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.
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- CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!!! Gambell adult work teams are now being scheduled for the summer and fall of 2018 to help finish the interior of the new Gambell church building. For more information on details such as location, skills needed, please visit our Gambell New Building page.
- Rev. Alice Green will be inducted into the Alaska Women's Hall of Fame on May 1, 2018 at 6:00 p.m at the First Baptist Church (1100 W. 10th Street) in Anchorage. Everyone is invited! We are calling on as many people as possible from across the presbytery to be there to publicly celebrate her outstanding ministry among us. Please come and join her for this moment of recognition!