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 meets in main sanctuary of Skyline at 2 pm with Pastor Austin Reed) Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery is located south and across the street from the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Anchorage, Alaska.  The street address is 535 E 9th Ave.   At this location the Easter Sunrise service is scheduled for Sunday, April 16, 2017, at 6:10 AM.  According to the weather service sunrise is at 6:15 AM.  This is a very traditional Moravian service to worship Jesus by gathering together on Easter morning.  It is also a time to remember those that have passed on during the last 12 months. … Continue reading

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 removed from the Moravian Unity by a small and powerful group due to its stand against Gay Ordination.  UAMM is hopeful, someday, to re-enter status with the Moravian Unity!  But for now, it is free to grow, expand, without any supervision, but the Spirit of God, and direction from the Word of God!  And indeed it continues to explode in growth! UAMM’s 18 Churches and Fellowships are located in the Kuskokwim, Bristol Bay,  Anchorage, and the southcentral areas of Kenai and Soldotna including a growing Church in Federal Way, Washington state.   Anchorage,  Bethel, Big Lake, Dillingham, Kenai/Soldotna,  Manokotak,  and Wasilla, … Continue reading

Messiah in the Passover

The public is cordially invited to a special night with Rev. Daniel Nessim of Chosen People Ministries, who will be presenting the Messiah in the Passover at the Anchorage Moravian Church on March 30, 2017, at 6:30. The following is a little about the speaker Daniel Nessim (from Chosen Ministries website):   “Daniel Nessim is a skilled communicator who has spoken extensively in Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Israel. Having established a branch of Chosen People Ministries in the United Kingdom and planted a Messianic Jewish congregation in the heart of England’s Jewish community, he is now servicing among the Jewish people of Washington State and Vancouver, B.C. Daniel Nessim is the son of Jewish parents who also believe in Jesus. His mother is a survivor of the holocaust, having been being hidden in Berlin throughout the Second World War. His father was from a Jewish family from Baghdad and Cairo. A few years after his arrival in England in the 1950’s, Daniel’s father became the first in his family to believe in Yeshua. Daniel has thus had a privilege rarely accorded to Jewish believers in Yeshua, having a heritage of faith in his own family. At the … Continue reading

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 are helping the Lord Jesus and His Church! God bless your professional business at Nakco.com! FOLKS IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECOMMEND THIS MAN OF GOD TO DO big PLUMBING & HEATING jobs and/or CONSULTING Services do so! I am thankful Jerry got our Church internal going last Sunday.to bring the gospel of hope and peace and joy to those that desperately need it! http://www.nakco.com Share with others…

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…..” Share with others…

Bishop Nicholson speaks on the Macedonian Call

The following clip shows a morning worship service on March 27, 2017, 11:30 am. A message provided by The Rt. Rev. William Nicholson, Senior Pastor of the Anchorage Moravian Church deals with the Macedonian Call and a little on Moravian Renewal that continues that will reach the world. Share with others…

Iply shares. The Man that Stirred Moravian Renewal.

More of Iply; a worthy listen! The Holy Spirit stirs as you listen. Try it and you’ll be amazed again how God uses “the foolish things of the world to confound the wise”. Anyhow this video shows more about Iply child-hood, told by himself. And what you will discover is a shorter version of his near death experience. It is about going to heaven (and sharing glimpses into paradise where his relatives reside), receiving his commission to tell others that “Jesus is the only way”, and the way of Salvation through Christ. Because of Iply, revival broke out in Manokotak and Bishop Nicholson was thrown out of the Traditional Church because of his support of Iply and the many young people. The Anchorage Moravian Church literally had to leave the Province in Alaska. The short of this amazing story, importantly, is that historically after 2010, the Manokotak Congregation and the Anchorage Moravian Church organized into United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) Group, which by January 2017 grew into 17 Churches with one located in Federal Way, Washington. UAMM is strengthening its’ Covenant Relationship with Moravian Churches in Honduras and Tanzania, Africa, and also continues its mission of planting Churches where-ever the … Continue reading

Revival in Washington State

The Rev. Lauden Kangele, pastor of City of Glory Church International, a member church of United Alaska Moravian Ministry Group says, “Hallelujah! Welcome to the powerful And anointed Revival Conference. Jesus Christ will set free many CAPTIVES from the power of the darkness. Come And receive your miracle!” Folks may each UAMM Church pastors and elders, especially, pray for a move of God in Federal Way Washington State. Share with others…