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
May 26, 2015
Tuesday, May 26 — Psalm 69:1–12
See, the Lord’s hand is not too short to save, nor his ear too dull to hear. Rather, your iniquities have been barriers between you and your God. Isaiah 59:1–2
Just as you once presented your members as slaves to impurity and to greater and greater iniquity, so now present your members as slaves to righteousness for sanctification. Romans 6:19
Sovereign Lord, the world is shrouded in darkness. Many schools and homes do not pray anymore. We are dependent on material things instead of spiritual things, and we forget that you are our Creator and Sustainer. Forgive us and plant your peace in our hearts. Amen.
In this issue: Minnesota Moravians, building in Alaska, Unity Committee on Theology, plus the Board of World Mission 2014 Annual Report and more!
Moravian Disaster Response: Earthquake in NepalApril 30, 2015
Addressing the need for trained leaders in AlaskaApril 14, 2015
Minnesota Moravians making a difference in the Twin CitiesApril 14, 2015
Excitement builds for June’s International Moravian Women’s ConferenceApril 14, 2015
Unity Committee on Theology meets to study church and doctrineApril 14, 2015
John Hus and the Moravian ChurchMarch 10, 2015
Christ’s Community Church heeds God’s call to feed local childrenMarch 10, 2015
BCM resource highlights what it means to be “Simply Moravian”February 5, 2015
In Essentials, Unity: Understanding the essential thingsJanuary 28, 2014
June 25-28, 2015
12th Moravian Women's Conference, North East, Maryland
July 19, 2015
John Hus Commemoration Service, Winston-Salem, N.C,
July 23-25, 2015
Eastern District Conference, Bethlehem, Pa.
August 27-30, 2015
Interprovincial Bishop's Conference, Mt. Morris, Wautoma, Wis.
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!