Happening at WVSM:

Our Shared Ministry ~ Anglican & United
All Saints, Edgewater ~ Christ Church Trinity, Invermere ~ St. Peter’s, Windermere

 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, worship in our sanctuary is suspended
and our building is closed 
until further notice
Keep Safe, Be Well

Please contact us by phone and leave a message we will respond to, or email us.

We will do a 10-week study on Eckhart Tolle’s book “The Power of Now” in the new year. If you would like Brent to order you a book, please send him an email or a text. They will be $20.00    
Financially supporting the church.
                 If you can, and would like to…click here > > 
 
 
 
 

WELCOME TO OUR GUESTS, VISITORS AND NEWCOMERS
You are warmly invited to join us for coffee and fellowship after the service.
Be sure to sign our guest book.
You are also invited to fill in the “welcome card” in the seat pocket of the chairs
in the Sanctuary and put it in the offering plate.

 

Christ Church Trinity

Sunday Worship at Christ Church Trinity every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

Services at All Saints are on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month.

Services are available at St. Peter’s in Windermere on the second Sunday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
from June to October, and Christmas Eve.

 

Instead of teaching us how to do more (time management), God calls each of us to do less, and consequently, to receive peace and rest with God (time stewardship). Reversing time-warped living is about restoring our relationship with the Time Giver …  By doing less; we can have more of God.

 

Pre-Authorized Payment Program

Pre-Authorized Payment Program for Regular Giving
For the Parish of Windermere Valley Shared Ministry

Windermere Valley Shared Ministry maintains a pre-authorized payment program for regular giving to the parish/pastoral charge.

 This program, made possible through an arrangement with the Diocese of Kootenay Continue reading

The Stolen Church

One of the most famous historical landmarks in the valley is St Peter’s Church in Windermere, known far and wide as the Stolen Church. Its history goes back to the 1880s ghost town of Donald, northwest of Golden. The church … Continue reading