Being the church in the twenty-first century calls us to new challenges and demands greater commitment and understanding of our faith and action.
Leadership Focus 2019 explored a number of topics surrounding the theme of “being neighbors” in our local communities and the world. How can Moravians serve as neighbors in ways that enrich our spiritual lives, congregational lives, and mission in the world? What does being missional really look like today? What is God calling us to do or be in the 21st century?
A day of learning and fellowship, Leadership Focus is an annual event that provides education, training, and discussion opportunities for Southern Province Moravians.
Who Is My Neighbor(hood)? Getting Right With God & Neighbor
Presented by Pastor Terrance Hawkins. A native of Winston-Salem, he is the founder/director of Lit City (a youth development initiative) and currently serves as the Co-Executive Director for the School of Love, a division of Love Out Loud, striving to grow the church in its love for God and its neighbors. In addition to the keynote presentation, Terrance ran a workshop on what it really means to love God and neighbor [embedded below].
Connecting Church and Home in Faith Formation Rituals to Carry Into the Community
King Moravian Church’s Share the Blessing Mission Blitz
Sharing Moravian History in the Community with Mizpah Moravian Church
Trinity Moravian Church’s LOGOS Ministry
Church in the Neighborhood: A New Twist on Congregational Outreach