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First Congregational Church of Anchorage (FCC) is a great place to look for God, learn more and grow deeply in your faith. If you are looking for a church home, try us out. Worship with us and feel welcomed. God continues to do exciting things through all of us! We are located at 2610 E. Northern Lights Blvd. near the intersection of Lake Otis Blvd, next to Wendler Middle School. Our phone number is 907-272-8363. Click here for a map and directions to the church. Click here for Kate's office hours. Worship services are every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. If you have any questions or are facing any personal needs, feel free to contact us. God's love is for all of us, especially when our needs are the deepest. We look forward to seeing you!
Read Rev. George Blair's message and more about our current events in the Newsletter. Read his latest sermon. Read the weekly bulletin. View our current calendar.
Upcoming Events
February is #10 can collection for Kids' Kitchen month. February 21st is Elgin Jones's 76th birthday, and FCC is once again honoring his dedication to providing free meals for children by collecting #10 cans of fruits and vegetables. We will assemble the cans in the Narthex starting January 31st through the month of February. Our goal is 76 cans-- we can do it! If you would rather donate $, we will have a basket and someone will purchase the cans for you. We have invited Elgin to join us in church on Sunday, February 21 to celebrate his birthday and to let him know how much we support his good work in our community.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper February 9, 6 pm. We need volunteers! Please let Kate know (272-8363) if you can help set up, serve, and/or clean up.
The Lenten Season. On February 10, we will begin the 40 days of preparation for Easter. We will begin our observance of Lent with an Ash Wednesday Service, 8:00 pm, on February 10. Then, every Tuesday evenings at 5:30from February 16 through March 22, we will hold a series of Taize-style services. The services will include Taize or similar musical chants, silence times, and Bible and/or other readings. Please contact Lynn Barber or Kathy Means through the Church if you wish to play an instrument during any of the services.
Holy Week begins with a March 20 Palm Sunday service, followed by our annual bean-a-fit potluck for Bean's Cafe. We will gather for our annual Tenebrae Service at 8:00 pm on Maundy Thursday, March 24 and at noon on Good FridayMarch 25 for an hour of prayer and meditation. That evening, from 6-8 pm, Clear Water Church will hold a Good Friday service in our Meeting House (Sanctuary); everyone is welcome to join them. On Sunday, March 27, we will have a joyous Easter service.
Bible Study is held Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. Rev. George leads us in an interesting comparative analysis and discussion of the Bible, focusing on that Sunday's scripture readings and the sermon. No experience required. Everyone is welcome.

We Support F.I.S.H.:Please put non-perishable fruit, soup, or canned or packets of powdered milk in your cart next time you are shopping and bring them to the plastic bins in the narthex marked for F.I.S.H. Another way you can help is by saving your egg cartons; they get eggs donated in bulk and need the cartons for distributing to needy families.

Revitalization workshop. On April 24-26, 2015, Rev. Patty Haheim led our congregation in a workshop to help revitalize our church. Click here for the ideas generated at the workshop that will help our church move forward into the future.

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ALL ARE WELCOME at First Congregational Christian Church of Anchorage

Worship 10:30 am

Sunday School 10:45 am

Fellowship 11:30 am

Communion 3rd Sunday of each month.
All are welcome.
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