“Welcome Home” to Hands of Faith! It is our hope you will feel at “home” with us. We welcome you with “open arms” and hope you will find a spiritual home in a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. In the gospel of Matthew chapter 5 verse 16, Jesus says, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Our goal is to help those grow in their faith in Jesus Christ and lead them toward spiritual maturity and ministry involvement and through fellowship with other believers as we worship God. It is our desire that the focus of every worship service, every activity, and individual life at Faith seek the Father’s heart, follow His ways and share His love and light with others. American Sign Language (ASL) is the heart language of the Deaf and hard of hearing in communicating to those who want to worship with us in ASL.
Pastor James Patton
Minister to the Deaf
Sunday Services—Faith Christian Community (map), 11AM, Room 219
Hands of Faith invites anyone desiring to worship in American Sign Language (ASL). There is a voice interpreter for those who do not sign but desire to learn ASL. Hands of Faith will join Faith Christian Community's 11AM worship service in the auditorium on the second Sunday of every month. The service will have ASL interpretation.
Hands of Faith Bible Study
Sun, 9-10AM, Faith Christian Community, Rm 226
by Sam Gary
This Basic Foundational Bible Studies class is for all ages involved in the deaf community. Communication is in ASL, but voice interpretation is available for those wishing to learn ASL. For more information contact email@example.com
Bible Study—Wednesdays, 6:30-8PM, Faith Christian Community, Rm 219
The deaf community from across Anchorage is invited to join us as we dive into the pages of God's Word. Communication is in ASL.
We desire to reach the unsaved and unreached deaf and hard-of-hearing people, being salt and light to the lost and dying world, and strive to show the light of Christ to those who are dying to know Jesus as their Lord and Savior.