Moravian Daily Text

Part of our spiritual discipline needs to be carving out time each day to center ourselves in Jesus and his love.  The Moravian Daily Text has been a resource since 1728. This simple practice of reading an Old Testament and New Testament verse accompanied by a hymn verse and prayer has been used by Christians around the world for over 280 years.

     For more information on the history of the daily text go to- "The Moravian - October, 2010 Edition"

Daily Texts need to be pre-ordered through the Sturgeon Bay Moravian church.  They can also be purchased through the

IBOC - Moravian Publications


SBMC Store

Traditional Moravian Stars are the perfect gift for any occasion no matter what the time of year.  Stars are available in the church office.

                   12"    Lighted Star      $17.00

                   21"   Lighted Star       $20.00

                   Glass star ornaments in various colors.   $10.00




Liturgy Book

For many years the Sturgeon Bay congregation was blessed with the talents of Robert Nickel as our music director. During his tenure he wrote many new liturgies that serve to supplement the congregation's use of the Moravian Book of Worship. These resources include liturgies and communion services for special occasions.  We offer these resources in a digital format making it possible to print them for congregational use.

These resources can be accessed through this website from the links below.  Please be sure to read the information on the licensing to comply with legal parameters.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Sturgeon Bay Moravian church.

Liturgy Book Support Information:

     Letter from the Editor                                              

     Copyright Permission Database

    Copyright Permissions Letter

Liturgy Book Pages                                                                           

     Section A (General Liturgies)

     Section B (Communion Liturgies)

     Preliminary Pages - Cover/Copyright Information/Contents