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.


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

♪♪ AncMc Choir rated in “Top 10” with great music by Alaska’s Largest Paper – The Anchorage Daily News

10 Anchorage Churches With Great Music By Stainedglass, Anchorage Daily News The praise singing by individuals and the Moravian Choir is one of the closest ways to experience spirituality in music in Anchorage. Read Full Anchorage Daily News Article Here Watch Facebook Video and listen to them sing “Up From The Grave He Arose” Here Note: You have to be a member of Facebook to watch this video. If you are not. click the link above and join to go to the video.

The Local Church Must Be Respected

The following is a message Pastor William NIcholson gave Sunday October 21, 2012 at the Anchorage Moravian Church. Text for Message: Matthew 16:18-19 (KJV) Jesus words, “And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven” Count Nicholas von Zinzendorf believed in the concept of the fellowship of the believer. A book entitled Count Zinzendorf: A Brief History of the Lord’s Recovery, which was authored by James Reetzke and published by Chicago Bibles and Books shares that the early Moravians cultivated friendship among other children of God. Zinzendorf felt that wherever the Moravians went, they should come together for meetings open to all believers. These were to be informal gatherings having simplicity, warmth, and the open sharing of the joy and fellowship in the Lamb. They did not get involved in theological disputes; it was simply not allowed because it often caused division. “The … Continue reading

“RENEWED NATIVE LIFE” Group & Testimony – Reprint

Hello my name is Harry Nicholai: I was born to Alexie and Balassia Nicholai, in the summer of 1955,at the old Fish-camp sight of the village of Akiak. We had done some travelling up and down the Kuskokwim river to several different villages, from Bethel on up to Tuluksak,Alaska. So I found that I have many relatives up and down the Kuskokwim River. I was about six years old, when I first saw what Alcohol does to people. It throws away the values of that person, and causes that person to lose his or her control of being able to make the right choices. I see the same thing going on today, people letting alcohol and drugs control them, and not the other way around. It was around this part of my life, that I started making the wrong choices, because I had seen older people making those choices and I thought that these actions were the right thing to do. I had a reaction to the Alcohol, that I was drinking, and to Hospitalized for several days. It was during my stay in the hospital, that I had a vision come to me. I know it was from the … Continue reading

World-wide Communion Sunday – Oct 7th

Reminder for AncMC membership! Next Sunday, October 7, 2012, at 11 AM, we will celebrate World-wide Communion Sunday. This is the Sunday we celebrate with all Christians, of whatever background or faith tradition, celebrate that we are one in Christ, and that our diverse communities eat and drink together at God’s table. Church membership remind your family members of this special Holy day and we hope to worship and celebrate with you our Unity in Christ. Prepare your hearts. The following prayer is revealing: World Communion Prayer of Confession:Lord, on this world communion Sunday, help us examine our hearts so that we may pay proper respect to Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. Thank you for offering reconciliation to all of humankind, the forgiveness of sins through Christ, our high priest. Almighty and ever-present God, we confess our sins to you. We are truly sorry for our wrongdoings and shortcomings, for sins of commission and sins of omission. Forgive us, we pray, in Christ’s name. Empower us to serve you fully, to share the resources we have with those who have less, to weep with those who weep, and to laugh with those who laugh. Help us to be good stewards … Continue reading

Summer Lay Leader Schedule 2012 – Evening Service

2012 CALENDAR YEAR SINGSPIRATION EVENING SERVICE LEADERS Updated & Approved by AncMC Elders – June 10, 2012 DATE Moravian Church ANMC ANMC Supervisor 5/06/12 Carrie Paton Alexie Nose w/ Alexie August Alexie 5/13/12 Flora Demantle Grace Haroldsen Augie Alexie 5/20/12 Annie Wassilie & Julie Nanalook Curtis Alexie Augie Alexie 5/27/12 Curtis Alexie Harry Nicholai William Nicholson 6/03/12 Julie Nanalook Nellie Kiunya William Nicholson 6/10/12 Fay Romer Annie Wassilie Augie Alexie 6/17/12 Harry Nicholai Roxanne Anaruk Augie Alexie 6/24/12 Fay Romer Flora Demantle Augie Alexie 7/01/12 Bonnie Gregory Wassilie Roland Augie Alexie 7/08/12 Alexie Nose Harry Nicholai & others Augie Alexie 7/15/12 Nellie Kiunya Any Volunteers? Augie Alexie 7/22/12 Curtis Alexie Greg Moses Augie Alexie 7/29/12 Carrie Paton Bonnie Gregory Augie Alexie 8/05/12 Flora Demantle Nellie Kiunya Augie Alexie 8/12/12 Wassilie Roland Annie Wassilie Augie Alexie 8/19/12 Bonnie Gregory Fay Romer William Nicholson 8/26/12 August Alexie Carrie Paton William Nicholson NAME Phone Number Cell Number Email Fay Romer (907) 277-6330 (907) 229-4722 Grace Haroldsen (907) 276-4623 (907) 720-9902 Carrie Paton (907) 345-1057 (907) 230-8555 Pauline Bayayok (907) 333-7215 (907) 529-2066 Nellie Kiunya (907) 717-5457 Flora Demantle (907) 891-2580 (907) 952-9385 Annie Wassilie (907) 929-3130 (907) … Continue reading