June 18, 2017 and Next Sunday June 25, 2017

CHURCH SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF June 18, 2017 Sunday       10:30 AM 11:30 AM 6:00 PM   No Sunday School Morning Worship Singspiration/with Richard Mercer Wednesday   Thursday Friday   6:00 PM   6:30 PM 6:30 PM   No Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Till September Prayer time in Conference Room Friday Night Singspiraton   Next Lord’s Day: Second Sunday after Pentocost June 25, 2017      10:30 AM   11:30 AM   6:00 PM No Sunday School  till September Regular Worship/ w/ Showalter Smith speaking Singspiration with Alexie Nose

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 this is the Church where the Holy Spirit works and where Jesus shows His love in incredible ways to bring salvation, recommitments, transformation and discipleship. It’s a place where people love to hear the preaching of the Word of God. Last Sunday night two people found Jesus Christ as Savior. Praise God. When the Spirit fills a congregation, we should expect to see the miracle of spiritual life in that place. People will be genuinely saved and we should never take this for granted. Seeing salvation should be a big and glorious experience for any church. Also I think that … Continue reading