Moravian Center of Lancaster: Lancaster Moravian Church

In all things, love.

 
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BEING THE HANDS AND FEET OF CHRIST.

Serving the Lord as we engage our community.

At the Moravian Center of Lancaster we are all about living a simple life of faith in action through the building of relationships – that is, loving relationships with God in Christ and with our neighbors – people like you.  We strive to live our motto: In Essentials – Unity; in nonessentials – Liberty; and in All Things – Love.

 

COME VISIT

We'd love to meet you!  Come as you are; all are welcome!  Ven tal como eres, todos son bienvenidos!

Do everything in love.
— 1 Corinthians 16:14
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Who we are

We are... a church where people matter and where Love and compassion flow freely from God through people.

We are... a warm, friendly, accepting place, in which to grow your relationship with God and people.

We are... a down to earth approach to faith and life that seeks to emphasize Christian faith, hope and Love, and de-emphasize doctrines and creeds.

We are... a living witness to our motto " In essentials unity; in non-essentials liberty; and in all things, Love."

We are... a Christ-centered church with an active congregational fellowship and service.

We are... a regular Protestant denomination that has been serving Christ since 1457.

We are... a worldwide church with a richly diverse group of members.

Watch a typical Sunday - and learn more:

We are excited to be able to be a light to our neighbors and community, and to embrace our city.
— Pastor Mandy
 

SERVICE AND COMMUNITY

We believe that being the hands of feet of Christ to those around us is essential to living out the faith we believe, and we are always looking for new ways to live into this.

 

CONNECTING WITH COMMUNITY


Moravians

A rich history

The history of the Moravian Church dates back to 1457, with Jan Hus in the Czech Republic, and experiencing a new beginning in the 1722 when a group of refugees found themselves on the property of Count Zinezendorf in Herrnhut, Germany.

The history of the Lancaster Moravian Church dates back to 1746, when the congregation first opened its doors on West Orange Street, just blocks from our current location.