Welcome to the Home Moravian Church website!

Home Moravian, established in 1771, is located in Winston-Salem, N.C., in the historic district of Old Salem, a restored 1766 Moravian settlement. We are an active Christian congregation, and we invite you to join with us for worship, fellowship, outreach, educational activities, and any of our ministries. 

The theme of our 2014 Gifts Commitment campaign is Love. Live. Serve. Some members share their gifts by helping with with H.O.P.E. (Helping Our People Eat). Home Church packs 100 lunches for hungry children on the fourth Sunday of each month.

Sunday morning worship begins at 10 a.m. The service is broadcast live on the internet, and on WSJS, AM 600, or wsjs.com. A coffee fellowship immediately follows the service. Sunday school begins at 11:15 and concludes by noon.

Download the bulletin for Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Directions to Home Moravian Church

News & Announcements

Sunday School for Fall 2014

A full lineup of opportunities for children and adults. Sunday School is held from 11:15 to noon, following 10 a.m. worship and coffee fellowship.

Crop Walk is October 19

Get information or sign up immediately following service on Sept. 14 and 21 and Oct.12

Men of the Church Fall Retreat

Led by Dr. Neal Walls of WFU School of Divinity, theme is “Praying the Psalms through the Seasons of Our Lives”

Thinking of joining Home Moravian?

Inquirers classes will be held each Sunday in September for those interested in learning more about Home Church

Upcoming Events

Click an event for more information.

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Thought for the Week

Click to watch an excerpt from Sunday's sermon. Visit the Sermon Archive to watch this and other recent full sermons.

Music@Home 2014-15


Concerts throughout the year, beginning on Sunday Sept. 21 at 3:00 pm with "Bach, Brubeck and Beyond" in the Saal. See the full line-up.

Food for Sunnyside


Please donate food staples to the Moravian Church's Sunnyside Ministry, which provides short-term emergency assistance to families in crisis. More about Sunnyside.