Employment Opportunities

Office & Communications Manager

Unity Moravian Church

Position Overview: Performs clerical duties and general office functions related to the administrative activities of Unity Moravian Church.

Principal Accountabilities:

Fields telephone calls and serves as first contact for visitors.

Composes, prepares, proofreads and distributes church correspondence for the Pastor, other staff members that are engaged in church business.

Composes and prepares routine letters and memoranda.

Maintains office files and records in accordance with office procedures.

Updates member information.

Prepares church bulletin and distributes.

Secures flowers for the sanctuary.

Manages church website and other digital platforms.

Assists the Pastor with the preparation of a yearly report to the Moravian church.

Orders and stores Sunday school and church office supplies.

Distributes incoming mail to appropriate staff members. Makes outgoing postal runs.

Prepares and maintains month church usage calendar and distributes as appropriate

Distributes and tabulates time and talent sheets, stewardship cards.

Other Duties:

Updates Power Church software with membership and distributes church directory periodically. Collects obits for reporting deaths within the congregations.

Assists with Zoom hosting activities and other technological assistance to the Technology Committee.

Other Skills and Capabilities:

The ideal candidate should have:

Computer systems, technology and demonstrated experience in web literacy, social media skills and MS Office. Web page development knowledge or willingness to learn platforms.

Excellent writing skills.

Word Press or other web platform experience. Experience in church communication channels and be knowledgeable about available resources.

Good people skills and the ability to interact collaboratively with other people

Organizational skills

Administrative experience is preferred.

Other Information: 

Job Type: Salaried position requiring 20 hours per week

Salary and Benefits: $15,600 annually

Hours: 9:00-2:00 M-Thurs, Friday flexible

Vacation: Eight shifts per year

Work Location: Unity Moravian Church, 8300 Concord Church Rd. Lewisville, NC.

Start Date: No later than January 1, 2022

Prerequisites: Compliance with Drug-free Workplace, acceptable previous employment, references, and acceptable criminal background checks. 

Interview Requirements: Resume, two professional references. Interviews may be held in person or by video conference. 

Send cover letter, resume and references to: pastorscott@unitymoravianchurch.org and include “Office and Communications Manager” in the subject line. This position works with the pastor and reports directly to the church board. This position will have a 16 week-review period ending with a performance evaluation. 

COVID-19 Precautions: The COVID-19 pandemic has presented changes and challenges in our worship experiences. We presently hold indoor weekly worship services following ever-evolving guidelines for safe gathering. Our service is also live streamed via Facebook and YouTube each week. 

We are an equal opportunity employer. Anyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, gender, economic background, etc. may apply. 

About Unity Moravian Church:

Unity Moravian Church is a dynamic, active 150-member intergenerational congregation rooted in God’s call to grow spiritually, build community, and reach out in mission and service. We gather Sundays for shared worship featuring inspiring and challenging messages, creative prayer and liturgy, and a blend of traditional and modern music featuring our many talented musicians. We gather for fellowship, mutual encouragement, and connection with each other through a variety of small groups and events. We also reach out in love and service to the larger community. We prioritize life, health, and love of each other and our neighbor and are currently working to create a vibrant, hybrid ministry that includes those of us gathering onsite and those who join us online. For more information, visit Unity Moravian Church.org. 

About Moravians:

The Moravian Church in America, part of a worldwide Protestant denomination serving Christ since 1457, continues a long-standing heritage of Christian faith, mission outreach, service to the community and the world, ecumenical cooperation, and rich musical worship. The Moravian Church is Christ-centered, emphasizing community, the person and teachings of Jesus, and simplicity in doctrine and lifestyle. Our relationship with Jesus Christ provides the basis for our relationship with each other and inspires us to serve. We also look to the leading of the Holy Spirit to guide our daily lives. The Moravian Church’s official motto is “Our Lamb has conquered. Let us follow Him.” In addition, Moravians are guided by these words: “In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; and in all things, love.” Today’s Moravian Church strives to live the “essentials” of a Christian life: God creates, God redeems, and God sustains. We respond to God’s actions with faith, love and hope. The Moravian Church recognizes the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. Moravians also share The Daily Texts, a devotional published since 1731 around the globe. For more information, visit Moravian.org. 

About Lewisville, North Carolina:

Unity Moravian Church is located in Lewisville, a suburb of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with a population of nearly 14,000. Lewisville is in Forsyth County, one of the best places to live in North Carolina. Living in Lewisville offers residents a rural, small-town feel. Public schools in Lewisville are highly rated. Shallowford Square is the setting for many of the town’s family-oriented activities and helps foster a real sense of community. From its first days as a community, where rugged pioneers loaded Nissen wagons with provisions preparing to cross the Shallow Ford as they embarked on a great adventure westward, Lewisville has embodied a sense of community, a spirit of independence, and a determination to guide its own future. For more information, visit LewisvilleNC.net.

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2021 Worship and Newsletters

2020 Orders of Worship

  • Sunday, December 20 – Fourth Sunday in Advent (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, December 13 – Third Sunday in Advent (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, December 6 – Second Sunday in Advent (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, November 29 – First Sunday in Advent (Advent Holy Communion Liturgy) | (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, November 22 – Christ the King Sunday (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, November 15 – Twenty Fourth Sunday after Pentecost | Celebration of 40 years of Ministry |  Christ as Chief Elder Communion (Lovefeast OdeCommunion Bulletin)
  • Sunday, November 8 – Twenty Third Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, November 1 – Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost | All Saints Day (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, October 25 – Twenty First Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
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  • Sunday, October 4 – Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin) | Worldwide Communion Sunday (Order of Worship)
  • Sunday, September 27 – Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, September 20 – Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, September 13 – Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost | Parking Lot Worship Concert (Bulletin)
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  • Sunday, August 30 – Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, August 23 – Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, August 16  – Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, August 9 – Tenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin) (Communion Bulletin)
  • Sunday, August 2 – Ninth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, July 26 – Eighth Sunday after Pentecost; Children’s Celebration (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, July 19 – Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, July 12 – Sixth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, July 5 – Fifth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin) (Communion Bulletin)
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  • Sunday, June 14 – Second Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, June 7 – Trinity Sunday (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, May 31 – Pentecost (Worship Bulletin | Communion Bulletin)
  • Sunday, May 24 – Seventh Sunday of Easter (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, May 17 – Sixth Sunday of Easter (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, May 10 – Fifth Sunday of Easter (Bulletin)
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  • Sunday, April 26 – Third Sunday of Easter (Bulletin)
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  • Sunday, April 12 – Easter (Bulletin)
  • Sunday, April 5 – Palm Sunday! (Read)
  • Sunday, March 29 – (READ)
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  • Sunday, January 25 – 3rd Sunday after Epiphany (Read)
  • Sunday, January 19 – 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany (Read)
  • Sunday, January 12 – First Sunday after the Epiphany (Read)
  • Sunday, January 5 -Epiphany Sunday (Read)

2020 Newsletters