Eighth Nation Joins UIMM

Three Cuban Moravian Revival Churches and five former traditional Moravian Pastors headed up by Vice-President Pastor Jose Turro, officially joined United International Moravian Ministry group on September 27, 2022.  All of UIMM’s Directors rejoice that in unity we can strengthen one another.

Main reason why Pastor Jose’s group (aside from three other traditional Churches) joined UIMM is because of the Moravian Church in America, Southern Province position of allowing gay clergy to serve in their pulpits.

UIMM’s covering is not under the Unitas Fratrum.  UIMM’s leadership maintains proper separation from the traditional Moravian historic model.  Cuba’s Leadership felt compelled to find a spiritual covering under the World Fellowship of Moravian Revival Churches (WFMRC) through UIMM.

Church leaders should note that UIMM is a United States 501c3 non-profit and organized as a corporation under State of Alaska.  A nation such as Honduras has hired lawyers in past years and has assured that it’s national religious organization is recognized and registered with the proper national authorities.  Actually any national Moravian church that joins UIMM is encouraged to assure proper legal paperwork is filed within its country for proper recognition.  If financial resources are needed, UIMM will assist, when able to do so.

WFMRC is under the Co-Chair leadership of Bishop William Nicholson in Alaska and Bishop Emmaus Mwamakula in Tanzania.  The WFMRC covers the Moravian Revival Churches in seven other countries that include America, Cambodia, Honduras, Kenya, Philippines, Tanzania, Uganda.

Cuba is the eighth country to join a modern day Moravian renewal movement of Moravian Churches that desire to remain true to the truth of the Holy Scriptures.


Posted in United International Moravian Ministry.