Thank you Jerry Nicholson

Mr. Jerry Nicholson of, 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! 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 bring the gospel of hope and peace and joy to those that desperately need it! 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…

Spiritual Jubilee 2017

This Coming Fur Rondy Weekend You are Cordially Invited to a Spiritual Feast!!! This musical/testimony “Holy Spirit” event sponsored by Anchorage Moravian Church in Anchorage, Alaska, is scheduled as follows: February 25 & 26, 2017, 6 pm. at Anchorage Moravian Church, 2150 E. Dowling Road . Special speaker is The Rev. Lauden Kangele, a Spirit-filled Moravian minister from Federal Way, Washington. The Rev. Lauden Kangele is an inspirational speaker, university instructor, Church planter (orginally from Tanzania, Africa) who presently is a “free, greatly Spirit-fill Five-fold Ministry” pastor serving the City of Glory Church International Church at Federal Way, Washington. His Church joined United Alaska Moravian Ministry Group in January 2017. During his time among us, this weekend, Brother Kangele, along with Brother Erin McCrum, is providing instruction for United Alaska’s Pastors and Spiritual leaders on Church Planting, Multiplication, and Tithing. Brother Kangele knows how to hear the voice of God, is obedient to Him, and literally planted 50 Churches in Africa before planting a church in Washington state. The Spiritual Jubilee is free of charge, but if you feel led to make a donation to help the Moravian Church ministry, you will receive an end of year receipt for your … Continue reading

UAMM Free From Moravian Unity

Matthew 7:16-20 King James Version (KJV) 16 Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? 17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. 19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. In Herrnhut, Germany during November 2012, the Anchorage Moravian Church in Anchorage, Alaska, a member Church of United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) became one among at least five “Living Churches and Fellowships’ that was recognized by the Moravian Unity Board. In August 2016, primarily due to difficulties in reconciliation with the Alaska Province (not theological stance nor worship styles) the Moravian Unity Synod in Jamaica “unfairly and unjustly” approved a resolution #10 to remove UAMM from the Moravian Unity. During UAMM’s General Church Conference of January 25, 2017, UAMM’s leadership agreed with the Unity’s Resolution of Exclusion for UAMM. UAMM will continue to use the name Moravian because it is a geographical location; simply a … Continue reading

Revolution and Revelation

Thank you Brother Ron Moo, AncMC member for sharing (and blowing the Shofar ushering in the New Year) at the New Years 1st Singspiration, January 1, 2017. You said that 2017 is to be a year of “Revolution and Revelation”! Yes, I agree – truly, the past year has been a preparatory time for the Church in Mission! But the future is going to be incredible! And the devil, his demons and even the legalistic Church will oppose! Speaking on behalf of United Alaska, sadly, so much of the traditional Churches have lost the sense of Mission in winning lost and suffering souls for the Kingdom. In Anchorage, Alaska, the Churches have not made a difference in our society. Crime and Addictions are getting worse around us. It seems the world is getting darker. The traditional church so often is part of the problem rather than of the solution. In the past year, thankfully, part of the preparation that our United Alaska Churches and Fellowships have gone through is teaching on: growing spiritually in Christ, deliverance ministry, learning about the person and work of the Holy Spirit, the purpose and operation of dreams and visions in the Church, overcoming demons … Continue reading