Moravian Church in North America

In Essentials, Unity; In Nonessentials, Liberty; In All Things, Love.

Moravian Church in North America
North: Bethlehem, Pa.
South: Winston-Salem, N.C.

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The history of the Moravian Church is full of remarkable women who led the way for thousands of people towards faith. Zinzendorf’s wife, Erdmuthe, oversaw the fiscal health of the 18th century German congregation. His second wife, Anna Nitschmann, was crucial for the founding of the Moravian Church in North America. Eva and Martha Spangenberg, each respectively worked alongside their husband throughout his ministry. Attend this event and learn how Moravian women have inspired and guided generations!

Event Leadership:

Katherine M. Faull, Ph.D.
Presidential Professor of German and Humanities (2017-2020), Bucknell University
Visiting Scholar, The Center for Moravian Studies, Moravian Seminary (Spring 2017)
Life Member, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge

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Download the 2017 Fall Comenius Learning Series publicity resources at the link below. It is a .ZIP file–included in it is everything you need to promote this event to your church! There are bulletin inserts, social media graphics, logos, and more. If you have questions, email Andrew@MoravianBCM.org

If you prefer just the bulletin and flier PDF/JPG files, those are linked separately below as well.

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What can Moravian women in our history teach us about being the church today? Find out: PlanetReg.com/LeadingTheWay

 

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Moravian Daily Texts

11/22/2017

Wednesday, November 22 — Psalm 131
Daniel 9:1–10:7; Jude 1:11–25

O save your people, and bless your heritage; be their shepherd, and carry them forever. Psalm 28:9

Jesus says, “I have other sheep that do not belong to this fold. I must bring them also, and they will listen to my voice. So there will be one flock, one shepherd.” John 10:16

Good Shepherd, so often as a church we look to those outside our own community as “other.” May we let go of our pride and work together with all people so we will be one flock under your leadership. Amen.

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