AncMC Worship Schedule

The Anchorage Moravian Church updated “Worship” information is as follows:   We worship at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, at 2222 E. Tudor Road (corner of Lake Otis & Tudor Rd) in Anchorage, Alaska. Thank God for giving us this beautiful Church! May our people tithe willingly and faithfully, so we can continue to grow the Kingdom of God.   The schedule is as follows: Sunday School, 1 -2 pm (St. Mary’s) Sunday Regular Moravian Worship, 2 – 3 pm (St. Mary’s) Sunday Evening Singspiration, 6 – 8:30 pm (St. Mary’s) Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer, 6 – 7 pm (625 W. Inter- national Airport Rd, Suite 223 upstairs) Last Sunday monthly, Potluck, 4 pm – 6 pm (St. Mary’s).   Friday Night Ministry, weekly, is at 3512 Robin Street, 6 pm, at the red Church building.   Need information call Pastors William Nicholson or Ron Moo at 868-3177 or email at   The AncMC new offices are located at Suite 224, 624 W. International Airport road. Please feel free to stop by anytime for coffee. Share with others…


By Bishop William Nicholson Returning to Anchorage, Alaska from Nairobi, Kenya on March 1, 2018, three Directors of United Alaska Moravian Ministry Group – The Rev. Tim Sergie, The Rev. Ferdinand Sharp and myself returned safely from an eleven-day international trip.  We are literally in a spirit of thanksgiving and joy for participation and great accomplishments!  The decisions made at this gathering formalizes and fulfills the UAMM vision of the sleeping giant waking up and raising an undefiled flag for the entire world to see! The World Fellowship of Moravian Revival Churches (WFMRC) is made up of over 70 Churches in Seven (7) countries.  It was given birth on February 24, 2018 in the heart of Africa, near Kenya’s largest and capital city, Nairobi.  Four Moravian bishops with co-leadership by Bishop Emmaus Mwamakula of Tanzania and Bishop William Nicholson of Alaska led this global organizational effort.  Functionally, it is the culmination of an “undefiled and evangelical ‘win the lost’ movement!” All participants at the WFMFC felt that the Fellowship membership is to function autonomously.  It was agreed that Bishop Nicholson will be the key contact in the northern hemisphere, while Bishop Mwamakula would be the contact in the southern hemisphere.  … Continue reading

Global Moravian Fellowship Comes Alive

World Fellowship of Moravian Revival Churches was given birth, February 24, 2018, in the heart of Africa near Nairobi, Kenya. Four Moravian bishops with co-leadership by Bishop Emmaus Mwamakula and Bishop Nicholson led the global organizational efforts for an “undefiled and evangelical movement”. The bishops shown in purple attire (in the front row of photo from left to right) are Bishop Emmaus Mwamakula – Tanzania, Bishop Paul Kabaiya – Kenya, Bishop William Nicholson – United States, and Bishop Odongo Mario Arabous – Uganda.  Along with the Bishops, the Superintendent of Allied Mission Church in the Philippines and Cambodia, Rev. George Lee, participated in discussion leading to this historic event. This movement is a fellowship of over 70 Moravian churches from seven nations including the Philippines, Cambodia, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, United States, and with three churches under UAMM in Honduras.   Share with others…

AncMC finds Beautiful New Church Location & Offices

Praise God! Great News. God has Blessed us with a “Nicer Place” than ever before!!! The AncMC Joint Board signed a lease, February 15, 2018, for a full Anchorage Moravian Church program for regular weekly worship, Sunday School, Wednesday night, potlucks, and maybe Friday night worship, etc.   PUBLIC YOU ARE CORDIALLY WELCOMED TO WORSHIP WITH US AT ST. MARY’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH located at 2222 E Tudor Rd, Anchorage, Alaska. This church is located at the corner of Lake Ortis and Tudor in Anchorage, Alaska.   Please check here for the times which are now scheduled beginning Sunday, February 18, 2018, 2 pm. Sunday School will be announced later. The following is the schedule   Sunday School, 1 pm (to be announced after Elders Meeting, March 4, 2018). Sunday Regular Worship, 2 – 3 pm (St. Mary’s) Sunday Evening Singspiration, 6 – 8:30 pm (will begin on February 25, 2018) For February 18, 2018, 6 pm, we will use the Guest house at 330 E. 4th Avenue. Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer, 6 – 7 pm (St. Mary’s) Last Sunday monthly, Potluck, 4 pm – 6 pm. (Next one will be February 25, 2018 at St. Mary’s)   FRIDAY NIGHT … Continue reading


NOTE:  This is a Progress Report by Bishop William H. Nicholson, Senior Pastor of AncMC and President of United Alaska Moravian Ministry Group to the Anchorage Moravian Church Congregation, February 11, 2018, 6 pm:   Abraham George, one of UAMM’s Evangelists and Prophetic speakers, telephoned me today, February 11, 2018! He said that God told him to tell me that I needed to give a “Progress Report”, and then he said, “God says – you will know what this means!”   Before this call, I had just finished preparation for a message/sermon on the Anchorage Moravian Church stand against false prophets; against the Jezebel Spirit; and stand against gay clergy in the pulpit. I wanted to speak on the need for all of us to practice a Christ-like holy lifestyle. I was going to share that we are not only an undefiled Church that stands against deceivers in the world and against apostasy, but our aim is to win the lost souls. I was actually thinking of a “sleeping giant waking up”, before I received that phone call, today!   Abraham George, “Iply” again related to me that he heard God say two words – “Progress Report”. He asked me, … Continue reading

Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life

Wonderful when Moravian come together in Unity. Here a very young girl who loves Jesus Christ as Savior shares – “Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life”. The Holy Spirit is very sweet and the services are heartwarming. Praise God for the “Living Church” and those willing to share Christ to the world. Continue reading

AncMC Pastor and Elders Report 2017

Note: AncMC remains under supervison of UAMM. Here are some excerpts from the AncMC Pastor and Elders Report 2017 given at the Church Council meeting held on January 14, 2018: Pastor and Elder’s 2017 Report January 14, 2018 A big welcome to the 17th annual membership meeting of the Anchorage Moravian Church (AncMC) since it’s organization in 2001. It’s been another busy year serving the Lord, but one that experienced some big bumps and dips in the road. Our Church has always been a Church turned outward to fulfill the Great Commission, to send missionaries, and to plant Churches. This is a strong point in our Church Bylaws, which needs to be amended to reflect and clarify this vision and to strengthen Christ’s agenda (not ours) of moving forward in unity, love, and fruitfulness for the Kingdom of God. In 2017 there has been a bit of turmoil felt in our Church because we have been so effective in growing Christ’s Kingdom. In spite of this we feel God is still in complete control. What we have experienced, together, is a time of extreme purging so that good fruits will remain. And out of this is emerging a glorious Church … Continue reading

Is there Dissension and Division in Your Church?

Note:  This article is for any UAMM Church or Fellowship Experiencing Dissension and Division. A developing Commentary by Bishop William Nicholson Just a word of love and caution that if anyone has a grievance in the Church, one must not deal with it publically. This is a big error that creates turmoil and God will deal with these persons. God is the perfect judge. The proper procedure is not to deal with Church related issues especially regarding discipline publically such as in social media. Bring your issues to the pastor of the local Church and/or Elder. If the issue needs to be brought to the Elders Board, it is again brought in total confidence. If the problem is not resolved there then one can go to the Joint Board, and the final solution is the General Membership Meeting of the Church Council. This process is scriptural and is a clearly presented as our guide in the Moravian Covenant for Christian Living. I would like to thank the Rev. Bob Monette, a pastor of New Fire for giving me food for thought as he shared with me, today, what Paul says in the book of Romans. The reference I am now … Continue reading