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 lettering 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:

All Saints E-News
All Saints' Church
Welcome to All Saints, a vibrant Anglican Church serving the English speaking community in the town of Vevey, Switzerland.
Sunday 24th January | Epiphany 3
Dear All Saints Family,
This Sunday as part of our morning worship, Vanessa JJ will interview Richard Bromley. Richard is the Mission Director of ICS, one of our Mission Partners, and a key partner in the appointment process of my successor.
ICS have a courageous vision of reaching out to English speaking people with the Good News. Bearing in mind that 1.27 Billion people speak English either as a first or a second language, one can appreciate how strategic this ministry is.
Since its foundation in1823, the work of ICS has been wide ranging and diverse including, missions to railway workers in Canada, running a ‘Railway Saloon Church’ in Sudan, flying parsons and the Anglican Medical Service in Australia, Sunday School by Post in Canada, Australia, East Africa and Europe and seasonal chaplaincies to holidaymakers in Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain and North Africa. In 1883 they partnered with a community of English speakers in Vevey, and All Saints was born and they have continued to partner with us over the last 138 years.
On Sunday, Vanessa will interview Richard and explore what this partnership will look like in the next few months as we pray and work towards the appointment of a new Chaplain.
ALL SAINTS | Morning Worship | Sunday 24th January 
Please note that for the moment, In-Person services are suspended.
Join us online on Sunday morning for worship led by Calen Gayle and members of our Youth Ministry.  This service will also include an interview with Rev. Richard Bromley, the mission director of ICS. Richard will be a key partner in the appointment of our new Chaplain.
Please note, as part of the service, we will pause and remember our Lord’s death. If you find it helpful, you may wish to have bread and wine available.
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Meeting ID: 868 7788 8901
Passcode: 659562
A note to the members of our church family who prefer not to use Zoom… the Sunday Zoom services will be recorded and released on Monday mornings! To enable you to access the service, you will receive a link by email from our Church Administrator. Please also note that a Service Sheet is available for download in addition to an audio and video version of the weekly sermon.
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.
In Him,

Past online services from All Saints:

Service Sheet

St Peter’s Church, Château-d’Oex

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

You are warmly welcome to join us at 17h30 on Sunday evening, for our Evening Worship.   I will lead while Calen Gayle, the Youth Pastor from All Saints will continue our series in the Letter of James.

As part of our worship, we will pause and informally share Communion together. You may find it helpful to have some bread and wine to hand.

You can find the Zoom details below.

With kind regards,

CliveDownload Service SheetZoom Meeting for Sunday Service at 17h30Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 814 4900 3853
Passcode: 725873Zoom Breakout Rooms – Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I join a breakout room?
A number of breakout rooms will be opened at the end of the service.  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. 

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Recordings of St. Peter’s Sunday services are now also available from St. Peter’s YouTube channel.
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: 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. 
Can I join the meeting from a smart phone 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
Do I need a Zoom account to join a meeting?No.  Anyone who has the meeting link, or who knows the Meeting ID and password can join.