In Essentials, Unity; In Nonessentials, Liberty; In All Things, Love.
The Moravian Church
The Moravian Church is a church where people matter and where love and compassion flow freely from God through people. Click to learn more…Read More
March 1, 1457 is celebrated as the founding of the The Moravian Church, or Unitas Fratrum (Unity of Brethren). What began in the village of Kunwald in Bohemia has grown to a worldwide church with a rich history of faith.Read More
Over its 500-plus year history, the Moravian Church has developed unique, deeply-held traditions. Many of these customs arose from expressions of faith and worship of early Moravians; they continue to have significance in how Moravians live into their love of Christ.Read More
The Moravian Daily Texts
For more than 280 years, the Moravian Daily Texts have offered “a daily message from God that is new every morning.” The oldest daily devotional of its kind in the world is updated every year and features inspirational prayers written by Moravian clergy and church members.Read More
In 2012, the Northern and Southern Provinces approved The Guiding Principles of Biblical Interpretation to help guide clergy, lay members and agencies of the Church in North America.Read More
Moravian Music In America
The Rev. Dr. Nola Reed Knouse, director of the Moravian Music Foundation, shares her thoughts on the Foundation’s efforts to keep American Moravian music alive and well.Read More
Unity in a diverse world
The worldwide Unitas Fratrum (Moravian Church) includes members from Africa, Europe, and North and Central America. The Rev. Dr. Jørgen Bøytler addressed the challenges of maintaining the Unitas Fratrum in a diverse world at the 2014 Walter Vivian Moses Lecture.Read More
Moravian Daily Texts
August 4, 2015
Tuesday, August 4 — Psalm 92:1–8
Have you not known? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable. Isaiah 40:28
To the only wise God be glory forever through Jesus Christ! Romans 16:27 (NIV)
Who are you God? How can we know you? Your ways and your understanding are not like our own, yet you call us to pray, to worship, to serve. Help us to trust in your wisdom. May your grace, known to us in our Lord Jesus Christ, be sufficient. Amen.
In this issue: Moravians in Nepal; Zeisberger and Schoenbrunn; Moravian Leadership Network; "A Storm in the Land;" Jan Hus; and more!.
Moravian Church Commemorates Historic Reformer Jan HusJuly 3, 2015
Preorder the 2016 Moravian Daily TextsJuly 1, 2015
Prayers of hope for victims of violenceJune 22, 2015
Country’s oldest bookshop to open a second locationJune 12, 2015
Moravian Leadership Network: Strengthening the ranks of Moravian leadersJune 12, 2015
“A Storm in the Land”: Southern Moravians in the Civil WarJune 12, 2015
Who Is Jan Hus to today’s Czechs?June 12, 2015
Experiencing a growing faith in PeruMay 28, 2015
North Dakota Moravians honor a returning soldier with a special serviceMay 20, 2015
Prayers for Middle East PeaceMay 20, 2015
Sunday School Class shows it’s “all about deeds” with work at Overflow ShelterMay 20, 2015
Thinking about summer at Laurel RidgeMay 18, 2015
Camp Hope readies busy season of fun and faithMay 17, 2015
John Hus and the Moravian ChurchMarch 10, 2015
BCM resource highlights what it means to be “Simply Moravian”February 5, 2015
In Essentials, Unity: Understanding the essential thingsJanuary 28, 2014
August 16, 2015
Moravian Children's Festival, Bethania Moravian Church, Bethania, N.C.
August 27-30, 2015
Interprovincial Bishop's Conference, Mt. Morris, Wautoma, Wis.
September 4-7, 2015
FIT Young Adult Mission Retreat, Laurel Ridge, Laurel Sprins, N.C.
April 28-May 1, 2016
Western District Synod, Mt. Morris, Wautoma, Wis.
June 22-25, 2016
Eastern District Synod, Bethlehem, Pa.
The Lamb is a favored symbol of the Moravian Church. Now little Moravians can add a fuzzy representation of the Lamb who conquered to their stuffed animal collections!