Please consider giving 10% of your PFD to enable us to provide support to these missions:
Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission is dedicated to demonstrating the love and power of God and to bringing people into a life-changing relationship with his son Jesus Christ.
AWAIC (Abused Women’s Aid In Crisis) is dedicated to domestic violence safe shelter and intervention.
Clare House provides temporary, emergency 24-hour shelter for women with children and expectant mothers (over 18).
Downtown Soup Kitchen exists to demonstrate God’s heart for the hungry and homeless in Anchorage. It also provides a shelter for homeless women.
F.I.S.H. (Fellowship In Serving Humanity) delivers emergency food aid to people in need in Anchorage, responding to a call for help through a network of volunteers.
Food Bank of Alaska is dedicated to eliminating hunger in Alaska by obtaining and providing food to partner agencies feeding hungry people, and through anti-hunger leadership.
Emergency Cold Weather Shelter We partner with seven other Anchorage churches to provide emergency shelter for homeless families who are referred to us through AWAIC. We serve those in need on Monday nights from October through May. Our guests receive a light evening snack, a quiet, warm and safe place to sleep, a simple breakfast, and an assurance that God loves them.
PLUME is Presbyterians and Lutherans United with Methodists and Episcopalians to do ministry in areas where one denomination can’t do it alone. Emphasis currently is in the valley/rail belt. Lay pastor training is helps to train lay leaders, especially native leaders for native churches. Support for village churches takes the form of assistance with the extremely high costs of heating fuel, emergency maintenance issues, sharing the cost of insurance, and providing occasional visits to villages without Teaching Elders (ordained ministers).
Bingle Camp is the Presbytery’s camp in the interior providing Christian camping experiences for youth both within and outside of the Presbyterian denomination.
Gambell Presbyterian Church We are building a new church home for the people of Gambell on St. Lawrence Island through a partnership of the existing local congregation, the Yukon Presbytery, volunteer leaders from First Presbyterian Church Anchorage and other member churches. Construction of the foundation and outer structure began in Summer 2014 with continued work through the Summers of 2015 and 2016, including volunteer teams from the lower 48.