faith ministries

There are many ways we at Faith are involved in our local community.
Check out our ministries within the FCC community and ministries outside of Faith that you can get involved in, too!

The Poor Box Ministry is a collection box in our Wisconsin Campus auditorium. It acts as a depository for funds that are dedicated to the poorest of the poor. These off-budget funds from contributors are designated for those who are “in the ditch,” like in the Good Samaritan story (Luke 10:25-37), separate from a need for ongoing support or representing a recurring event.

Days of Hope

Days of Hope at Faith is one of our ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus in Anchorage. We gather together and go out as Champions of Hope in the community. Past projects have included serving meals to anyone in need, gathering essentials in backpacks to pass out to people experiencing homelessness, and many more things!
Celebrate Recovery is a 12-step, Christ-centered recovery program. We believe that Jesus is the son of God, lived a perfect life, and died as a sacrifice for our sin. We believe that he rose to life three days later, and that he lives now. We believe that he sent the Holy Spirit to live inside of us and that is what gives us the power to find healing from our hurts, hangupsl, and habits.
Hands of Faith is a ministry devoted to helping others find a spiritual home in a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, with communication through American Sign Language. In the gospel of Matthew 5:16, 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, ministry involvement, and fellowship with other believers as we worship God.


At Faith Christian Community, we don’t believe that we are the only people doing good work for the Kingdom in Anchorage and beyond. In Ephesians 4:11–12, Paul says, “And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.” The body of Christ exists outside of the physical church building we meet in. The list below include ministries that we endorse locally and internationally. They are all faith-based ministries doing good work as the body of Christ, and we want you to know about them!

Alaska Correctional Ministries is a non-profit organization that provides ministry and programs to to help inmates and ex-offenders in Alaska turn their lives around 180 degrees. They partner with the Department of Corrections Chaplaincy Ministry statewide to mobilize and equip Alaska’s faith community in and around the prison system.
The Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission is a Christian organization that show's God's love through meeting practical needs like food, shelter, clothing, and providing hope. AGRM also serves people in need through laundry services, bible studies, GED support, recovery classes, etc.
The Community Pregnancy Center offers Christ-centered support, practical care, and information to men and women facing unplanned pregnancies in Alaska. They offer multiple resources to see parents empowered to choose abundant life for their families.
The Hope Center exists to show the love of Jesus by providing support to people in Anchorage in need. They provide shelter services, daily meals, laundry services, clothing handouts to homeless and low-income individuals and families, as well as Job Skills Training programs for people seeking to enter or reenter the workforce.
Priceless works to restore hope and redefine worth for survivors of human trafficking here in Alaska. As an initiative of Love Alaska, Priceless is the first and only organization in Alaska to focus solely on anti-trafficking and survivor care. They provide resources ranging from emergency and long-term housing, counseling, medical and legal services, job training, education completion, relocation services, mobile food pantry connections, etc.
Cambodia 316 is a non-profit organization that exists to educate, equip and bring hope through the gospel of Jesus Christ to children and youth of Cambodia. Currently, they are building relationships in the local village, training teachers, promoting education, helping upgrade school buildings, and improving the teaching environment, so they can eventually establish a Christian school for students in 1st through 6th grade.
Compassion International uses a holistic approach to combine physical, social, economic, and spiritual care for children together in the name of Jesus to release children from poverty. Through monthly sponsorship, kids have access to Christian Discipleship, nutritious food, clean water, medical care, education assistance, and job skills training. They partner with local churches across 27 countries to best address the needs of children in their communities.
With the help of generous donors, World Vision aims to protect kids from the global hunger crisis by responding in the 25 hardest-hit countries. They are a global Christian humanitarian organization that follows Christ's example of showing unconditional love to the poor and oppressed, whether they share in the faith or not. World Vision aids in community-based, sustainable development focused especially on the needs of children, provides emergency relief, promotes justice, partners with churches, grows public awareness, and acts as witness to Jesus Christ.