Moravian Mission Denmark

Our Lamb has conquered - let us follow Him!

Use the top menues - the site is (still) under construction

A few minutes video from our work

3 - 5 min. Thats what it takes to look inside in Peters House and other places where we are: Take a look!

Help hurricane victims

The Board of World Mission in the International Moravian Church calls on volunteers to assist in reconstruction after Harvey the Hurricane, which ravaged in, among other things, Texas. It is specifically Moravian Church of Port Arthur who calls for help.
Do you have the opportunity to travel a couple of weeks in the autumn - so check in here for more information, contact etc.

New volunteers to Tanzania

Seven new and healthy young volunteers have left DK for the next five months to give their time and effort to exciting projects and experiences in Tanzania. Meet them here, and be inspired from their blogs!

And should you feel like it - take a look here!!

Press release

Missionary Knud Elmo Knudsen has been told to leave Tanzania by the authorities after almost 17 years... Read the full text here


The fee for one year is DKK 150,- (€ 20,-)

As a member of Moravian Mission DK (BDM) you'll get our newsletter regularly, our magazin (in danish) by e-mail and we expect you to be our supporter.

Learn more here

Partners outside Denmark


Here we are working with church building, evangelization, health projects etc.
Read about the work in details here

D.R. Congo

Evangelization, childrens home and schools has top priority here beside health projects. Read some more here


Albania has their own church, Lutheran Moravian Church of Albania. BDM has supported small christian groups here for the last 25 years. Read about the christians in Albania here

In addition we har helping people in Burundi (evangelization, Bible courses, refugees etc.) and are struggling with healt problems in small villages at Lake Tanganyika. You'll find much more about it here

Volunteer? Look here!

Emergency aid

Problems in D.R. Congo

Shortly after Christmas, BDM was informed that there were unrest in DR Congo between some rival parties. Missionary Knud Elmo Knudsen, who has contact with the local on-site, estimates that there are around 4000 people who do not have food. Thus, it is a large group of people who can not survive if there is no help from the outside. read more here

Donate now - you can do it here