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Fifty-four congregations and ten 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.

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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.

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

Dan Springs
First Church (Greensboro)
Leaksville
Mayodan
Moravia
Come and Worship

Florida Springs
First Church (Georgia)
King of Kings
New Hope (Florida)
Palm Beach
Prince of Peace
Rolling Hills
Margate Fellowship
New Covenant Fellowship
Nueva Esperanza Fellowship
Suriname Fellowship
Rayaka Ingnika Fellowship
Tampa Fellowship

Mount Ararat
Crooked Oak
Grace
Mt. Bethel
Willow Hill
Mountain Laurel Fellowship

North Branch
Bethania
King
Olivet
Rural Hall
Mizpah

Petersbrook
Ardmore
Calvary
Christ
Fries Memorial

Pilot Mountain
Bethabara
Fairview
Fulp
Oak Grove
Providence

Salem Creek
Home
Messiah
St. Phillips
Trinity
Anthony’s Plot

Salisbury Road
Friedberg
Little Church on the Lane (Charlotte)
New Beginnings (Huntersville)
Peace (Charlotte)
Palmetto Fellowship (Spartanburg)

South Branch
Advent
Hope
Hopewell
Konnoak Hills
Community Fellowship

South Wachovia
Enterprise
Friedland
Immanuel-New Eden
Pine Chapel
Union Cross

Sunrise
Christ the King (Durham)
Covenant (Wilmington)
Kernersville
Raleigh

Yadkin View
Clemmons
Macedonia
New Hope (NC)
New Philadelphia
Unity

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