Commentary by Bishop William Nicholson May 20, 2014 For Alaska’s Native people, when the snow melts, the geese arrive, the smelts run up river, and the ducks and seagull lay eggs, and especially when school is out, many of our Church people are found in the great outdoors enjoying the lengthening and summer warm days. When they return home it happens that after lots of fresh air they sleep in. Others travel back from the city to the village to spend time at fish camps in the Kuskokwim and Bristol Bay region. It’s our Native culture! But during the summer … Read More…
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Full Church programs (Sunday services, YBIC youth, Renewed LIfe sobriety group, Wednesday night Bible Study and Prayer) are conducted weekly until the last week in May and begins again the Sunday after Labor Day in September. Please keep in mind that the Sunday worships services continue on Sunday morning and evening. Sunday morning, June 14, 2014, 11:30 am, a Christian Attorney, Erin McCrum will speak. Many of our Native people leave for the subsistence and fishing areas of Alaska during June-August, yearly. We desire to keep them in prayer.
REGULAR MORAVIAN WORSHIP SERVICE IS SUNDAY MORNING, 11:30 AM. Sunday night non-denominational singspiration begins at 6 pm.
Bishop William Nicholson is on leave from June 5, 2014 to August 24, 2014. During his absence, if anyone has any need for help, please contact one of the Church Elders.
For updated AncMC news the Anchorage Moravian Church Facebook group site is a helpful site; check it out! The smartphone app was discontinued due to lack of use and funding. It was called Church Link.
Any questions, regarding the Church schedule contact AncMC Administrative Assistant, Tanya Kernak at 868-3177.
Note: The Anchorage Moravian Church is affiliated with the Moravian Unity through United Alaska Moravian Ministry which is formally recognized by the Unity and currently is seeking Mission Province status. 1st Moravian Church of Anchorage is a new congregation/fellowship that began over a year ago. This congregation is administered under the Alaska Province. It meets weekly on C Street in downtown Anchorage at the Evangelical 1st Covenant Church.
Anchorage Moravian Church
2150 E. Dowling Road
Anchorage, AK 99507