American Provinces of The Moravian Church

American Provinces Of The Moravian Church

The Moravian Church in North America is part of the world wide Moravian Church Unity. It dates from the arrival of the first Moravian missionaries to the United States in 1735, from their Herrnhut settlement in present-day Saxony, Germany. They came to minister to the scattered German immigrants, to the native Americans and to enslaved Africans. They founded communities to serve as home bases for these missions. The missionary "messengers" were financially supported by the work of the "laborers" in these settlements.

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... The Moravian Church in America is in full communion with the United Methodist Church in full communion with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in full communion (Northern Province) and (Southern ... engaged in dialogue with a group of Reformed Churches Presbyterian Church (USA), United Church of Christ, and Reformed Church in America engaged in dialogue with Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)) a ... Historically the Moravian Church had a significant impact on John Wesley and the practices of the Methodist Church ...

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