Ballinderry Moravian Church is an historic and charming church nestled into beautiful gardens and grounds, surrounded by ancient trees, in an idyllic country village conveniently located a few miles from the Moira roundabout. The congregation at Ballinderry began in 1750 as a result of the work of the Moravian Evangelist, John Cennick. It was opened on Christmas Day 1751, but was destroyed by fire on Easter Sunday 1835. The rebuilt Georgian Style Church was opened in May 1836. There is an exhibition of historical items relating to the worldwide Moravian Church. Who are the Moravians? Visit us and our sister congregation at Kilwarlin County Down during EHOD for a guided tour and exhibition. This is the 300th Annniversary year of the re-founding of the Moravian Church after almost being destroyed - originally we go back to founder Jan Huss in the 15th Century pre Martin Luther.