North Anchorage Church of God

A Place to Call Home


Who We Are

Here at the North Anchorage Church of God we hope to serve the city of Anchorage by being a place for everyone to call home. Whether that is providing a meal on Wednesday’s, hosting a holiday celebration or simply being a place to feel safe and feel God’s love through His people. We hope you will join us and we look forward to welcoming you into the family of God.

Our mission is to serve our community with love and to offer you and your family a place to receive the word of God, worship freely and feel at home. 

What You Need to Know

Below is a quick snapshot of our service times and you can expect for each.

Sunday celebration 9:45am, 11AM & 6:30pm

Join us for morning praise and worship followed by a sermon by a member of leadership. Children’s church as well as a nursery are provided.

Wednesday Night L.I.T.E dinner-6pm family training hour- 7pm

Dinner is on us! A free meal is provided before our evening service. Join us for a great time of fellowship and studying God’s Word. We are here to Lead, Instruct, Train and Equip the saints for the work of ministry.

Friday night prayer


We all need a moment alone with the Lord after a long week. Pray with us and other members of the family for our “Sweet Hour Of Prayer” to end your week with meditation and rejuvenation.

Other reoccurring events

Women’s Bible Study: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7pm

Food Bank: Have a need? Let us help you by providing the food you need for your family. Our Food Bank is open every Thursday from 10am-12pm, pending adequate resources.


“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

II Chronicles 7:14


A Brief History of the Church of God

The Church of God began on August 19, 1886, in Monroe County, Tennessee, near the North Carolina border.  Former Baptist Richard Green Spurling preached in a millhouse along Barney Creek and eight persons formed a Christian Union for the purpose of following the New Testament as their rule for faith and practice, giving each other equal rights and privilege to interpret Scripture, and sitting together as the church of God.  Twenty-one years later the growing movement formally adopted the name Church of God.

Ten years after the organizational meeting, a revival at the Shearer Schoolhouse in nearby Camp Creek, North Carolina, introduced the doctrine of sanctification to the community.  Opposition to this doctrine led to severe persecution, but a spirit of revival prevailed and the Holiness believers experienced an outpouring of the Holy Spirit that included speaking in tongues and divine healing.  Such experiences prepared the way for the explosion of the Pentecostal movement in the early twentieth century.

Under the leadership of our first General Overseer, A. J. Tomlinson, the Church of God adopted a centralized form of Church government with an inclusive International General Assembly (1906), launched a world evangelization effort beginning in the Bahamas (1909), inaugurated the Church of God Evangel (1910), and established educational opportunities for ministers and members (1918).  Today Church of God ministries include more than 7 million members in 178 nations and territories.  Some 36,000 congregations serve around the world, while regional and international ministries provide resources and support through our divisions of World Evangelization, Care, Discipleship, Education, and Support Services.

For further information on the history of the Church God, see Living the Word: 125 Years of Church of God Ministry and Like A Mighty Army, both of which are available through Pathway Bookstore. Additional historical resources are at the Dixon Pentecostal Research Center.