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Welcome to First Moravian Church of Georgia
We invite you join us as we worship, serve and celebrate
our risen Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
First Moravian Church of Georgia is a diverse community with members from around the world. We established ourselves in the Smokerise Community formally on March 23, 1975. Since this time we have been worshipping, serving and celebrating our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We invite you to join us for worship at anytime.
Our Mission Statement accurately describes our church. We are indeed a joyful community which is called by Christ Jesus our Lord. We invite you to join us as we worship, serve and celebrate.
Sunday Morning Schedule
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Adult Choir Practice10:00 AM
The women Fellowship 2018 Bazaar was held on November 3rd. Below is a photo gallery of some photos taken at this event.
2019 Leadership Focus | Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Held on Saturday May 18
This Event was hosted by First Moravian Church and sponsored by the Florida District Board and the Board of Cooperative Ministries, Moravian Church Southern Province.
First Workshop Session
Connecting Home, Church, and Community in a Changing World and Who IS My Neighbor?
Second Workshop Session:
Unlikely Neighbors, and Being Neighbor Online
The gallery photos illustrate activities that took place at this recent event. Next Event - The Good Samaritan
The Lovefeast of the Moravian Church
This is based on the Agape feast and the meals of the early churches described in the Bible in the Acts of the Apostles, which were partaken in unity and love.
Wednesday Mornings at 11:00 am
We meet every Wednesday to discuss ideas to enrich the faith walk and growth for the members of our Congregation. Please contact Brother McDowell if you have events coming up or information that you wish to have on this website as well as in the monthly Newsletter.
Unity Amidst Diversity
Excerpts from a 2014 presentation to the Northern Province Synod of the Moravian Church in America. The Rev. Dr. Craig D. Atwood, Charles D. Couch Professor of Moravian Theology and Ministry at Moravian Theological Seminary, and Director of the Center for Moravian Studies, describes the Essentials, Ministerial, and Incidentals of our faith which have carried us from the Ancient Unity (1457) and are still relevant for us today.
God’s Mission in the world!
The Board of World Mission (BWM) is the overseas mission sending and support agency of the Moravian Church in America. It serves on behalf of the Alaska, Northern, and Southern Provinces of the Moravian Church in North America and of the Unity of the Brethren in Texas. The staff of the BWM are available to help answer your questions and help engage you, as you feel called to his ministry, in support of God’s Mission in the world!
The Board of World Mission serves on behalf of the Alaska, Northern, and Southern Provinces of the Moravian Church in North America and of the Unity of the Brethren in Texas. The staff of the BWM are available to help answer your questions and help engage you, as you feel called, in support of God’s Mission in the world!
Get involved in every area of our Ministry.
Do you care passionately about improving your church leadership and the quality of our ministry. Join in to help in strategies for our church to be more effective, and more innovative through your time and stewardship. We Need YOU!
First Moravian church of Georgia serve our community through various community programs such as The Net Food Pantry, The Quinn House, Blankets of Love and the Good Samaritan.
People and Members
Frank Lewis - An Inspiration
Why the AJC Peachtree Road Race means so much to this Moravian seasoned and senior runner.
In light of the challenges Frank faced he almost didn't run his usual annual road race. His wife died six days before this event but through his grief and pain and in in strong faith, he puts his game together one foot in front of the other and finish the race. He is an inspiration for us all. This video tells the story.
Granny's Attic needs your stuff. Look deep in the closets for discards that will be someone else's treasure.
Moravian Daily Text
The 2019 Moravian Daily Texts!
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Monday, June 24 — Psalm 78:40–55
Isaiah 4:2–5:30; Galatians 4:1–16
Shall we receive the good at the hand of God, and not receive the bad? Job 2:10
Jesus prayed, “Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me; yet, not my will but yours be done.” Luke 22:42
By your example, Redeemer, show us, during times of our persecution and trials, how to accept God’s will and purpose in our lives. Assist us to remember that all things will work for good to those who put their trust in you. Give us the grace to say at all times, “Your will be done!” Amen.