Life in Palmer
Alaska Bible Colllege is proud to call Palmer, Alaska home. The campus moved from Glennallen to Palmer in 2013 and offers scenic views of the Chugach and Talkeetna Mountain Ranges.
Matanuska Colony Project
Early days of the Colony project.
Matanuska Colony in 1935
Palmer was colonized in 1935 after Midwesterners took a chance to cultivate rugged Alaska.
Hatcher’s Pass is home to the Independance Mine which was established in 1938. Today it is a beautiful historic park with hiking trails.
Four rEASONS TO LIVE AND LEARN IN pALMER
Alaska Bible College is nestled right into historic downtown Palmer. Between the beautiful scenery and the quaint shops, you are sure to fall in love with this community.
Each Friday there are a plethora of vendors selling farm to table goods, right across the street from Campus.
Palmer enjoys local outdoor music events that take place from April-October.
Palmer is within one hour drive from Anchorage. Being located in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, it is home to a multitude of church bodies, and ministry opportunities.