404 N Yenlo St.- Suite 105, Wasilla, Alaska    907-355-8625

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.  Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.   For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”  – Matthew 11:28-30

Welcome to Faith Recovery Fellowship

This ministry was officially founded in late 2014, but truly began over 2000 years ago. We are a ministry primarily focused on providing transitional support to those leaving prison (or struggling on the outside) and entering society.   Too many people leave the confines of Alaska institutions with the best of intentions only to find themselves without any support, limited employment prospects and temptations around every corner.

Through Faith Recovery Fellowship we aim to address this very tough transition point in a believer’s walk with the Lord.  Our ministry reaches inside Palmer, Goose Creek and Hiland Mountain correctional facilities where we have been blessed to witness the Lord’s miraculous work in the hearts and minds of dozens and dozens of individuals.   Faith Recovery Fellowship is an extension of that ministry, focused on helping these individuals in their walk with the Lord – through regular fellowship and encouragement.


If you are struggling to find fellowship, perhaps you feel uncomfortable walking into a local church,  join us without any fear of judgment.  Please, contact us, and let us share our program with you.   We are here for you, we are here for each other.

In Christ we will be victorious!



Recent News and Posts!

Want to Thank all of you for Birthday Wishes, and Blessing you have been to me. Yes another year older....Kelly ... See MoreSee Less

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Jimmy Stewart, state evangelism and Church health director for Alaska Baptist, has been in a gas explosion at his cabin near Talkeetna, Alaska and has been air evacuated to Seattle Washington for treatment of burns. Join us in prayer! At this point all I know is that no one else in the family was injured. ... See MoreSee Less

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What a blessed day, Had coffee with Chaplain Thompson and Chaplain Duncan this afternoon in Anchorage, before I left the resturant a young man ( a waiter) came up to me and said, " Thanks for coming out there."
The young man is out of prison and has a great job, I praise God for allowing me to be in His Service. Wow, what a blessing. Kelly
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What a beautiful day. Lots done in the yard, yard mowed, laundry done, well washed and hanging in the gorgous sun. Won't be to long for those to get done, and they will smell sooooo good. Trash hauled to landfill. yeah.... Only to discover it rained and rained hard while we were gone..well ....still doing laundry. LOL ... See MoreSee Less

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I would like to Thank all of you who have your Fred Meyer card set up with the Community Reward program. The points you have earned are matched by Fred Meyer to support community projects. Those points turn into dollars, which helps Faith Recovery Fellowship (#81582) purchase supplies and materials for prisoner re-entry, Fred Meyer is asking you to re-link by June 30, 2016. If you forget or don't re-link you will be dropped from our account. If you are not en-rolled with Fred Meyer Community Reward Program I encourage you to do so by clicking on the following link. .https://www.fredmeyer.com/topic/community-rewards-4 ... See MoreSee Less

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Today we remember those who fought for us in ALL branches of military. Thank you to those who still fight the fight. ... See MoreSee Less

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