Online Services

Zoom services for all on Sundays from St Peter’s Anglican Church in Château d’Oex at 17.30. Please scroll down to the pink background and for latest details look at the announcements on the tab Upcoming Events.

All Saints, Vevey

The wonderful team at our sister church All Saints in Vevey put together worship resources every week to help us to stay connected and worship together in spirit during these extraordinary times.
Below you will find links to these services (including from St Peter’s, Château d’Oex if you scroll down to to the pink characters); or you can explore the resources on the All Saints website:

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All Saints' Church
Welcome to All Saints, a vibrant Anglican Church serving the English speaking community in the town of Vevey, Switzerland.

10h30 | Zoom MORNING WORSHIP
Join us online on Sunday morning for worship led by Clive & Yvonne.
http://www.allsaints.ch/sermons/
Please note that a separate video and audio recording of Clive’s talk will be available on the church website here from Saturday and you can download the service sheet, here
http://The Second Sunday of Lent | Talk | The Flex | James 4:13-17 (Video)
Louise Bowley, our Church Administrator, will send out an email with the link. For more details please contact her on admin@allsaints.ch.
 
Dear All Saints Family | SET YOUR ALARMS
Lent begins this Wednesday, 17th February and I would like to invite you to set your alarms for 12h00 and join me each weekday for 60 seconds through until Easter Sunday.  Yes, just 60 seconds; and in that 60 seconds to pray for our new Chaplain, our Wardens and Council and the interregnum that’s ahead.  You might find this prayer helpful!
 
Loving God,
as we journey together through this period of transition,
we thank you for your everlasting faithfulness to us.
At this time of uncertainty and change we ask that you send us your Holy Spirit,
to fill us with your vision, energy, and faithfulness in prayer.
We ask that you will help us to share responsibility,
grow in faith, love one another, care for those in need 
and have courage to face our future and embrace the unknown,
with praise in our hearts, in loving obedience to you.
Amen.
 
New Christian Radio Station in Geneva | UCB
UCB, United Christian Broadcasters, will be familiar to anyone from the UK & Ireland, where they have provided high quality Christian radio for many years.  Their aim is to provide local content in English and French for this region. You can find out more by clicking on the link.
 

Past online services from All Saints: http://www.allsaints.ch/sermons/

St Peter’s Church, Château-d’Oex


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Message from Rev Canon Clive Atkinson
Dear St. Peter’s Family,
 Dear friends,

Sunday 28th February | Evening Prayer
You are welcome to join us online this Sunday at 17h30 for a service of Evening Prayer. You can find details below. Our guest speaker will be Calen Gayle, the Youth Pastor from All Saints. Please note that from Sunday 7th March, you will able to worship both online and in-person at St. Peter’s.  Don’t forget that to attend you will need to register, ensure that you wear a facemask and observe social distancing.  Sadly singing is currently not permitted.  

You can obtain the Zoom details (passcode) by sending an email to Ann or Ken from Neuchâtel Church with a request on neuchatelenglishchurch@gmail.com Please do not wait till the last minute!  During the service, we will pause and remember our Lord’s death. You might find It helpful to have some bread and wine available. 
 Download Service Sheet Zoom Meeting for Sunday, 28th February at 17h30
 
Set Your Alarms | Praying for the Appointment of Our New Chaplain
Join me at 12h00 noon each weekday of Lent as we pray for St. Peter’s, the Interregnum and the appointment of our new Chaplain. Set your watches, your phones, whatever alarm you have handy, and take 60 seconds to pray. Imagine if all of us did this from Switzerland to South Africa, to Jamaica, to Vancouver, to the UK and back to Switzerland again – three continents, multiple time zones, both hemispheres – praying for the future of our church. You might find this prayer helpful.
 
Loving God, 
as we journey together through this period of transition,
we thank you for your everlasting faithfulness to us.
At this time of uncertainty and change, we ask that you send us your Holy Spirit,
to fill us with your vision, energy, and faithfulness in prayer.
We ask that you will help us to share responsibility, 
grow in faith, love one another, care for those in need 
and have courage to face our future and embrace the unknown,
with praise in our hearts, in loving obedience to you.
Amen.
 
Kind regards,
 
Clive

Frequently Asked Questions
Can I test Zoom before the meeting starts?
Yes. Zoom has a permanently running test meeting.  It’s a good idea to try and join this test meeting in advance.  That way you can make sure that your audio and video are working properly.

To join the Zoom test meeting: Click on the following link:  https://zoom.us/test When prompted, Click JoinClick on Open Zoom.usClick on Join with videoClick on the up arrow next to the microphoneSelect Test speaker and microphone. Tell Zoom if you correctly hear the speaker and the microphone.
Can I join the meeting from a smartphone or tablet?
Yes.  Zoom has apps for Mac | PC | iOS and Android.  You will need to install the appropriate app before joining a Zoom meeting.  You only need to do this once.  For more information see 
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-MeetingHow do I join a breakout room?
A number of self-select breakout rooms will be opened at the end of the Sunday service.  To use these type of breakout rooms, it is important you update to the latest version of Zoom.

Once rooms are open, you will see the breakout room icon appear.  If you are using an iPad or iPhone, tap the screen and the icon will appear on the left.  If you are using a computer, the icon should appear at the bottom of the screen.

Once you tap or click the breakout rooms icon, you will be presented with a list of rooms. 

To join a room, move your mouse to the right of the room number, where the number of participants is displayed, and click Join.  

Simply, repeat this procedure to move between rooms. 




How do I leave a breakout room?You can leave the breakout room and return to the main meeting session at any time, or you can leave the meeting entirely from the breakout room.Click Leave Breakout Room. Choose if you want to leave the breakout room or the entire meeting.YouTubeFacebookTwitterMailing List

Zoom – Frequently Asked Questions
Can I test Zoom before the meeting starts?
Yes. Zoom has a permanently running test meeting.  It’s a good idea to try and join this test meeting in advance.  That way you can make sure that your audio and video are working properly.
To join the Zoom test meeting:Click on the following link:  https://zoom.us/testWhen prompted, Click JoinClick on Open Zoom.us Click on Join with videonClick on the up arrow next to the microphone. Select Test speaker and microphone. Tell Zoom if you correctly hear the speaker and the microphone.
Can I join the meeting from a smartphone or tablet?
Yes.  Zoom has apps for Mac | PC | iOS and Android.  You will need to install the appropriate app before joining a Zoom meeting.  You only need to do this once.  For more information see 
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting
How do I join a breakout room?
A number of self-select breakout rooms will be opened at the end of the service.  To use these type of breakout rooms, it is important you update to the latest version of Zoom.

Once rooms are open, you will see the breakout room icon appear.  If you are using an iPad or iPhone, tap the screen and the icon will appear on the left.  If you are using a computer, the icon should appear at the bottom of the screen.

Once you tap or click the breakout rooms icon, you will be presented with a list of rooms. 

To join a room, move your mouse to the right of the room number, where the number of participants is displayed, and click Join.  

Simply, repeat this procedure to move between rooms. 





How do I leave a breakout room?You can leave the breakout room and return to the main meeting session at any time, or you can leave the meeting entirely from the breakout room.Click Leave Breakout Room. Choose if you want to leave the breakout room or the entire meeting.St. Peter’s on YouTubeSt. Peter’s on FacebookWebsite

Zoom – Frequently Asked Questions


To join the Zoom test meeting:Click on the following link:  https://zoom.us/test
When prompted, Click Join
Click on Open Zoom.us
Click on Join with video
Click on the up arrow next to the microphone
Select Test speaker and microphone. 
Tell Zoom if you correctly hear the speaker and the microphone.

https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting

St. Peter’s on YouTube

St. Peter’s on Facebook

Website Frequently asked questions about ZOOM:
Can I test Zoom before the meeting starts?Yes. Zoom has a permanently running test meeting.  It’s a good idea to try and join this test meeting in advance.  That way you can make  sure that your audio and video are working properly.

To join the Zoom test meeting:Click on the following link:  https://zoom.us/testWhen prompted, Click JoinClick on Open Zoom.usClick on Join with videoClick on the up arrow next to the microphone Select Test speaker and microphone.  Tell Zoom if you correctly hear the speaker and the microphone.