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… Continue reading

AncMC Annual Membership Meeting January 14, 2018 A Blessing

In what is seen as an outpouring of support for the Anchorage Moravian Church over 40 to 50 percent of the members showed up for the January 14, 2018 annual meeting of the Anchorage Moravian Church (AncMC) membership. This meeting was held at the Guest House at 330 E. 4th… Continue reading

General Church Conference for UAMM’s Churches & Fellowships

A second UAMM Ordination service is scheduled for February 2, 2018, 6 pm at 3512 Robin Street in Anchorage, Alaska. UAMM General Church Conference for pastors and delegates is scheduled for February 3-4, 2018, 11 am – 4 pm, tentatively at 330 E. 4th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska. Evenings, February 2-4,… Continue reading

Friday Ministry Resumes

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! Friday Night Ministry headed up by United Alaska Ministry Group (UAMM) resumes, tonight, December 29, 2017, 6:30 – 9 pm. FRIDAY NIGHT MINISTRY headed up by The Rev. Russell Lamont, Billy Olsen and musicians is scheduled to be held weekly at the old Anchorage Moravian Church location at… Continue reading

Merry Christmas from UAMM

A very Merry Christmas from the Directors of United Alaska Moravian Ministry Group – The Rev. Tim Sergie, The Rev. Russell Lamont, The Rev. Frederick Nielsen, The Rev. Ferdinand Sharp, The Rev. Alexie Nose and Lay Member Nellie Kiunya.  Greetings are also extended from Bishop William Nicholson, his wife, Barbara,… Continue reading

16 Ordained in Moravian Ministry

On December 15, 2017, 7 pm, in an historic worship service, 16 individuals (and two women) were ordained by Bishop William Nicholson into Gospel ministry.  Shown are the new pastors with their wives.  A dozen Alaskan villages and three countries were represented.  The ordination service was held at House of… Continue reading