Your Visit:

We are so glad that you have decided to visit Anchorage City Church! We hope that your time with us will be enjoyable, meaningful, and cause you to grow closer to Christ.  Please take a moment to find out what to expect on your first visit with us! 

The basics

We worship together on Sundays at 10:30 am and our dress code is Alaskan casual. If you have children ages birth to 6th grade, please click here to find out everything you need to know about checking them in and what to expect!

Before or after the service, look for a red tent to learn how to get connected!

Please click here for our location information and map.


We. Love. Coffee!

Check out the City Cafe`  or our free drip  coffee location in the lobby. Please come early as it is not open during worship times. 


Our services begin with a time of corporate worship of God (in the name of His Son, Jesus Christ). You will see people freely worshiping God by standing, sitting, singing, quietly meditating, raising hands or clapping. We do this as an expression of our love and adoration of God. Please participate as you feel comfortable doing so! 

Our worship gatherings sometimes include moments of Exhortation (Bible-based inspirations and insights spoken publicly) and Prophecy (as described in 1 Corinthians Chapter 14). 

These spiritual messages are allowed to be delivered only by members and leaders of City Church, and as directed by a pastor or elder. Each listener should discern how the message applies to their lives accordingly (1 Corinthians 14:29-33). 

Not meant to replace the main message of the pastor or guest speaker, exhortations and prophetic messages are meant by God to encourage, build up, and sometimes warn the listener to avoid actions called sin. 

In all, worship times give direction, encouragement, and strength needed to live out the teachings of Jesus! 


We  enjoy a variety of music styles in worship . We also believe that worship is mainly for God; therefore, we practice moments of waiting in His presence (Presence Oriented) to listen and pray according to the direction of the Holy Spirit. 


The final part of the service is a sermon delivered by the lead pastor or other associate pastor on staff. This is a message that is inspired by the Holy Spirit and prepared by the pastor specifically for our congregation.

To listen to sermons that you may have missed or would enjoy hearing again, please click here.