Catasauqua Press

Monday, November 20, 2017
PRESS PHOTOs BY APRIL PETERSONThe Emmaus Commemorative Gardens Foundation hosted an inaugural ceremony for the church walkway at the Remembrance Garden at Knauss Homestead Oct. 15. The program included performances of hymns by the Emmaus Moravian Church Brass Choir and remarks by church leaders. ABOVE: The Rt. Rev. J. Christian Giesler, pastor of Emmaus Moravian Church, left, joins Al Giles, PRESS PHOTOs BY APRIL PETERSONThe Emmaus Commemorative Gardens Foundation hosted an inaugural ceremony for the church walkway at the Remembrance Garden at Knauss Homestead Oct. 15. The program included performances of hymns by the Emmaus Moravian Church Brass Choir and remarks by church leaders. ABOVE: The Rt. Rev. J. Christian Giesler, pastor of Emmaus Moravian Church, left, joins Al Giles,
Members of the Emmaus Moravian Church Brass Choir perform hymns during the ceremony. The ensemble was originally founded in 1820. Members of the Moravian congregation are among the first European settlers of what would become the Borough of Emmaus. “Churches are still central” in the Emmaus community, Rev. David K. Schlonecker said. Members of the Emmaus Moravian Church Brass Choir perform hymns during the ceremony. The ensemble was originally founded in 1820. Members of the Moravian congregation are among the first European settlers of what would become the Borough of Emmaus. “Churches are still central” in the Emmaus community, Rev. David K. Schlonecker said.

REMEMBRANCE GARDEN AT KNAUSS HOMESTEAD

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