Join us in Zermatt this Winter

During the summer and winter seasons, St Peter's Church is open daily for visitors and private prayer between 09:30 and 20:00

Sunday services are at 10:00 and 18:30
Thursday 'Welcome to St Peter's' at 17:30
a social and informal time with the chaplain

St Peter’s Church is situated behind and above the Myoko Restaurant, opposite the Mont Cervin Palace Hotel.

The Winter 2022-23 team of chaplains are:

20 December - 6 January: Revd Alan and Mrs Anne Purser
6 - 20 January: Revd Paul and Mrs Katriona Richardson
20 January - 3 February: Revd Moray and Mrs Annie Thomas
3 - 17 February: Revd Lyndon and Mrs Barbara North
17 February - 3 March: Revd Duncan and Mrs Joan Weaver
3 - 17 March: Revd Peter Sutton
17 - 31 March: Revd Ashley and Mrs Felicity Mitchell
31 March - 14 April: Revd Liz and Revd David Leaver
14 - 28 April: Revd Frances Houghton and Revd Angela Cattell

As the Alps became of greater interest to travellers in Europe in the 19th century, Zermatt became popular as a destination for mountaineers, and demand grew for church services in English, which began in the Monte Rosa hotel in 1862. In 1870 St Peter’s was built.

ICS Resort Mission provides chaplains during the summer and winter seasons who conduct services and work in the resort to share the love and Good News of Jesus Christ. Our chaplains are in resort for around eight months of the year to serve the local community as well as the large number of English-speaking tourists, many of whom return year after year.

St Peter's was built and is maintained by ICS. We are thankful for the ongoing generosity of supporters in enabling this work to continue. You can support this work by becoming a Friend of St Peter's Zermatt. Your support will help us maintain these important historic buildings and enable our outreach.

Or donate to the St Peter's Zermatt Autumn Appeal.

Thank you!

Links

A brief history of St Peter's Church

Zermatt Tourism

Zermatt Weather

Zermatt Snow Report

Ski Club of Great Britain

Alpine Club

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