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Prayer: Open my eyes, Lord. I want to see your face. Open my eyes, Lord. Help me to see.
Open my ears, Lord. I want to hear your voice. Open my ears, Lord. Help me to hear.
Open my heart, Lord. I want to love like you. Open my heart, Lord. Help me to love.

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News & Updates

Moravians to hear 1804 Herbst anthem at Great Sabbath Lovefeast
For the second year those attending the Great Sabbath Lovefeast will hear a newly edited 19th-century anthem composed by Johannes Herbst during his tenure as Pastor of the Lititz Congregation. The Senior Choir will sing the anthem in English for the Great Sabbath Lovefeast at 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 19, in the Church Square sanctuary.

Moravian Trombone Choir Keeps Easter Tradition
Strains of the Easter chorale “Sleepers Wake” may be heard on the streets of Lititz at 4 a.m. on Easter morning as the Moravian brass ensemble, still called a Trombone Choir from its formation in the 18th century, plays on street corners and under lampposts to announce the Christian Day of Resurrection. The full Easter schedule can be viewed here.

Jamaica Mission group reports to Moravian Congregation
Thirteen members of a Jamaican mission trip report to the Lititz Moravian Congregation at both the 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services on Sunday, April 27, at the historic sanctuary on Church Square.

Lititz Project 2014
For the second time, Lititz Moravian has an opportunity to join forces with several other Lititz area churches with a local mission project that will help our neighbors in a time of need. The objective is helping local homeowners with projects that would be beyond their means. The feedback from last year was extremely positive, from both the homeowners and the LMC members. 40 LMC members were divided into 9 teams and completed 10 projects. In total, all the participating churches completed just over 100 projects. This is such a wonderful way to spread the message of “love thy neighbor”. Click here for more information.

Moravians begin Lent with Ash Wednesday observance followed by five Wednesday night Lenten programs
Lititz Moravians ushers in the observance of Lent with a traditional Ash Wednesday service at the historic Church Square sanctuary at 7 p.m. on March 5. On five successive Wednesday nights the Moravians will sponsor Pastor John Ortberg’s series titled “Who is This Man” – The Unpredictable Impact of the Inescapable Jesus. These programs are also at 7 p.m. at the church.

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Moravians invite all musicians
Director of Lititz Moravian Music Ministries Dr. Jeffrey Gemmell invites all musicians to consider participation in the musical organizations sponsored by the Lititz Moravian Church.

Moravian Second Mile offerings benefit local programs
The Gospel phrase “Second Mile” seems like a euphemism when applied to mission projects at the Moravian Church in Lititz.

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Lititz Moravian is located at 8 Church Square, along the 200 block of East Main Street. Off-street parking is available in the lot behind the church and at the Pierson playground off of South Cedar Street. The sanctuary and adjoining facilities are handicap accessible.  For information: 717-626-8515 or, email "office@lititzmoravian.org"