April 2018  
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Leader: Pastor Amy Gohdes-Luhman

Sunday school is held for preschool through 12th grade and adults.  There is something for all youth ages 3 - 103.  Please Join us Sundays at 9:00.

The Middlers is an age appropriate activity and spiritual discussion group for 3rd through 7th graders.     Scheduled activities will be listed in the Moravian Minute, Newsletter, Website Calendar, and Sunday Bulletins.

Sr. Youth Program (CCSY) - Our Sr. Youth group is for 7th - 12th graders.  Please follow this link for more information - http://www.waconiamoravian.org/message2.php

Mid-Winter Youth Retreat   Contact the church for more information.  

The Moravian church camp experience is like no other.  Young Moravians and friends meet at the camps each summer from multiple locations throughout the midwest.  Long time friendships are made as campers worship and grow in their relationship with Christ.

There are three camps in the Moravian Western District:

Check out this Camp promotion video:  http://youtu.be/mOZy70jn1pk

Camp Mindy is for kids ages 2nd  grade through 5th Grade .     July 23-26 2-17.

Camp Winmor is for kids grade 6th through 8th.  The camp is located in Mt. Morris, WI.   August 13-17, 2017.  The camp website is: http://www.mt-morris.org/

Camp Chetek is for kids 9th grade through age 21.  Chetek is also located in Mt. Moris, WI.  July 16-22, 2017.  The website is: http://www.mt-morris.org/

Ba6 is for kids 3rd through 6th grade. August 13-17, 2017.

4M camp is for kids 1st and 2nd grades. August 14-17, 2017. 

2014 Camp forms here: http://www.wdcamping.com/home/camp-resources


Fall Workshop on the Origins of the Concept of "Race"

Tuesdays October 25 - November 15, 6:30 pm

Pastor Amy invites all of us to consider attending a four week course on the origins of race as a social and historical concept.  Pastor Amy will teach this course, understanding that it will be a safe place to ask ANY questions, share ANY thoughts and enter into a very respectful and non-judgmental exploration of the concept of race as it developed in America.  We are encouraged to set aside time to come to each of the four sessions if at all possible.  This way trust can be developed and maintained and deep reflection on a complicated subject can be entered into with intention.  On November 12 (Saturday) we will be invited to attend the RACE exhibit at the Science Museum in St. Paul.  Please mark your calendars and watch for the sign up at the back of the church.  This is an important and timely discussion for the health of our nation.