We aim to develop students into lifelong followers of Jesus Christ—beyond their high school years and forward. We accomplish this through our partnership with the home and through “M.E.D.S.”

(M) Missions
The heartbeat of every mission is to get students out of their comfort zones and focused on others. Our Guatemala and Mexico missions unplug them from their busy lives while local missions to the Downtown Soup Kitchen and the like reminds them that their service and influence can be expressed at "home" in Anchorage.

(E) Encountering Jesus through Scripture
We want students to see how faith is applied to life; it’s life changing, not just knowledge. When students realize Jesus is woven into and part of all Scripture, the whole Bible comes to life and helps them see Jesus in their own lives.

(D) Discipleship
Our vision is to have each student mentored by an adult—someone influencing them, where they can see how faith is lived out. We also desire to see our senior high students mentoring or disciplining a student two years younger than themselves.

(S) Service
A practical way for teens to know what it will be like to function in the main service after graduation is to be a part of it and to serve. We encourage teens to serve in the youth ministry and the main service.


Youth Group (6-12 grade)
Wednesday, 7-9PM, Rm 201

Community Group (6-12 grade)
Sunday, 11-12PM, Rm 201

Join us on Sunday mornings and make some friends! We’ll explore the truths of God and discuss what it means for our lives today!


Coastal Trail Biking, Wed, Jun 28, 7-10PM

Grab your bike, invite a friend and meet at Faith at 7PM.  Students in 6-12th grade are invited to get involved and this is a great place to start. We will bike the trail, have a snack along the way, and be back at Faith by 10PM. Don't forget your helmet and permission slip. See you on the trail!


South Fork Trail Hike, Wed, Jul 12, 5-10PM, Meet at Faith

Lace up for an evening hike on the South Fork, Hunter's Ridge Trail in Eagle River. This hike offers grand views of the Eagle River Valley and Anchorage. It’s got FUN written all over it! Students sixth through twelfth grade should wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather, pack camera and water bottle. Invite a friend to join you.