We have a variety of offerings…
Current Offerings for Summer Months
Sunday services - 8am (no music) & 10am (with music) Many opportunities to be involved in worship
Mondays @ 11am: Scripture Reflections : WILL RESUME IN SEPTEMBER Scripture reflections is open to anyone would like to gather with others for an informal weekly discussion of the upcoming Sunday scriptures.
Monday (3rd Monday of the month) @ 11am: Worship Leader Meeting Open to anyone interested in servicing during worship….
Wednesdays: 11am-2pm - Bishop’s Tea House (in the Historic See House) Open to visitors and locals; complimentary tea and coffee is served; scones, other baked goods, and gifts are available for purchase..
Wednesdays @ 5:30pm - Scripture Walks in Totem Park
A peaceful walk through Totem park, reflecting on scriptures, prayers, readings honoring creation
Thursdays: 11am-2pm - Bishop’s Tea House (in the See House) Open to visitors and locals; complimentary tea and coffee is served; scones, other baked goods, and gifts are available for purchase..
Thursdays @ 11am - Books & Conversations - WILL RESUME IN SEPTEMBER
Fridays @ 10am - St Simeon & St Anna Morning Prayer service
Held in the See House
*learn more about this gathering of elders - Society of St Simeon & St Anna
Current Offerings FOR SUMMER
***Special Family Gatherings will be held throughout the summer months - watch for dates!
Family friendly services every Sunday at 10am (opportunities for the kids/families to be involved in worship)
outreach & Community
***Bishop’s Tea House will be held on Wednesdays & Thursdays (11am-2pm) during the months of June, July, August - in the Beautiful Historic See House (behind the Church) - This is a hospitality outreach offering - stop in for some tea, scones and baked goods!
We support and we are engaged in a variety of local, state, national, and international outreach efforts.
1st Sunday of the month is our monthly in-gathering of non-perishable foods and monetary donations for outreach!
Just to name a few: Sunday Manna Meal offering (in collaboration with Sitka Lutheran Church, Sitka United Methodist Church, Sitka Adventist Church, And St Gregory’s Catholic Church), Episcopal Relief & Development, SERRVE Fair Trade, Alaska Prison Ministries, Episcopal Recovery Ministries, Brave Heart Volunteers, Blessings in a Backpack, Salvation Army Utility Assistance, SOS: A Lifeline Group, SAFV, SCPS, Youth Advocates of Sitka, St Peter’s Fellowship Farm (The Sitka Local Foods Network) and others.