Fulfilling Christ's call to love God, live in community, and serve our neighbor

Worship, gather with us online

Sunday Worship: live stream begins at 9:45, service at 10:00

Although our in-person worship is currently suspended, please join our livestream congregation, or listen on the radio  – AM 600 (W-S), FM 101.5 (W-S, High Point) and FM 104.5 (Burlington). Worship services, including the Easter Sunrise Service, and more videos are archived on YouTube.

Please visit our Facebook page, and share your comments with our "Facebook Congregation," prior to and during Sunday Worship live-streams. 

New Wednesday Night Programming begins this week. See the fall schedule, plus new Sunday School classes. (Zoom info below)

We invite you to join the Home Moravian Church community for other weekly Zoom activities including:

  • Prayers for the Day – Tuesday at 8:00 a.m.
  • Prayers for the Night – Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 746 033 5693
Passcode: 34568983
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You'll find more videos on our YouTube channel.

Sermon podcasts are available on Spotify, Google Play, Apple Podcasts and other platforms. Search for “Home Moravian Church”.

To stay up to date on all church activities, sign up for our emails at home1771@homemoravian.org.


Music@Home Virtual Concert

Now archived on YouTube: Britten's "Abraham & Isaac" canticle, performed by Veronica Siebert, alto, Glenn Siebert, tenor, and Susan Keck Foster, piano

The latest from Home...

If you missed the July 4th Service, you can still watch it on YouTube. Learn about how Salem Moravians created a "first" that the rest of the nation went on to adopt.

Home Moravian is...

A service-oriented Christian congregation whose mission is: "Fulfilling Christ's call to love God, live in community, and serve our neighbor." Our vision is "a church engaged, a community healed, a world transformed."

We invite you to join with us for worship, fellowship, outreach, educational activities and any of our ministries. Established in 1771, our church is located in Winston-Salem, N.C., in the historic district of Old Salem, a restored 1766 Moravian settlement.

For Children

Sunday, September 13, 2020, Sister Margaret visually retells Matthew 5:1-2 and discusses the importance of the gifts God gives us.

Staying together while apart

Taking care of one another

Supporting Home Church: a gift of community

Pledge or other giving, online or by mail

Take a Virtual Tour

Normally from March through November, we invite visitors into the church to hear all about the church's history, its physical features and its modern day mission of service. Although the church buildings are closed due to current health concerns, we invite you to learn more about Home Church through this website and the videos found on this page.