Meal services are open to the public and are served daily.
- Breakfast 6-7:15AM Monday-Friday; Saturday-Sunday brunch 10-11AM
- Supper 4:30-6:00PM
Families are welcome. Parents are required to supervise their children (eyes-on) at all times. The children’s dinner library has books available to read during the meal and/or take home.
The Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission kitchen feeds the homeless, the working poor and needy families 7500-9000 meals per month; providing breakfast, lunch (program enrollees only and cold weather day shelter) and dinner to those in need 365 days a year. Feeding the hungry in numbers of this size has led us to the need to expand and improve on the kitchen. If you would like to contribute, your efforts would be greatly appreciated and would enhance the service we provide to the population we serve.
Our shelter’s clients can tell you that there is never any reason to go away hungry after being served here. The meals are provided by selfless donations from our community demonstrating God’s love by example and in a practical manner. The Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission kitchen is a safety net for those who find themselves in need of a meal. Sharing our table is a blessing to some in our community who may never see the love of Christ elsewhere.
Guests staying in our overnight shelter are provided a meal from the Rescue Mission kitchen as well as a safe, warm and welcoming environment. Most nights we sleep 100 souls and feed approximately 250-275 people.
While some truly bless others with a simple smile to brighten their day, others provide the generous outpouring of food, assistance and monetary donations giving our kitchen the ability to serve those who come to us.
Thank you for partnering with us in prayer and being a part of God’s provision for those in need. The Mission is entirely funded by donations from the community and takes no government funds. Your prayerful financial support provides practical care for those less fortunate in the community.
- Pets of the Homeless (Food for needy service animals and pets of the homeless)
- Division of Public Assistance
- Anchorage Food Bank
- United Way (Dial 211 for Shelter options)
- Read the USDA Non-Discrimination Statement