Moravian Church

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November 13, 2002

In its fifth meeting in the triennium, the Moravian-Episcopal dialogue continued its discussion on how the three-fold ministry of bishops, presbyters and deacons functions in each church. The Moravian Church, part of the worldwide community known as the Unitas Fratrum (Unity of the Brethren),...

June 25, 2002

The Episcopal Church's five-year dialogue with the Moravian Church in America has taken several significant steps forward in recent months, including approval of sharing the Eucharist.

At an April meeting in Sewanee, Tennessee, the churches discussed a draft resolution on Interim...

June 25, 2002

The Episcopal Church's five-year dialogue with the Moravian Church in America has taken several significant steps forward in recent months, including approval of sharing the Eucharist.

At an April meeting in Sewanee, Tennessee, the churches discussed a draft resolution on Interim...

February 18, 2000

Two parallel histories converged in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on January 27, when the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and Moravian Church in America celebrated their new agreement, "Following Our Shepherd to Full Communion."

After six years of dialogue and study, two...

October 26, 1998

One of the world's oldest Protestant traditions has elected its first woman bishop. Kay Ward, described her election as bishop a "spiritual act" rather than a "political act," adding: "We need to celebrate and celebrating with us is the long parade of foremothers who have served the church so...

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