a Protestant Church originating in Moravia in 1722 as a revival of the sect of Bohemian Brethren. It has close links with the Lutheran Church
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How to use Moravian Church in a sentence
For good or for evil, England was growing democratic; and, therefore, the Moravian Church should have been democratic too.
(j) To settle everything concerning the interests of the Moravian Church as a whole.
It marks the beginning of a new and brighter era in the history of the Moravian Church in England.
At that moment Zinzendorf was calmly attempting to destroy the Moravian Church.
For the second time, therefore, the Count was trying to destroy the Moravian Church.