Back Next St. Paul's Church, Eagle, Alaska  


29 July 1993: This log church was built by Presbyterian minister Rev. James Kirk sometime after 1899.
set up a reading room in a corner of his residence to entice men out of the local saloons.  When the
Klondike gold rush petered out, church attendance dwindled, and the property was transferred to the
Episcopalian Church in 1905 and became St. Paul's.

The property is now owned by the Eagle Historical Society, and is only used for weddings and special occasions.

If you are looking for a "destination wedding," consider Eagle's St. Paul's Church on the banks of the
the beautiful Yukon River.