Past Events

Past Events

Oct 19, 2019

Ladies Game Night

Saturday at 5pm at the church. Bring a snack to share.
Oct 19, 2019

Game Changers

A Conference for Christian Children’s Worker’sSaturday, Oct 19; 9am-1pm @ BP Energy CenterFree, but limited space. Register at info@outofthenorth.org An experience that will equip, refresh and challenge you to reach the next generation in the Body of Christ.
Oct 13, 2019

Progressive Dinner

Progressive Dinner! Sunday, October 13. We move from house to house, eating different meal courses at each house. Sign up at the Back Table to host a portion of the dinner AND to participate. Groups are broken up to manageable numbers, 10-15 people for an appetizer house and 8-12 people for main course. The church will provide the meat for main course. Everyone participating brings something. See Stacey Cortez if you have any questions. We will have childcare. Please indicate…
Oct 6, 2019

Missions Meeting

Missions Meeting after church in the Fellowship Hall. Open to everyone. Come, help us reach into the city and all around the world.
Oct 3 – 5, 2019

2019 Women’s Retreat

Oct 3-5IMPACT1 Samuel 12:16@ Solid Rock Bible Camp in SoldotnaGuest Speaker is Laura DingmanFriday Night’s Banquet theme is “A Night at the Museum”Suggested Attire “After 5”Cost is $140You can register online at www.kenaichrisitanchurch.orgBrochures are on the Back Ladies Table.
Sep 28, 2019

Annual Camp Meeting

The annual camp meeting is September 28th at CCA beginning at 10am. At this meeting next summer’s camp dates with be decided. We will get those out to the congregation as soon as we have those dates. Then you can be planning ahead for next year. Everyone is invited to attend this meeting. Getting involved in camp is a great way to encourage our youth and pour into their lives.
Sep 21, 2019

Ladies Game Night

Saturday, September 21st @ 5pm in the Fellowship Hall. Mark your calendars.
Sep 16, 2019

Community Awareness with Opal Singleton

Love Alaska, Priceless, and Chosen are proud to present Opal Singleton for a special community awareness event on September 16! Opal is thevPresident and CEO of Million Kids, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to keeping kids safe from predators. Opal has trained more than 250,000 government and individual leaders about labor trafficking, child sex trafficking, sextortion, child pornography and social media exploitation. Opal will share her expertise around these issues and educate the community on ways to stay vigilant in the…
Sep 15, 2019

BBQ

Please join us after worship for food and fellowship downstairs. We will also open up the Lower Duplex so you can look at the progress that has been made in renovating for an Associate Minister.
Sep 15, 2019

Back to Church Sunday

After a busy summer, put Sunday worship back on your schedule. Back to Church Sunday is the perfect time to do that. Join us Sunday, September 15th and begin to make church a priority for you and your family! Our Worship Service starts at 11am. We will have a BBQ potluck after worship and an Open House for the Lower Duplex. Back to Church Sunday is a wonderful way to connect with the community, family, friends, present, and past members. Please…
Sep 7 – 15, 2019

Messiah’s Mansion

Messiah’s Mansion Sept 7-15, on the park strip, a group that travels from city to city is bringing a life-size replica of the original Jewish tent tabernacle used during the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt. Free event open to public.There will be some faulty doctrinal ideas posted, but the overall visual of the tabernacle should be of value.
Sep 14, 2019

Men’s Breakfast

Men’s Breakfast with Adam Meyers from Kenai Christian Church.Saturday, September 14th, 10a-12p @ CCA. Talking about the marginalized and human trafficking in Anchorage and how you can help. Adam is an abolitionist fighting against modern day slavery. He was brought out of ignorance while dean at summer camp when Rapha House came to speak as the missionary. Ever since he heard about child sex slavery, he has not been able to disengage his mind from this horrific reality. Instead of…