1984.5#42. The Holy Resurrection Church in Belkofski was built by the Russian Orthodox Mission. Earliest evidence of this building go back to 1879 when a church account stated their were 650 Orthodox souls living in Belkofski. The oldest printed evidence from a Sitka newspaper recognize this building in 1887. Among other unique features this is one of very few churches of the era that did not have an Onion Dome. Instead it had three pyramidal cupolas. I was fortunate to get to visit this before it collapsed and burned. I have photos of the inside that I will add to this site in the future. The church bell and many items from inside the church were saved by the people of King Cove and now reside in St. Herman Church in King Cove. What isn't in King Cove was taken to other Churches. Belkovski Village, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska.