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Pastor Matt's August Alaska Visit


The Presbyterian Church (USA) sent a delegation of leaders--including Pastor Matt--to Juneau the last week of August, 2023, to spend time with the Lingít Native American community. The Lingít experienced lasting trauma caused by the Presbyterian Church's closure of their local church in 1962. PC(USA) is taking steps to apologize for the harm caused by this closure. Yvonne Krumley of KTOO News wrote in an article:

Presbyterian Church leaders came to Juneau this week to learn how exactly they ought to make an apology. The visit is part of a plan to formally apologize to the Lingít community for the 1962 closure of Memorial Presbyterian Church, which destroyed an important center for the Lingít community in downtown Juneau. 

As Pastor Matt entered the space last week in which the healing conversations were set to occur, Ḵunéix̱ Hídi Northern Light United Church, he felt both the great weight of what they were there to achieve as well as the sense of standing on holy ground. Read his reflection on this experience, Perhaps vulnerability is what God was looking for ….


Immersed in learning about and developing relationships with the Lingít (also spelled Tlingit) community, Pastor Matt wants to understand their culture, listen to their elders, and as he says in his post on the Presbyterian Mission website, "do the work" that it will take to begin to repair the harm. Read his post a path forward is starting to take shape …

Everyone involved in this dialogue is risking feeling vulnerable, but vulnerability can open us to healing. It is a risk that merits taking! There will be more information to come about the apology and the relationships shaped by this process. Additional meetings are planned for October of 2023.

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FISH Company Men's Bible Study, Tuesday mornings, 8 am on Zoom, 

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Women's Bible Study, Wednesday mornings, 9 am, Fellowship Hall

Naomi Circle Bible Study, 2nd Monday, 1 pm, Fellowship Hall; A new study begins September 11. All women welcome.

Book Club, 3rd Thursday, 10:30 am, Fellowship Hall; We meet September 21.

Prayer Shawl Ministry, 3rd Thursday, 1 pm, contact office for more info.

Past Events

Clallam Bay Pres 4 resized

2023 Clallam Bay Presbyterian's Last Service

2023 Camp David table conversations

2023 Camp David Jr. Retreat

2023 Easter Brunch 1

Church Family Enjoying Easter Brunch 2023

2023 Celebrate the Children 1

The "Celebrate the Children" Event 2023

2022 Lavender Potluck 1

Potluck at B&B Lavender Farm 2022

2022 Pie Sunday

The Pies Lined Up for Pie Sunday 2022


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