May, 2009 – First congregational meeting held to discuss the future of Lancaster Moravian Church
2010-2013 – Research, Assessment, Inquiry & Development phase
April, 2013 – A series of forums to help Lancaster Moravian Church critically look at all aspects of church. During this time, the Joint Board unified as the leadership team.
November, 2012 – Think Tank group starts meeting to find creative ways to use facility.
March, 2013 – Adult Day Services mission concept presented.
April, 2013 – Adult Day Services adviser/consultant is hired to research and report on the need, requirements, and funding of an Adult Day Services program, during the next 3 months.
August, 2013 – Special Church Council affirmed the Adult Day Services program as the primary mission of Lancaster Moravian Church and approved search for a location for both Adult Day Services and the congregation. The search resulted in consideration of over 120 possible locations including renovating the current church building.
March, 2014 – Church Council votes to accept the bid for 1460 Eden Road building from Harvest Bible Church.
June, 2014 – Final settlement of Church sale. Search for new location continues.
July, 2014-June, 2015 – Worship services are conducted at Moravian Manor in Lititz.
August, 2014 – Congregation approves leasing of 227 N. Queen Street. Architect was hired.
February, 2015 – Director of Adult Day is hired.
March 2015 – Architect is hired for renovations.
April 2015 – Construction begins on the 2nd floor of 227 N. Queen Street.
July 1 2015 – Certificate of Occupancy granted from City of Lancaster.
August 17, 2015 – State Licensing approval from Department of Long Term Care.
September 18, 2015 – Moravian Center Adult Day becomes “Approved Vendor” for Lancaster County Office of Aging.
October 1, 2015 – First client enrolled.
November 6, 2015 – Grand Opening / Open House and Ribbon Cutting.
November 8, 2015 – Dedication of Lancaster Moravian Church and Adult Day during worship service.