Moravian Church Archives

457 S Church St
Winston Salem NC 27101
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  • Mon: 9:30am-4:30pm
  • Tue: 9:30am-4:30pm
  • Wed: 9:30am-4:30pm
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The web page of the Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The Moravian Archives is the repository of the records of Moravian Church, Southern Province, and its members. As such, the Moravian Archives' primary function is to serve the Church in the collecting, cataloging, and safekeeping of its records. Our records extend back to 1753, the beginning of Moravian Church in North Carolina, and give a detailed account of life in earlier times as well as family histories of church members.This web site is fully supported by Friends of Moravian Archives. You too can be a Friend with your generous contribution.1. From U.S. 52 take the Stadium Drive exit going west following the signs to Salem College and Old Salem. At Salem Avenue go straight into the Salem College Fine Arts parking lot, where you may park. The Davis Center is the new building next to the graveyard. Walk up the brick steps to the main entrance on the south side of Davis Center facing away from the graveyard.2. From Church Street in Salem walk through the portico of Cedarhyrst ( the big castle-looking building that is home to Provincial offices ). The Davis Center is behind Cedarhyrst. Come in through the main entrance.The Moravian Archives provides a genealogical research service at $15 an hour. We do not photocopy our documents. Rather, we research an inquiry, then provide a typewritten report of our findings. Please mail all genealogical inquiries to: