Call Us: +1.907973-2042

PO Box 501 
Kake, AK 99830

Starting from a worship God held by native Tlingits, on Kupreanof Island in 1912, the Presbyterian presence in Kake has grown to bless the whole island as the body of Christ in our island community. 22 Covenant Partners gather with 35-40 people on a Sunday, amongst 600 people on the island. Our church opens its doors to all. Our Tlingit Elders would state our church family has spread a blanket to comfort our community in times of sadness, provided care in times of need, and celebrated together our joys.

In order to serve the singular purpose of witnessing to Jesus Christ, we have weekly Sunday worship, weekly Bible studies, daily morning devotional, and fellowship moments as part of their church life. We are into our seventh year of providing a Friday “soup kitchen” called “The Peace of Kake Café.” Our Café welcomes all to a moment of a meal, devotional, prayer and fellowship for the community of Kake. We host the Good News Club every Tuesday for young children and “Youth Cafe” for teenagers and young adults to teach them the Word of God. In doing this, we are following God's call to mission in Acts 1:8 to, “Be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

We invite you to partner with us in great and small ways. Each year, there is always room for one or two mission teams to come and work on building projects and run a Vacation Bible School. There is also needs for smaller teams to provide haircuts, as no one is currently professionally trained, give music lessons, or teach financial management courses to help our population extend their resources. We also have a dream of moving to an alternative energy source, as the church costs $0.65/kwh to have the lights on, but do not have the resources currently to institute a plan. Supporting the costs of Peace of Kake and Youth Cafe are also welcome.

Kake Memorial