Definitions for "Moravians"
A Protestant church, originally founded in Saxony in 1722 by emigrants from Moravia, now part of the Czech Republic.
The Moravian churches form a modern, mainline Protestant denomination with a religious heritage that began in 15th-century Bohemia (now in the Czech Republic). It is sometimes also known as the Unitas Fratrum or Unity of the Brethren, or as the Bohemian Brethren.
a group of Christians from central Europe, formed by Count von Zinzendorf in 1722 but with roots going back much further. Strong elements in their tradition include missionary enterprise, hymn-singing, fellowship meals and general simplicity of approach to life. They influenced John Wesley.