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Eastern District completes 2012 Synod

The 2012 Eastern District Synod affirmed the positive work happening in this part of the Moravian Church, while at the same time confronting and working to improve issues.  The resolutions presented for action during the three-day Synod addressed many topics, including care of pastors, youth ministry, lay leadership, financial issues, worship, education and more. Full text of the adopted resolutions is available here.

While Synods focus on the work required to move the District through the coming four years, these gatherings also offer a unique opportunity for Moravian Christians from areas as diverse as metropolitan New York to rural Pennsylvania and Ohio to meet, renew and share.  The first two purposes of a District Synod (as written in the Northern Province Book of Order) include “confirming and renewing Christian love and fellowship;” and “stimulating and strengthening the work of the Lord.” 

Throughout the 2012 Synod, delegates worshiped together, shared meals, enjoyed music from many different traditions, renewed friendships, made new acquaintences and formed new partnerships that have the potential to strengthen the work of the Moravian Church.

More on the work of the Eastern District Synod will be shared in the September issue of the Moravian Magazine and online at www.moravian.org. 

Here is a glimpse of the work, worship and fellowship of the 2012 Eastern District Synod:

To view our Photostream for the Eastern District Synod, click here.

Moravian Daily Texts

11/20/2017

Monday, November 20 — Psalm 129
Daniel 6:19–7:22; 3 John

You must neither add anything to what I command you nor take away anything from it, but keep the commandments of the Lord your God. Deuteronomy 4:2

Jesus said to them, “My mother and my brothers are those who hear the word of God and do it.” Luke 8:21

Lord, it is so easy to interpret your holy word with our own biases and miss the point you were trying to make. Guide our hearts and minds to understand your calling for us and to act on that calling. Amen.

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