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
The People of St. Peter’s Welcome You!
Our 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”
Sundays @ 8:00 am (traditional) or 10:00 am (contemporary)
Mid-Week Eucharist: Thursdays at 10:00 am
The 3rd Saturday of most months: September – June @ 3:30pm – an all ages event
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.
Pastoral Care is the ministry of caring, listening and spiritual journeying provided by the rector, and lay leaders, to members of our church congregation or persons within our community. Home visitation, home Communion, laying on of hands and healing prayer are all components of this very rewarding ministry.
Our Pastoral Care Team and clergy are available to walk with you in times of difficulty, grief and crisis. Our pastoral care team and clergy can be contacted through the church office at 250-746-6262. In cases of emergency you may call Reverend Deborah at 250-709-4017. When the office is closed there will be a message on the answering machine to let you know the number of the on-call priest.
Prayer Chain is a group of nine faithful people, who commit to pray on a regular basis for those in the parish, their family and friends. We meet on the third Thursday in the month and share Communion, and then have a meeting over tea or coffee.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
The shawl represents our faith community wrapping itself around the individual with our love and prayers through the knitting or crocheting of a shawl or small blanket. For those who knit or would like to learn, we will make shawls for those in nursing homes, who are shut-ins, facing surgery, or are terminally ill.
Our shawls are knit with love and prayers, and then presented to the candidate during a home Communion and healing service where the shawl and the recipient are blessed. This caring ministry is always seeking anyone willing to knit or crochet. Please contact us through the church office if you would like to participate.
A caring ministry by phone. Prayer, conversation, consolation and compassion are offered to those needing a friend over the phone. This ministry is offered by those who wish to provide care but are unable to visit personally.
Lay Eucharistic Ministry
A committed group of licensed men and women that assist at the altar each Sunday. Some of our Lay Eucharistic Ministers also offer Home Communions to those unable to attend Sunday services.