Moravian Church

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Moravian Church

n
(Protestantism) 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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His fear lest Miss Brooke should have run away to join the Moravian Brethren, or some preposterous sect unknown to good society, was a little allayed by the knowledge that Mrs.
Tilla Maasberg was born on March 9, 1902, and grew up in Gnadenfrei, a Moravian Brethren community in Silesia.
Lititz was one of three main settlements of Moravian Brethren in the eighteenth century, and was voted "America's Coolest Small Town" in 2013.
There is no indication in the report of the three Moravian brethren who purchased the land and set the border stones that they "gave it a bad reputation" as alleged by Haven.
His work is especially thoughtful in its assessment of conflicts between the state monopoly Trading Company and the Moravian Brethren mission, as well as competition between the Danish Lutheran mission and the Moravian Brethren.
For example, one Lodewick Bamper (sic), who advertised flutes in New York in 1762-63, was a brother of the silversmith Abraham Boemper, a member and agent of the Moravian Brethren in New York and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, who supplied fiddle strings to that religious community.
Papers describe performers, repertoire, and instruments; trombone ensembles of the Moravian Brethren in America; Schubert's ideas about the cornett; Adolphe Sax and the Paris Opera; editions and publishers; performance techniques; acoustics; and brass playing before globalization.
Serving as a boarding school by the Moravian Brethren in the 19th century, it was purchased by the canton of Vaud in 1873 and housed administrative offices for the next century.
During his presidential term be signed three extensions of the law designating lands "for the sole use of Christian Indians and the Moravian Brethren missionaries for civilizing the Indians and promoting Christianity.
Donicie the conventions he established were used by all writers from the Moravian Brethren at: least until 1816, and: in practice possibly until 1824.
Some even formed new congregations for the benefit of these members in places where they had had no congregation before - the Moravian Brethren in the Netherlands, for instance.
His father was friendly with the Moravian Brethren who lived in the nearby town of Zeist and had regular contacts with them through his business.