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Easter Sunrise Service at Bethabara Moravian Church, 1938 Easter Sunrise Service at Bethabara Moravian Church, 1938

Though many faiths have come to settle in modern Forsyth County, in the second half of the eighteenth century and much of the nineteenth, the practices and beliefs of the Protestant Moravian faith dominated religious life in the region. The events the Moravians chose to celebrate... <Read more>

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