Moravian Church in North America

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North: Bethlehem, Pa.
South: Winston-Salem, N.C.

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Regional Conferences of Churches
Members of one body. . .
working for a future with hope.

Fifty-six congregations and nine fellowships form the foundation of the Moravian Church, Southern Province.

Each of these belong to one of 12 Regional Conferences of Churches, a small cluster of congregations and fellowships that meet together to enable communication, build unity and expand community throughout the Province.

 Want a quick overview of RCCs and the Responsibilities of RCC members? Download this great FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)!

Synod created Regional Conferences of Churches (or RCCs) in 2010 in order to:

  • help congregations share their strengths and best practices with each other,
  • provide BCM with input about their needs,
  • to participate in shared ministries, and
  • to serve as a conduit for communication.
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RCCs

The following is a list of the 12 Regional Conferences of Churches and their member congregations.

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RCC Resources

The BCM developed this RCC Toolkit in response to questions and informational requests from RCC members. Here are a variety of resources that might be helpful to RCC leaders and representatives:

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about RCCs? Find your answers here or submit a question yourself. 

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Background

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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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