1,859 Music��������������������������������������������������������������������$1,971 Elizabeth Windsor���������������������������������������������� $26,541 Lewis Ministerial Student Aid Fund...��������������������$6,439 Anne Chadwick Band Fund..........��������������������.....$9,037 Capital Improvements.................��������������������.....$20,184 Bells of Joy���������������������������������������������������������������$847 Laurels Cabin & Lodge���������������������������������������������$859

**Elders and Trustees:

If you are unable to fulfill your Greeting and/or Lock-up responsibility, please work together to find coverage.

Sunday School

Worship 1st

2nd

Nov. 3

257

305

128

Nov. 10

236

246

129

Nov. 17

238

247

209

Nov. 24

Not available at time of print

Nursery 1st Service

2nd Service

Bette, Deborah, and Jennifer

Children’s Church 1st Service Dec. 1

2nd Service

Kathy Mabe Kim Chrysson Laura Long & Sarah/Bob MacReynolds

Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Dec. 29

Cindy & Ashley Jane & Emmaline Daggett Laura Long No Children Church April & Charlie Greenwood

Ashley Jane

**Greeters Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Dec. 29

Brad Underdal Tim Ward Andi Williams Tom Williams Lonnie Ashby

Lynn Thrower Nancy Renn Beth Gerringer Nancy Holland Betsy Johnson


Bells of Joy

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Bells of Joy ringer Nancy Hoover played handbells at Highland Presbyterian where her son Ross and she were members before she married Chuck and joined New Philadelphia in 1998. When Ross left for college in 2005, Nancy joined New Philadelphia’s bell choir. “Our bell choir is an amazing group of dedicated Christians, playing for the Lord under the direction of our talented director Donna,” Nancy said. “Our Wednesday practice lasts 1-1 1/2 hours, and we always end by ringing ‘May the Lord Bless You and Keep You.’” Bells of Joy will play three pieces during the Christmas lovefeasts on December 15 at 7:30 p.m. and December 24 at 4:30 and 8 p.m. “Fum Fum Fum” is an energetic arrangement of a traditional Catalan carol originating in the 16th century and played with both bells and handchimes. Think of these words as you listen: “We will tell the holy story/Ever singing of His glory.” “I Wonder As I Wander,” a traditional Appalachian carol, will be played with handbells and handchimes, and “An Appalachian Christmas” will showcase several familiar carols including “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” and “Silent Night” with a bluegrass style using the handbells and chimes to remind listeners of banjos, mandolins, guitars and dulcimers in this piece. The handbell choir will also share in the music planned for a special December 22 service at 9 a.m., playing “Carol of the Bells,” “Silent Night,” “Jesus Is The Light of the World” and “Joy to the World.” Carol Russell plays the E and F handbells below middle C with Bells of Joy. She first became interested in handbells after her father died. Memorials for him started the Beckerdite Bell choir at his home church in Midway. Carol played handbells in Colorado when she and her husband

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lived there and joined the New Philadelphia bell choir eight years ago. “Moravians have this love of music, and I feel that we make a special contribution to the worship services,” Carol said. Bells is a special group that supports each other. We have become one body as we have learned to play as if we are a single (rather large) instrument. Nancy Hoover plays the smallest bells and chimes, the highest notes. “ I began playing the largest bells at first. I was worried that I would sling those little bells across the room after playing the heavy ones! I have learned to play two bells in each hand, which has been a challenge. I cherish the opportunity to contribute to the worship service,” Nancy said. “Ephesians 5:19 says, ‘Talk with each other much about the Lord, quoting psalms and hymns and singing sacred songs, making music in your hearts to the Lord.’ I pray that the offering of our gifts brings a peacefulness and richness to our service of worship,” Nancy said.

Projects for 2013 as of 11-19-13 • • • • • •

20 ton chiller replacement Convection oven Fellowship hall Lovefeast storage cabinets A/C units Fellowship Hall (2) Oak tree Removal Sanctuary Renovations: Vestibule, entry covers Commons Area Church Office • Storage closets old fellowship hall • Projects in Process: Church sign Landscaping TBD Children's Chapel TBD

$25,710 $6,200 $4,500 $7,576 $2,950 $82,100

$7,000 $26,000

Total thus far = $162,036


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Fish Fry UPDATE The slab is going to be fab, thanks to the support and generosity of individuals and organizations for this Laurel Ridge capital improvement project! While we await last minute donations and ticket receipts before final accounting of the 2013 New Philly Fish Fry, we anticipate donations and proceeds of approximately $22,000! Scheduled work will not begin until the unpredictable Appalachian winter weather is behind us. So what does that mean? It means there’s still time for holiday donations, honorariums and memorials to the slab project that will directly and positively affect the “Laurel Ridge experience” of our Moravian youth. In addition to the original goal of resurfacing the slab, grading, landscaping and equipment needs have been identified.

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visitors, friends, fellow Moravians and members with open arms and warm hearts! The Trunk or Treat set a new record with 400+ children, and over $500 was raised from the preschool pumpkin auction! The Fish Fry, back for the first time since 2010, hosted 915 diners and take-outs. While short of our goal of 1,000+, it was, nonetheless, an impressive turn-out! The following day after appreciatively receiving our surplus provisions, Samaritan Kitchen served freshly fried, hot fish dinners to scores of hungry and homeless people of our community. Thanks to everyone who made October 25th a most memorable evening of fellowship, benevolence and outreach!

While there was a chill in the autumn air, Friday night, October 25th, our volunteers greeted first time

Missions Committee News Our guest speaker for November was David Morgan with the Winston Salem Street School. This school not only provides the school curriculum for the students to be able to graduate with a high school diploma but also helps with the whole of the student. Instructions are given on how to cook, how to figure out bus routes to get to school, help with “their” children, help with many aspects of their lives. It is the schools objective to not only provide education but also love and concern for the individual. The school is in their 9th year and have at this point graduated 100 students. To learn more the school, visit their website at wsstreetschool.com. They are in need of financial donations and volunteers to help in various aspects of the students lives. Michael and Ceci Tesh are trying to raise funds to visit their families in the US in 2014. Our committee voted to donate $500 to help. The Tesh’s run an orphanage and school in Kenya.

We have had a successful year thanks to you as a congregation. We have been able to give approximately $50,000 to aid our missionaries and help many local agencies in 2013. We appreciate your love for missions and your heart for God’s work to continue in this difficult world we live in. Please continue to pray for all who do service for Christ in whatever way. We must continue to be his disciples and spread His gospel through “word and deed”. God bless you for the holidays, may you have joy and peace. Visit our committee, we meet the second Sunday of each month at 5:00 in the banquet room. We do not meet in December, but we hope to see you in January.


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New Philly Kids Korner!

The Preschool is hosting a Drive

Second Harvest Food Bank.

for the

The boxes will be available at the Preschool entrance through December 13th. Here are some suggested “Best Foods to Donate� (please do not include glass

containers). Canned or dry fruits and vegetables in an array of colors to ensure consumption of a variety of vitamins/minerals; non-perisable whole grains; canned lean meats; canned or dry beans; shelf stable low fat dairy products fortified with vitamin D.


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Kids of Faith December 15 9AM - help needed 11:10AM - Sarah & Bob MacReynolds! Dec 8 - Children's Lovefeast at 10:05AM Dec. 8 - Caroling at Salemtowne at 4PM Dec. 30 - Christmas Movie Morning at 8:30AM

Christy’s Corner

Christmas is coming…and the children of our congregation are invited to participate in a number of ways to prepare and celebrate here at the church. And the rest of us get to see them participate and experience the freshness of their joy in this season! • Children’s Lovefeast - Everyone is invited to come for this Lovefeast in our Fellowship Hall during the Sunday School hour. It is designed to be highly interactive for our youngest children. Our Middle High youth have been creatively engaged in making this service theirs and the Senior Highs will be serving. • New Phillies Caroling at Salemtowne - Our elementary aged children are going caroling at Salemtowne on December 8 at 4pm followed by a time of fellowship and fun with their families back at the church. The children will share some of the VBS project shawls with the Salemtowne residents during their time visiting with them. • Christmas Movie Morning - Monday, December 30 in the Fellowship Hall. Be on the lookout for more information about this time of fellowship during the sharing of a kids movie. All children are invited to participate and are welcome to bring one toy they received for Christmas along. How can you be a part of our learning experiences for children? We welcome volunteers to be a part of all our children’s programming. We really like to find ways for individuals to share their unique gifts with the children. But we need to know who you are and what you can offer… As we look at making all our children’s programs inviting, safe and engaging we need more congregational help to make this possible Are you able to come and sit with our youngest

children in the nursery? While we have paid support in the nursery, nothing can match the personal touches and relationships built through a group of members who help with this ministry to young families. We have been blessed by Jennifer Nelson’s presence offering familiarity and knowledge of our congregation in this way. If you would consider assisting in the nursery particularly during the 11:10am service or have an interest in being a substitute for the 9am service, please make contact with me.

Could you come and share a story for our Godly Play program? or serve as a doorkeeper, to help the children find their way? Godly Play is our new curriculum for Children’s Worship each Sunday this program is offered. There is a series of stories told through wooden figurines, each one with a script to follow, that the storyteller uses to share the Bible with the children. The doorkeeper helps the storyteller to facilitate the lesson by guiding the children’s behavior and helping encourage their participation. We will be offering training in both roles in the coming months and need to add leaders to our rotations at both 9am and 11:10am worship services. If you are curious, please let me know so I can share more about this way to lead children in worship. (There might even be a video available for you to see coming soon…) We look forward to all that Christmas and the new year will bring… and hope to see you find a way to receive the blessing that comes from seeing through the eyes of a child once again. In peace, Pastor Christy

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GIFT

LEGACY

Did you know you can reduce your taxes by making a gift from your IRA to New Philadelphia? Your required minimum distribution (RMD) is a simple and easy way for you to use your IRA to help us further our mission and ministry. Congress reauthorized the IRA rollover for 2013; this means if you are 70½ or older, you can make a charitable gift of up to $100,000 from your IRA and your gift will qualify for your required minimum distribution. Your gift may be part or all of your RMD and you will not have to pay federal income tax on the amount given from your IRA to New Philadelphia. Please consult with your tax accountant for additional details. While you have the opportunity to give through your IRA now, there are other options available for making future gifts from your individual retirement account to

Gingerbread Decorating Workshop

Saturday, December 14, 2013, 10:00am – 1:00pm

Come join in the fun!! The New Philadelphia Moravian Preschool will be hosting a Gingerbread House Decorating Workshop. The cost of the workshop is $20.00 and includes a pre-built gingerbread house 4” x 3.5” x 4.5”, as well as all the supplies and candies needed to decorate. Larger houses are available; see display in the Commons Area. Just bring your creativity and prepare to have a great time, good sweet fun for the entire family. Sign up in the Commons Area or call Nann Snow 336-768-4844

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our church. You can designate New Philadelphia as a beneficiary of your IRA or you can transfer it into a trust that can provide income to your children for a period of time (usually up to 20 years) and after that time the trust may pass to the church. If you would like to speak with someone about IRA gift options, please contact Paul McLaughlin, President of the Moravian Ministries Foundation, at 336.725.2589 or pmclaughlin@mmfa.info. You may also speak with one of the Gift Legacy committee members (Joey Transou, Ron Tedder, Jack Shore, Clyde Manning, Ron Vogler, and Steve Mabe). Thank you for your interest in furthering the ministry of New Philadelphia Moravian Church.

Aaron’s Notes: Hello New Philly Family, I know I have not met all of you yet, but I want to express that I have felt welcomed into the congregation this past month. There has been a welcoming and friendly spirit at all of the congregational events I have attended, and I thank you for that. As you are probably aware, New Philiadelphia is about to have a new picture directory, and I have been asked to update the information. I have called many of you about your contact information, but I still have a lot of numbers to call. Please feel free to call the office and let me know your current information (even if it has not changed). I look forward to speaking with you. Also, if you are a member of a Sunday School class, I look forward to visiting you there. I plan on dropping by all the classrooms between now and early February to help me learn the faces and styles of each class. Peace,

Aaron Linville


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In observance of the If you’ve never been to Men’s Fellowship Breakfast you don’t know what you’re missing. It’s time to find out!

Christmas Holiday

If have haven’t been to Men’s Fellowship Breakfast lately, you do know what you’re missing. It’s time to come back!

the church office will be closed December 25 - 27.

Open Door Lunch December 4 11:30 AM Details - Page 2

Simply faith, food & fellowship

Funtastics

December 12 Details - Page 2

Friday, December 6, 7AM Special Devotion by Rev. Green Serving Conrad & Hinkle sausage

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Clyde Manning ext 307 Pastoral Assistant

Jerry Bumgardner ext 313 Facility Manager

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336-765-2331 336-765-5536


December 2013 Newsletter