Central News

Fight for social justice could renew struggling churches​

Central Lutheran's Pastor Jeff Hackler was recently featured in an article by the Alaska Dispatch News.

Click here to read the article.

Upcoming Events


Our worship and study schedule: 

† Join us in-person or via our livestream for 9:30 am Sunday worship services.  In our facility, unvaccinated people should wear masks (and we have masks to offer you upon request) and all visitors to Central are asked to maintain distance between household groups, to wash or sanitize their hands often during their visit, and to be gracious to those still needing to protect their health.  Most small groups, rental group meetings, studies, and shared meals are resuming, with the above health protection stipulations.  

The Anchorage Farmers Market will return next summer, 2022.  

Wanted: donations of shelf-stable foods like pre-packaged trail mix, granola bars, dried fruits, meal bars, jerky, packets of tuna, canned meats and bottled water for the church office to have on hand for hungry neighbors.  It’s a blessing to be able to offer two or three items to a hungry person along with the directions to the Food Pantry.  Also welcome, donations of canned and boxed foods that we can pass on to the Lutheran Social Services of Alaska Food Pantry.  

Local Organizing Ministry:  Want to make a difference in your community? Along with Anchorage Faith & Action Congregations Together AFACT, Central folks and Pastor Jeff, listens to our congregation and Fairview neighbors, builds relationships, and develops leaders.  Through these relationships, we identify issues and work to effect change in ourselves and in the public sphere. Contact Pastor Jeff  to find out how you can get involved. We meet every other Tuesday and the current focus is to get to know our Fairview neighbors and our homeless neighbors and see how we can grow relationships with them.   

Central Seniors/Golden Opportunities:  Wednesday coffee klatsches is at 9 am at Kaladi Brothers Coffee on Brayton Drive in the near future.  

Our Helping Hands Coat Closet is newly cleaned and organized, and every item of donated clothing has been washed and sorted.  This closet, near the main entry to the Church, is stocked with extra coats and other items that can be given to visitors and shelter guests in need of a warm and clean layer.  We welcome freshly laundered donations of wearable items in a variety of sizes.  Needed now: GLOVES in adult sizes, blankets or sleeping bags, men's sweat pants and track pants.


The Lutheran Social Services of Alaska (LSSA) Food Pantry welcomes your donation of canned meats, chili, soup, canned fruit, dried potato mixes, tuna and peanut butter, and more, and your donation of time if you're able to help prepare food boxes for clients.  

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