What is United Alaska Moravian Ministry Group? A History

What is UAMM?: United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) Group is an “Umbrella Group of Churches & Fellowships” approved by the Unitas Fratrum. It central offices are located at Anchorage Moravian Church located at 2150 E. Dowling Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99507. Office phone number is (907) 868-3177 A HISTORY OF UAMM: As a Moravian Group recognized by the Unitas Fratrum in November 2012 and it’s status reaffirmed in May 2014, UAMM’s vision is to strengthen and grow Moravian Churches and Fellowships in southcentral Alaska by “Advancing Further the Gospel”. UAMM exists as a Holy Spirit led organization, which uplifts Jesus Christ … Read More…

AncMC Council Meeting Held New Officers Elected

An Anchorage Moravian Church (AncMC) annual meeting of the Communicant and Associate Membership met on January 18, 2015, 11:30 and went until 2:35 pm. Annual reports of the Pastor and Elders, Trustees, Sunday School Departments, Jr. & Sr. High Youth, and year end financial statements were shared with the people of the Church. It was felt that the AncMC continues to grow and still needs a larger Church purchase, someday, in the distant future. Highlights of the Pastor’s and Elders report shows that we have an informed membership that knows what’s happening at all levels, especially because of the Church … Read More…

UAMM General Church Conference 2015

UNITED ALASKA MORAVIAN MINISTRY (UAMM) GENERAL CHURCH CONFERENCE IS SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 23-24, 2015, AT 2150 E. DOWLING ROAD, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, 10 AM – 4 PM DAILY. Pastors and delegates from Anchorage, Big Lake Moravian Fellowship, Dillingham, Kenai/Soldotna, and Manokotak will be in attendance. Reports for the past year, approving a 2015 budget, possibly opening a Seminary, etc. There is a new Spanish speaking group in Anchorage that is soon to become a Moravian Church. They are encouraged to send up to two delegates for the Conference. There are outstations in southcentral Alaska, especially, that desire to have a church. … Read More…

Cowboy John Alexie sings “Armageddon”

“Battle of Armageddon”, sung by Mr. Alexie from Atmauthlauk, Alaska. This was shared during a Singspiration December 28, 2014 at Anchorage Moravian Church. “Cowboy John” as Musician Billy Olsen calls him arrived Anchorage due to an accident with his eye when he was gathering wood for his steam bath. Many of our people love this Moravian, who originates from the Moravian village northwest of Bethel, Alaska. Interestingly, when Cowboy John came to our Church, the Wednesday night AncMC Bible Study group was studying on the last great battle of mankind as prophesied in the Book of Revelation. Folks, these are … Read More…

Anchorage Moravian Church Live on Internet Soon

In a meeting of the Anchorage Moravian Church Joint Board, the last weekend in December 2014, it was agreed unanimously to go online during the weekly Sunday morning and evening services. Please watch our ourline posts for a starting date. The Kenai Peninsula Moravian Church, which is another church under United Alaska Moravian Ministry in Soldotna, Alaska, has already been online, weekly. Last Sunday, January 11, 2015, over 1800 people listened in to the Moravian service with The Rev. Tim Sergie Speaking. On line worship is a meaningful one, especially for those Moravians who travel regularly and who are housebound. … Read More…

Church Council Meeting

Anchorage Moravian Church annual Council membership meeting is scheduled for January 18, 2015, at 11:30 am. Please be praying for elections for at least two Elders and two Trustees. Annual reports will be heard and 2015 budget will be voted on. All communicant members are encouraged to attend this meeting! Share with others…

Watchnight Message

Anchorage Moravian Church Watchnight Message By William Nicholson December 31, 2014 As we come to the end of one year and approach the beginning of a new year, it should be helpful to take a look backward and count our blessings. It should be helpful to also take a look ahead and make plans to work more closely with the Lord. The past has been good for us as a Church; we’ve seen God’s hand move! We are in a nice and larger Church building and the financial needs to run God’s Church has been adequate. God has blessed us … Read More…

AncMC Choir Sings – Silent Night

Anchorage Moravian Impromptu Choir sings “Silent Night” in English and Yupik, Sunday night, December 14, 2014. Other groups also shared on the night of singspiration. Shown also is Sister Avis Hadley, Friends Church pastor, and others gracing us with their presence, last Sunday. Christmas time, indeed, is a time of joyful singing, because the Christ child lives in our hearts! Share with others…