Below are talks that were filmed at the Moravian Archives, Bethlehem: February 7, 2017 – Katherine M. Faull, Recovering Anna Nitschmann: A Vision for a New Biography Part 1 (YouTube video) Part 2 (YouTube video) Part 3 (YouTube video) Part 4 (YouTube video) Part 5 (YouTube video)
The Moravian Archives offers a wide variety of lectures, classes, workshops, and other events.
June 5 – 16, 2017 Registration is limited to 15 participants. This intensive course on learning to read German script is now in its 47th year and is the longest-running course of its kind in the country. The course is taught by Dr. Paul Peucker, Lanie Yaswinski, and Thomas McCullough, experts and experienced instructors in reading […]
through June 2017 Building Bethlehem Moravians began building Bethlehem 275 years ago. On a bank overlooking the Monocacy Creek and the Lehigh River they built a log cabin and a large community house (Gemeinhaus). Within a few years, many structures were erected to house a diverse community of men and women who lived, worked, and worshiped together. […]
Tours of the Archives are available when scheduled in advance. To schedule a tour, please contact us at least a month ahead of time with some possible dates and times in mind. Tours are ideal for: Families Church groups School groups History buffs Your tour will be conducted with an archivist who will provide commentary […]