Friedland Moravian Church Band

Friedland is blessed to have two handbell choirs, one for youth and one for adults. In recent years, each handbell choir has had participation in national and international music festivals, and they have presented an annual concert for the congregation and community. If an individual has an interest in joining this dedicated group of musicians, he/she should contact the church office. Rehearsal for the youth handbell choir is on Sunday afternoons at 4 pm; adult rehearsal is on Sunday evening at 7:30 pm.


Friedland Moravian Daycare first opened in the fall of 1989 as a full daycare center for children from 6 weeks to 12 years old. The daycare center is on the northeast side of the church at ground level. There are four age-based playgrounds, a ball field, nature trail, pavilion, and lots of open, shaded areas for outdoor activities.

Center hours are from 6:30 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday. Before- and after-school programs and a full-day summer camp program are available for elementary children attending school in Forsyth Zone One. Teachers at the preschool have their N.C. Credential for Preschool Teachers and have successfully completed training in CPR and First Aid.

Classes have low student-to-teacher ratios to provide more individual time for each child. The preschool curriculum is based on the Wonder-filled Weekdays lesson plans for Christian preschools with each week having a main theme broken down into daily emphasis.

Friedland Moravian Church Daycare

If you would like to consider our center for your child’s care, please contact Friedland Moravian Daycare by phone at 336.788.8433.

Sunday School

Sunday School is available to everyone of every age. Classes for children give them basic Biblical principles, frequent craft opportunities, and musical offerings. Classes for youth are grouped by age. Adult classes are offered in lecture and/or discussion format. Nursery is available. Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m.


Friedland Moravian Church strives to provide care for babies and toddlers for every worship service and many weekly activities held at the church. The infant nursery (+/- 2 years of age) is located at the entrance to the sanctuary and the toddler nursery is located on the first floor between the sanctuary and the Fellowship Hall.


Youth Fellowship opportunities are available to all young people. Throughout the school year, youth meet on Sunday evenings for a light meal, followed by group studies and activities. Children are grouped by age. The calendar traditionally includes a kick-off celebration in the fall, Trunk-or-Treat at the end of October, a Youth Lovefeast in February, and a talent show in the spring.

In addition to Sunday evenings, elementary-aged children are invited to participate in Wonderful Wednesdays (summer), Vacation Bible School (summer), and an Angel Breakfast (December). Junior and Senior High youth often have service projects and additional fellowship opportunities throughout the year.

Youth Missions

Friedland’s youth are mission-minded. For a concentrated week each summer, a group of young people travel to the mountains of North Carolina to assist with a wide variety of projects among some of the residents of Alleghany and Ashe counties. In the summer of 2013, a group of youth traveled to Costa Rica to assist with a Moravian music school there. Several of our youth and college-aged students have assisted with Hurricane Sandy clean-up in Staten Island, NY, and many of our folks are involved with Monthly Missions Ministry (M3) who serve various mission needs within our community.

Many of our youth are self-motivated and assist with Anthony’s Plot, Sunnyside Ministries, and other local mission initiatives.

Senior Friends

Senior Friends is an organization of Friedland’s most experienced and wisest members! Our energetic seniors take day trips (Chatlee Springs, Goat Cheese Farm, Cody Springs, and Laurel Ridge, to name a few) and enjoy the fellowship and support of one another.

Mission Committee

The Mission Committee of Friedland Moravian Church meets monthly with efforts to support outreach ministry and missions. With prayerful, physical, and financial resources, the committee organizes mission opportunities for our church members and generates awareness for various mission causes our congregation and her members support.

Women's Fellowship

The purpose of the Women’s Fellowship promotes Christian fellowship among its members and to aid in the spiritual, social, and financial work of the church at home and throughout the world. All women and girls of the congregation, Sunday School, and community who wish to be associated with the work of Friedland are eligible to become members.

Presently, we offer two circles, one meets in the morning and the other in the evening on the first Tuesday of every month, except July. Throughout the year, we enjoy dinners together, lead bible study, participate in various fundraising, trim candles for our Christmas Lovefeast, visit the sick and shut-in of our congregation, support missions, locally and abroad, and many other ministries.

Men's Fellowship

The Men’s Fellowship is a Christian organization of the men of the Friedland Congregation. Our essential ministry is to follow Christ’s admonition to “strengthen your brothers” (Luke 22:24-34) as ones who serve in Christ’s service.

We desire to “encourage one another and build each other up” (1 Thessalonians 5:11) through activities of fellowship and worship while providing challenging opportunities for service to the congregation and community. We promote and provide breakfast and program (for all members and guests) on the third Sunday of odd-numbered months, as well as a fish fry for the congregation and community in October.

Parish Nurses

The Parish Nurses formed about ten years ago with the anticipation of educating the congregation and assisting with their medical needs.

This group of volunteers is available for members transitioning from surgery or have specific needs that require some medical assistance. The Parish Nurses hold monthly blood pressure screenings and have been able to secure some helpful medical equipment and supplies for the church.

Hearts and Hands

Hearts and Hands is an organization within the Friedland Community that offers support for individuals and their families that suffer from rare and/or undiagnosed illnesses. Meeting occasionally, the group strives to offer emotional, spiritual, and educational support to one and other.