The Presbytery of Yukon is a governing body of the Synod of Alaska-Northwest, Presbyterian Church (USA). While our office is based in Anchorage, Alaska, the Presbytery of Yukon consists of 21 churches throughout the state. Our boundaries are from Barrow in the north to Anchorage in the south, from Kaktovik in the east to Gambell in the west. This is equivalent to an area covering Duluth, Minnesota to Tulsa, Oklahoma and from Sault Ste Marie, Michigan to Casper, Wyoming.
In the Presbytery of Yukon, there are four distinct language and culture groups: the Inupiat Eskimos are in the north and speak Inupiaq; the Yupik Eskimos are in the west and speak St. Lawrence Island Yupik; in the Interior and South Central are Koreans and English speakers.
For more information about the Presbytery of Yukon you can
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or give us a call at 907-276-0914.
The next Presbytery Meeting
will be held on
October 6th & 7th, 2017
- Check out our latest newsletter.
- A Renewal & Healing Event took place in Utqiagvik on February 6-9, 2017. Click HERE to visit the event page for more information about the event and the Apology.
- The Yukon Presbyterian Women Spring Gathering will be held on May 5th & 6th, 2017 at United Protestant Church (713 Denali Street, Palmer). From 6-8pm on Friday, May 5th, join us for a pot luck dinner and guest speaker Rev. Tim Carrick. Then from 10am-3pm on Saturday, May 6th, we will have morning fellowship, our annual meeting and election of officers, presentation/discussion about the PC(USA) Apology in Utqiag'vik, and worship. Lunch will be provided by the host church. All women are invited and encouraged to attend.