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Moravian

1. of or relating to Moravia, its people, or their dialect of Czech
2. of or relating to the Moravian Church
3. the Moravian dialect
4. a native or inhabitant of Moravia
5. a member of the Moravian Church
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For many years thereafter, the Moravians struggled with a continuing exodus of Inuit southward.
He argues that neither German Moravians nor French Catholics "played the part of providing Europeans with formative descriptions of the peoples of the Americas," so that in the early seventeenth century, when the Catholics and Moravians began to arrive in the American interior, these Christians were free to learn about the Natives' cultures rather than imposing a European will upon them (p.
More than 200 years ago; Moravians seeking a belier life in the "New West" made the long journey to the Colonies of North America, settling in North Carolina, these new immigrants brought with them their rich cultural traditions, as well as old World recipes.
I now wish to turn to a report written by Reverend Septimus Lloyd Chase, an Anglican minister of St Paul's church in Melbourne, who was a contemporary of the Moravians at Lake Boga.
Dr Podmore, an Anglican, was himself involved in the conversations that led to the Fetter Lane Agreement, their resident expert on the early history of the Moravians in England.
The event was not really a Moravian episode, though some perceived it that way, and Moravians came to have a significant role in it.
He allowed the Moravians to establish a village, Herrnhut, near his castle at Berthelsdorf.
By 1838, there were about 50,000 Jamaicans in the three chief mission chapels (18,720 Baptists, 16,590 Methodists, and 9,900 Moravians), as well as small groups of Presbyterians and Anglicans, and followers of the London Missionary Society.
This essay seeks to answer some of these questions and to do so by describing the efforts of the Basel Missionary Society to recruit black West Indian Moravians in the 1840s to engage in mission work in Ghana (then the Gold Coast).
Moravians in North America will host the Third International Brass Festival of the Worldwide Moravian Unity in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 19-22 July 2018, a long weekend of music and fellowship that connects brass instrument players through musical collaboration, builds friendships and community.
Inuit musicians also took equal delight and showed a great interest in the European instruments that the Moravians introduced.
He was astonished to find that the Unitas Fratrum was "a fully established church antedating Lutheranism itself." He rushed back to Herrnhut to share his discovery, and at a powerful Communion service, the Moravians at Herrnhut vowed to restore the older church with Zinzendorf.