"The General Convention of the Episcopal Church in 1997 authorized a dialogue with the Moravian Church, 'to reaffirm those things we hold in common, to explore the possibilities of full communion, mutual recognition of ministries, and shared mission and evangelism'. The Church of England (Episcopal) has engaged the Moravian Church in conversation and cooperation for more than two centuries. Full communion and inter-changeability of ministries has not been accomplished largely because of the special difficulties of an established state church [i.e. the Church of England] has in embracing a distinct church within the Church" (p. 2).
Contents: The Moravian Church (Unitas Fratrum) -- The Moravian Church in History -- The Moravian Church Today -- Notes.
Author is and Episcopal priest and "Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Northwest Texas".