Welcoming people back to church has become a big deal in churches. There's even a National Back to Church Sunday on September 20. But what if it isn't "back" to church for you? What if your parents didn't do church, and you don't know what to expect? What if you want to make a fresh start, and the idea of God in your life seems like a way to do it? What if you are afraid you won't belong? We hope you'll join us any Sunday that you can get up the courage to come. As you are.

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.

Welcome Back Sunday

Celebrate returning to the Fall program schedule and the start-up of Sunday School with us Sunday, Sept. 13 after the 10 a.m. service. Bring a brunch dish to pass if you are able, but show up anyway, even if you can't!

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.

Children's Education

We begin Sunday School Sept. 13 with a class for 4 years old-2nd grade, and a class for grades 3-6. 

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 Parish Hall. Free meal and fellowship!

St. James the Fisherman

Episcopal Church

421 Thorsheim Street

Kodiak, AK