St. James the Fisherman

Episcopal Church

421 Thorsheim Street

Kodiak, AK


Why ordinary? Nothing going on?

"Ordinary time" is the term the church came up with to describe that time between major Feasts like Christmas and Easter, when God is definitely still at work, and many faithful definitely still worship and celebrate and minister in the community! It just means no major feasts, not abstaining completely from celebrating, which we do every Sunday, the day of Resurrection!  So, just because it's summer, don't quit coming to church! Come join us. We're just not that ordinary!

Noonday Prayers

Every Wednesday, we gather for an expanded Noonday Prayer service for 30 minutes, from 12:10-12:40! Break up the week with sanctuary with God.

Children's Education

Every Sunday, during the 10 a.m. service, our children learn about the values taught by Jesus, and then join us at Communion. 

Sunday Services

Held at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., we welcome you to hear the Word of God and receive Communion each Sunday.

The family of St. James the Fisherman seeks

to share and spread the joy of Christ's message

by reaching out in service to each other

and the wider community.

Agape Thursdays

Every Thursday at 5:30 p.m., except in Holy Week, we share a meal, discuss the Gospel, and celebrate Communion in an informal way in the Rectory next to the church.