St. Peter's Anglican Church

Welcome to St. Peter's, Château D'oex. We are an English speaking Anglican Church serving the Château-d’Oex and Gstaad region of the Swiss Alps. We are home to an international Christian family from a variety of denominations.

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Grand Rue 49, Château-d’Œx


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Palm Sunday Service

for 1 hour
St. Peter's Anglican Church
Grand Rue 49, Château-d’Œx, 1660, Switzerland

Join us at St. Peter's for our Palm Sunday service led by Rev. Mark Fletcher on 24th March at 5:30 PM CET, available both online and in-person at our beautiful church in Château d'Oex, Switzerland. This service marks the beginning of Holy Week with moments of deep reflection and reverence. To join online, sign up for our newsletter at to receive the weekly Zoom link, or subscribe to our YouTube channel for the livestream. Our YouTube channel also offers a rich variety of content, including sermon snippets, full sermons, complete services, music lyric videos, and special events. Everyone is welcome - feel free to invite your friends and family for this spiritual journey.

Everyday faith

Discover how we can support you to find and follow God in your everyday life.

We are delighted to announce the Reverend Mark Fletcher as our new chaplain!

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St. Peter's is committed to being a safe place for everyone but particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We are a member of the Anglican Communion, and follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies on Safeguarding.

Our Safeguarding Officer is Caroline Hatchell who can be contacted by email found on our website homepage.

The Diocese of Europe’s safeguarding page can be found below and it contains important information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact Caroline or the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor. And of course if you have urgent concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority’s children or adult social care services.

Diocese of Europe’s safeguarding page