- On May 8, 2019, Bishop William Nicholson and Elder Pastor (and UAMM Director), The Rev. Fred Nielsen traveled from Anchorage, to Juneau, Alaska and by Alaska Marine Highway traveled to Angoon, Alaska. Arriving after a seven hour scenic journey on a Ferry boat and traveling the waters it was a journey orchestrated by God in the people we met and prayed with. That first night Thursday May 9 Bishop Nicholson officiated a new Church dedication called Angoon Fellowship and ordained a new pastor, “Cowboy” Johnnie Jack. What a blessing it was!
The second day we met the city mayor, the superintendent of schools, the trading post manager, many family members and even saw three grizzly bears up close. Both Fred and I prayed with people and provided counsel. On May 10, the service started at about 7 pm and went until the next morning at 3 am. We could have worshipped and talked all night! Both Fred and I thank Cowboy Jack and his wife, Kathy, for being great hosts. We returned to Anchorage on Sunday, May 12, 2019 in time for the 2 pm and 6 pm service and we both gave highlights of our missionary journey in southeastern Alaska. We all agreed to pray for Angoon and the revival that is happening there.
Angoon Fellowship is a new non-denominational fellowship/church under UAMM located in southeastern Alaska. According to prophetic visions, God will use this spiritual family in a mighty way. Shown in the facebook address below is Bishop Nicholson’s remarks on the second night, after Pastor Fred shares on the importance of Salvation.
Shown below is a video in downtown Angoon. Take a look folks. Thanks Rev. Johnnie Jack for sharing the video.