Bishop Nicholson last Message Before Summer Leave 2017

Today, Monday, May 22 and tomorrow, May 23 are the last hours for Bishop William Nicholson in the Anchorage Moravian Church office.  Beginning Wednesday, May 24, 2017, he will be on summer leave until August to participate in the 2017 Bristol Bay Salmon commercial fishery which he has done for over 50 years as a captain.  Administrative Assistant John Bill at (907) 868-3177 will be coordinating the summer morning and evening worship services with special speakers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXw13G7AxaQ&t=152s  

Is the Anchorage Moravian Church Spirit Filled?

Commentary by Bishop William Nicholson: If our Church is Spirit filled what does it look like? Is it about the Holy Spirit’s power and presence observable in that local church? Yes, I think God’s Spirit and Power is manifested in the Anchorage Moravian Church, but it is not the true Spirit of God unless the following is true too, which we all need to work on: Paul the Apostle makes it clear that discerning the Holy Spirit’s presence in the Church is an affirming of the lordship of the biblical Jesus (1 Cor 12:3). If Christ is uplifted I believe … Read More…

The Cheerful Gift Giver

God is the lover of a cheerful gift giver (Let each one give [thoughtfully and with purpose] just as he has decided in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver [and delights in the one whose heart is in his gift]. 2 Corinthians 9:7 AMP)? God Himself is The Greatest  Cheerful Gift Giver. Be delighted in the LORD always and gift for HIS purpose. God can manage it. He gives life. He gives breath. He gives good gifts to all according to the desires of the heart (Delight yourself in the Lord, and He … Read More…

LITTLE SIGN AND WONDER (A RESULT OF GOD’S SPIRIT POURING OUT)

Article by Bishop William Nicholson Newest drummer for AncMC. Bishop’s Nicholson two (2) year old granddaughter, Evvona. She was born sick with many issues, which we are wrestling with. My wife and I have shed many a tear for the health of this child. Her health now is an emerging testimony in itself. The story behind this video is that Evonna happened to be in the Church hallway visiting the Bishop. Suddenly she cried out to Harry, our Building Maintenance guy, as she pushed open the heavy hall way door and passed through. Out loud and firmly, she said, “Harry, … Read More…

AncMC 2017 Holy Week & Easter Schedule

The 2017 Anchorage Moravian Church Passion Week and Easter Schedule follows: Sunday – April 9:  Palm Sunday worship, 11:30 am (Spanish Church – Mission La Roca Fellowship meets at 2 pm, Lounge area) Monday – April 10:  Passion Week Reading, 6 pm Tuesday – April 11:  Passion Week Reading, 6 pm Wednesday – April 12:  Passion Week  Reading, 6 PM Thursday – April 13:  Holy Communion, 6 pm Friday – April 14 – Good Friday Readings, 6 pm Sunday – April 16  – Easter Sunrise Service, 6:10 am at Anchorage Memorial Cemetery; Easter Lovefeast, 11:30 am.  (Mission La Roca Fellowship … Read More…

United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) Group Story:

Article by Bishop William Nicholson, UAMM President, March 31, 2017: NOTE:  Soon a new website entirely devoted to United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) will be published.  A button will appear on this site to link to UAMM’s information.   All of UAMM’s  news and articles will be transferred to the UAMM domain.  Anchorage Moravian Church (AncMC) falls under UAMM, so this site (www.alaskamoravian.org) will be solely the AncMC site, not UAMM.  Folks, please be watching! As a Moravian Group recognized by the Unitas Fratrum in November 2012, it’s status reaffirmed in May 2014, and then by August 2016 UAMM was … Read More…

Thank you Jerry Nicholson

Mr. Jerry Nicholson of Nakco.com, thank you for stopping by today to check up on the status of the Anchorage Moravian Church online ministry! And thanks tor you help, not only in purchasing the NEW computer for uploading our worship services online, but today, March 27, 2017, assuring that it is updated WITH THE LATEST SOFTWARE and working correctly. Your suggestions have been extremely helpful! You are an answer to prayer, and certrainly thankful for all the others who are pitching in to strengthen the Anchorage Moravian Church. We appreciate, especially the successful businessmen and women of Anchorage, Alaska who … Read More…

A Glimpse into Worship in Alaska

“Hallelujah, He’s Coming Back!” Sunday night service at the Anchorage Moravian Church, March 26, 2017. Shown is Part 1 & 2 of Sister Darlene (Inupiaq) and Sister Gloria Nose (Yupik) dancing before the Lord and our people full of joy in the Spirit of God. A dear brother says, “Its awesome to see the indigenous people praising God in there Native way. Its a shame that more churches don’t embrace this way…..”