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Pastoral Support in June
Monetary Support for Peace of Kake Ministry
Connection of People to Check in and ask, "How are you doing?"
2 Missional Teams per year
Projects, Ceiling leaks, Electrical
Fully Installed Pastor
Full-time Pastor (housing and stipend provided) retired likes fishing.
Prayer for Commitment from Congregation
Chapel By the Lake, Juneau:
Fully Installed Pastor
Fully Installed Associate Pastor
Prayer and Support
Seasonally Need More People to Help
Seasonal Worker that want to participate in Church Planting
Substitute Preacher (to allow for vacations)
Speakers for Retreats
Church Wish List
Presbytery/Mission Affinity Group Meeting: We are gathering in Skagway April 13-15, 2018 for our Spring Meeting, worship, and possible train ride. Contact Ryan Mandeville if you are planning on coming or have questions.
Vacation Bible School in Haines, Alaska: After decades of running Vacation Bible School with 80 plus children coming to hear about Jesus, Haines needs some new faces to come in and run the program. If your mission team is looking for a place to serve, contact Ron at 907-766-2797 or email@example.com
Pastor in Hoonah, Alaska: Hoonah is currently seeking a part-time tent making pastor to serve the congregation. If you love to fish for men and halibut, this might be the place for you. Church Information form available HERE.
Alaska itself is beautiful, stunning, wild, and a constant reminder of God's creativity in creation, as glaciers and rivers are still carving the earth today. The places where God has planted the churches of Alaska Presbytery are no different. There are 6 churches in our presbytery, and 3 of them are beachfront locations, in 5 you can see the ocean, at 4 you can see a glacier, and in all 6 you will be welcomed as a partner in the largest mission field in America.
Only one church has more than 300 covenant partners, 4 have under 40 covenant partners. 5 have existed for over 100 years and one for under 5 years. Elders, Commissioned Lay Pastors, and a few Ordained Pastors lead the various churches as best we know how. Each story of how we each ended up here is different, but they all include the spectacular scenery, nature's bounty, welcoming communities, and a desire to follow God, even if he does call us to the ends of the earth.
Our life together is different, because Alaska is different. Only 2 of our churches have a McDonald's in their town, or any national fast food restaurant. For our Presbytery Meetings, some take 737's to cover the 574 miles and some take Cessna's in order to make it. Two churches are on islands, one is on the mainland, but but you cannot drive there because the town is surrounded by an icefield. Only three of our churches are accessible by road. Our two closest churches are 17 miles apart by water or air, but to drive between Haines and Skagway, is 343 miles.