The Moravian Church is known for the innovative ways it worships and serves Christ. 1. As a part of the pre-reformation Hussite movement in Czechoslovakia in the early 15th century, the Moravian Church believed that Christian people had the right to partake of both elements in the Lord’s Supper, both the bread and the wine. This view was contrary to the current practice of that time in which lay people received only the bread, while the priests received the wine as well. For this reason, the cup or chalice is an important symbol of the world-wide Moravian Church. 2. The … Read More…
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WWW.ALASKAMORAVIAN.ORG is an Anchorage Moravian Church website.
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 evening, September 21, at 6 pm, Br. Curda Alexie will be leading.
REGULAR MORAVIAN WORSHIP SERVICE IS SUNDAY MORNING, 11:30 AM. Sunday night non-denominational singspiration begins at 6 pm.
The General Church Conference of United Alaska Moravian Ministry will held on September 19 - 20, 2014, 10 am - 5 pm. Stewardship month emphasis began September 14, 2014. The autumn Holy Spirit Jubillee with Rev. Isai Granwell Nuth will be held on September 26-28, 2014.
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