St Peter's Williams Lake

A parish of the Anglican Church of Canada and the Territory of the People

Welcome to St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Williams Lake.

Please join us each Sunday at 10 am for Holy Eucharist from the Book of Alternative Services. Sunday School is available upon request.

Messy Church is an alternate service specially designed for families and people of all ages.  It is once a month on Fridays at 5pm.

Each 2nd Sunday of the month there is a Book of Common Prayer service at 8:30 am.

On the last Friday of the month at 10:00 AM there is a memorial service held at the Senior’s Village for the acknowledgement of all who have passed that month.

ACW meets every first Wednesday of the month at 1:30 PM and The InterFaith group meets every month on Wednesdays from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM.

We also donate to the Williams Lake Salvation Army Food Bank on a monthly basis. In summer St. Peter's maintains a community garden plot across the street from the church for planting and raising vegetables for local residents.

We look forward to welcoming you to our church community.

Clergy

The Rev. Kristen Dobyns, The Rev. Dr. Keith Dobyns

Lay leaders

Wardens: Brian LaPointe, Sue Moxey

Pianist: Dorothy Denny, Guitar/Cantor: John Bos

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Messy Church

Hi Everyone   The next Messy Church will be Friday January 12 at 5pm.  This month’s theme is Hearing God!  We will be making telephones, prayer snow globes, Samuel puppets, and playing a new balloon game.  We are in... Read More

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Mitts and Things

  St Peter’s, Williams Lake, has joined some other businesses in town to make free mitts and other things available for those in need in Williams Lake.  It started for St Peter’s at the December 1 Messy Church... Read More

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ADVENT NEWSLETTER St. Peter's Williams Lake

Please find below a link to our 2017 Advent Newsletter. Enjoy. Read More

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We Remember

     I always “borrow” the framed “List of those who Served”, from the Memorial Corner in the Church, and also have a copy of “Those Who Died in both WWI and WWII” as read each year during the Civic Service on... Read More