The Alaska United Methodist Conference is a Missionary Conference in the United Methodist Church and has relied upon the support of churches around the denomination as it has been in ministry with the people of “The Last Frontier.”
From the first Methodist missionary work in Wrangell in 1877, through the expansion during the Klondike Gold Rush, to the first Annual Meeting in 1904, and on through the booms of World War II and oil discovery…the work of Methodists in Alaska has been the work of Christians near and far, many of whom never set foot in the Territory or State.
In continuing this tradition of partnership, September 8, 2019 is being celebrated as an Alaska Conference Special Sunday, with an offering to support the continuing work of the Alaska Conference. Your gifts will help our 28+ churches and ministries continue to bring the love of Christ in some challenging and wonderful environments–spread over 650,000 square miles.
More resources and information to come.