Missions: Scope & Support

The Chapel supports individual missionaries and mission organizations locally, statewide, nationally and internationally. Support decisions are made by our missions committee on a case by case basis. The missions committee is comprised of several people from our congregation and new members are always welcome.

At the bottom of this page you will find a list of places that offer local assistance in Anchorage. Some of these groups we support financially, some we do not. They all express compassion and wholehearted desire to serve those in need in the work they do.


Seafarers' Mission

Alaska Bible College - Milt & Kathy Peters

Arctic Barnabas - Ted & Marilyn Franke

Faith Recovery Fellowship - Goose Creek Correctional Facility

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Faith Recovery Fellowship

InterAct - George & Judy Richardson

SEND North - Mark & Nicola Faires

Solid Rock Bible Camp - Bob & Teressa Minnich


Child Evangelism Fellowship - Donna Woerter, Maine


Due to the sensitive nature of Mission Work, we have listed the international sending organizations rather than individual missionaries by name. If you would like to be praying for all our missionaries and need a complete listing, please contact Chapel By The Sea's office • (907) 345-4424

Global Outreach


Wycliffe Bible Translators

Friends of the Great Commission


SEND International

Africa Inland Mission


Local Assistance

Bean's Cafe - Breakfast and lunch served

Downtown Soup Kitchen - Lunch served

F.I.S.H. (Food Assistance) - Mon, Weds, Fri

Mother Lawrence Foundation - Food and clothing

Kids' Kitchen - Meals for children

St. Francis House - Emergency food

Salvation Army Family Emergency Services - McKinnell House

Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission - Single men only

AWAIC - Aid for abused women & children

Alaska Youth and Parent Foundation - Runaway & homeless teens

Beacon Hill - Serving children in foster care

Brother Francis Shelter - Emergency shelter for homeless men & women

Covenant House - Help for homeless & at-risk youth