St Peter's by-the-Sea

Episcopal Church

Sitka, Alaska

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Saint Peter's by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Sitka, Alaska, is steeped in the history and traditions of early Southeast Alaska.  Please take a few minutes to visit their wonderful website.   St. Peter's is one of only four sites worldwide that have a planting from the Glastonbury Thorn. There is the original--"planted" over 2000 years ago by Joseph Arimathea--at Glastonbury Abbey, one at the Royal Palace in England, one in Washington DC, and in Sitka, Alaska.


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Interior Sanctuary


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Side view of the pipes


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Close up view of the pipes


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Another closeup view of the pipes


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Another view of the console

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Another view of the pipes