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Who Are Moravians?

The Morvian Church is one of the oldest Protestant denominations dating back to 1457. It was founded of followers of John Hus. In 1735 Moravians came to America where they helped establish Protestant churches throughout the developing colonies. It continues as a worldwide fellowship.
The emphasis of the church is on devotion to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, the fellowship of Christian believers, and the community of all people. While holding to the great principles and affirmations of faith common to all Protestant churches, it interprets Christianity as a way of life centered on Christ and His teachings.
Those who feel at home worshiping in the “mainstream” Protestant churches (Lutheran, Presbyterian, Methodist, etc.) will feel at home in the worship of the Moravian Church. An early motto of the denomination is followed to this day: “In essential, unity: in non-essentials, liberty, but in all things, love.”
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