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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. Click here for a map and directions to the church. 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:

Bible Study is held Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. Rev. George leads us in an interesting comparative analysis and discussion of the Bible. No experience required. Everyone is welcome.

Be a Part of FCC’s Christian Education Ministry. We’re in need of a new teacher for the Youth class next year (5th-8th grade), and would like that person to transition this spring.  Since that would mean you’ll begin teaching April 19, 2015, we’re hoping you’ll be able to work with Kathy Bailey for the first part of April to become familiar with the curriculum and get to know the children.

We have enough curriculum set for the whole year next year—and it’s one the youth are really enjoying, with modern movie clips and current cultural references. If you believe that one of the most important functions of a church is to guide our children and youth toward a life guided by Jesus’ teaching, come spend some time with them each week as they make this journey.  You probably already know that you’ll learn as much or more from them as they will from you. If you’re interested, sit down with a member of the Christian Education Board soon.

Easter Week at FCC

Sunday, March 29, 2015, Palm Sunday, commemorates Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem. According to the Bible accounts, the crowds shouted hosannas and placed palm branches in the road before him as Jesus rode into the city on the back of a humble donkey. We celebrate the day with palms and a special program for our children. 10:30 am.

On Thursday, April 2, Maundy Thursday, everyone is encouraged to gather again in Cary Mead Hall at 6:00 pm for a “Family Haggadah,” or Seder. This is the traditional meal that Jews have been sharing for more than 3,000 years, and will help us have an experience that is something like what would have been part of Jesus’ and the Disciples’ lives on the day of The Last Supper.

On Good Friday, April 3, at 12:00 pm there will be a reading of the seven last words interspersed with silent meditation to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus. You are invited to come spend an hour in quiet reflection and meditation on the death of this good man and what it means to your life today.

Memorial Baby Blankets are requested for the Newborn Intensive Care Unit and Providence. When a baby dies in the NICU, the nurses give the parents a special memorial baby blanket. This is a chance for knitters, crocheters, quilters to share some of your love for grieving families with your hand crafted baby blankets.

We Support F.I.S.H.: Please put canned fruit, soup, or packages of powdered milk in your shopping cart next time you are at the store and bring them to the plastic bins in the narthex. Especially needed is baby formula, canned fruit, and packets of oatmeal or dry cereal.

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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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and the Pacific Northwest Association of Congregational Christian Churches (PNACCC)