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Moravian Church Square

Lititz, PA
+1 717-626-8515
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An Old Centerpiece

I enjoy visit church sites. Although it does not compare with the site in Bethlehem... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Washington DC, District of Columbia
World wide church in started this small Town, Lititz

We started with a short tour at the Archive Museum, Church and Gift Shop. Interesting stories as... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2017
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania
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The center for Moravian life and culture in Lititz, the square holds the Brother and Sister Houses (men and women were separated in the congregation) as well as the original church, erected in 1787.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I enjoy visit church sites. Although it does not compare with the site in Bethlehem (PA), it is still a nice place to visit.

Thank JohnBCowgill
Reviewed 14 May 2017

We started with a short tour at the Archive Museum, Church and Gift Shop. Interesting stories as well as archives that made this an interesting tour. Men and woman sat separately in church; but had ways to know if women were married by the color...More

Thank Kare2Bme
Reviewed 2 February 2017

The town of Lititz was founded by the Moravians. Its entire history begins at Moravian Square. From the beautiful white church to the cemetery that dates back over two centuries. If you're luck, you'll hear the trombone choir, or get some yummy monkey bread! The...More

Thank res1967
Reviewed 5 January 2017

If you walk Main Street Lititz, it is hard to miss the Moravian Church Square. The square is open to the public, and you can pre-arrange tours of the church buildings and grounds, including the cemetery, Moravian store and gift shop, and burial building. They...More

Thank Kathy P
Reviewed 16 October 2016

I was not aware until this visit to Lancaster how significant the Moravians were to this area. Apparently at one time only Moravians could live in Lititz.

1  Thank Hugh B
Reviewed 13 October 2016

Having learned about the history of the Moravian community and about the various buildings that are part of the church complex, looking in at them --and going into the church-- was very interesting. It is an idyllic spot that is still being used, cared for...More

Thank SLRS5
Reviewed 20 August 2016

Not only a simple and lovely church, the surrounding grounds are worth a walk around. There are informative signs and nice pathways. Navigate to the Historical Foundation for wonderful information on these buildings and the history of the community.

1  Thank gwenrich8
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

This was the title of a brochure I picked up in the Moravian Mission Gift Shop. I had never heard of the Moravian Church and was amazed to learn it had been in existence since 1457! The Church Square is beautiful and the Archives and...More

4  Thank judi262
Reviewed 18 July 2016

The Moravian Church is the reason that Lititz exists as it does. Look it up! My great grandfather assisted in the building of the Sunday School building and a grand piece of furniture is dedicated to him. This complex is absolutely breathtaking and is so...More

3  Thank mgroff912
Reviewed 28 April 2016

The Moravia Church dates back to the dawn of Lititz. The local Founding Fathers were all Moravians. The architecture of the old church is quite lovely. If you love history and the quaint feel of a small town you should visit.

Thank Jeff C C
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