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A lively new Filipino fellowship that meets Saturday evenings in Sitka
Insight into Alaska Native culture
A church in Juneau transports children to a morning breakfast program they started
A brief historical look at totem poles, how they’ve been perceived and their true value in faith stories. Footage includes a visit to Nathan Jackson’s shop in Ketchikan. Jackson is known as the best totem pole carver in the world.
Our faith is meant to be living and active. On August 22, 2010, many Alaska churches closed their doors and lived out what it looked like for church to be a verb.
A February 25, 2011 gathering of Presbyterians, Lutherans, United Methodists & Episcopalians to celebrate a new era in cooperative ministry