FAITH, LOVE, AND HOPE
A COMMUNITY GROWING IN
“We have judged ourselves by how deep our Faith is, how expansive our Love is, and how life affirming our Hope is.” – Craig D. Atwood, Moravian Theologian
We are currently worshipping in-person Sunday mornings at 8:15 (chapel) and 10:45 (sanctuary) following the same safety precautions which allowed us to remain open from mid-July to late November of last year.
Worshippers are asked to come masked and to follow provisions made for social distancing.
We have been ministering to the Nazareth community in Pennsylvania since 1740.
Our mission is to Minister as living witnesses the saving grace of Jesus Christ.
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God, who is beyond our knowledge, we are in awe of how well you know us, and how lovingly you tolerate our misunderstandings of you. For without you we have nothing to hope for, but with you we have nothing to fear
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Early Service: 8:15 AM
Faith Education: 9:30 AM
Later Service: 10:45 AM
Summer Worship: 9:30 AM
(Beginning May 23, 2021)
Sunday school classes for all ages are offered from September through May at 9:30 AM.
Staying Connected As We Pray
During this time of separation and, for many, a time of isolation it is important to realize that the Community of Faith can and does remain connected through prayer.
Please continue to remember those who are ill with COVID-19 and those with other illness as well. Also remember our first responders, medical personnel, and others whose occupations put them in harms way. We also ask that you remember those whose lives have been turned upside down by this current pandemic.
If you have any specific prayer concerns we ask that you might send them to the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org Please specify if you would like the name(s) to be placed on the Prayer list for the Newsletter, if you would like them mentioned during worship, or posted on the web-page.
We ask that you will continue in prayer during this time. A prayer to use during this time of crisis can be found ...