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  • The People of St. Peter’s Welcome You!

    The People of St. Peter'sOur church, nestled in the Cowichan Valley, is an inclusive, warm and loving progressive Christian community that invites all of God’s children into our midst. Our parish family is made up of people just like you.  

    We welcome you wherever you are on your spiritual journey!

    COME worship…GROW spiritually…

    GO and SERVE others…TOGETHER

    Sunday Services:

    8:00 am (traditional)  10:00 am (contemporary)

    Mid-Week Eucharist: Thursdays at 10:00 am

    We are wheelchair accessible throughout our facility.

    We respectfully acknowledge that we are worshiping on the traditional and ancestral lands of the Coast Salish People.




  • When You Visit

    When you arrive at the Anglican Parish of St. Peter, Quamichan for a Sunday morning service you will be welcomed by a greeter who will hand you a service leaflet. At the 8am service this will include an outline of the service and the weekly announcements. At the 10am service the majority of the service… Read more

  • Capital Project

    We Need Your Support

    With your help, we can reach our goal!




    We are raising $300,000 to $350,000 to repair, restore and renew this historic Cowichan Valley church building.

    The Anglican Parish of St. Peter, Quamichan was formed before  British Columbia joined Confederation and this the second church building was completed in 1877.  Our “ancestors” the previous stewards of this building put their own stamp on things, building two additions, installing electricity, oil furnace (instead of wood burning), then in the 1960’s the siding was replaced and the building painted brown – instead of the original white.  At the start of this century the roof was replaced. In 2012 the furnace started to fail, it just couldn’t keep the building warm during the winter months…. this led to a fairly comprehensive study on the state of our property, not just the state of our church building but also our other buildings and the grounds in general.  In 2013 we voted to start a Capital Campaign/ Project to raise funds to make improvements to our grounds to prevent flooding in the hall, updates to the rectory to keep it rented out and most significant for the majority of parishioners get updated and efficient heating into our church, repair the crumbling stone foundation, update the out dated electrical system (some of it still the original knob & tube wiring from back in the day…), improve the sound system & technology ( we are of course a modern 21st century parish), improve the safety of the pathway and the list goes on…..

    We have raised  funds within the parish as well as the larger community of the Cowichan Valley. We have had great support but continue to need finacial donations to reach our goal.  We received a loan from the Diocese of British Columbia and approval to start our project. Work has started and is almost complete. It is  important that we reach our financial goal sooner rather than later so that we do not pay any interest on our construction loan from the Diocese of British Columbia.

    Donate today through our website using Pay Pal or alternatively, write a cheque to the parish for the Capital Project. You will receive tax receipts for donations of $20 or more at tax time, provided we have your name, address and e-mail.

    To find out more about our Capital Project, anticipated work and timelines please see our Church Restorations page.

    This page last updated 6 Oct 2014

  • Upcoming Events

    Oct 11th - 10am decorating the church for Thanksgiving

    Oct 12th - Thanksgiving Sunday services @ 8am & 10am - in the Church!

    Oct 12th - Ruth & John's wedding @2pm - they ask for no gifts except donations to the Capital Project.

    Oct 16 - Mid-week Eucharist @ 10am

    Sept 19th - Pot Luck Harvest Dinner 5pm - sign up sheet for suggested food items is available in the upper hall.

    Nov 23 - Christ the King Sunday!

    Nov 30 - Start of Advent

    Church Restoration is almost complete! A few things left to do as we prepare to start worshipping in our Church building again on Oct 12th. Check with Alan if you can be of assistance.

    Jan 31 - Visioning with the Bishop an all day event for the parish.