For details on finding St. Peter’s, Maple Lake, please scroll down.Sunday Worship
Services are offered every Sunday at 9:00am.
The first and third Sundays are Holy Eucharist, the second Sunday is a Service of the Word (a contemporary service), and the fourth Sunday is a service from the BCP (Book of Common Prayer).
Sunday Morning Kids Club is offered every Sunday during the service by trained teachers, and the children enjoy a time of spiritual growth and learning. Children use tambourines to lead the adults in a hymn and then go together to Sunday school. All are welcome.
Services will be held in the lower level of St Peter’s for January, February and March. Easier to heat in this cold weather and more accessible.
Recent sermons: John Rogers, December 31.http://mindenkinmountmaplelakeanglican.ca/sermon-john-rogers-december-31/
John Rogers, January 28 http://mindenkinmountmaplelakeanglican.ca/sermon-january-28/
Check out our Facebook page at Anglican parish of Minden, Kinmount and Maple Lake for photos of recent events.
Soup in a mug: Monday March 5, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Come and join us.
St Peter’s people and neighbours enjoy a mug of soup with crusty bread.
Highlights of the year
Thanksgiving dinner: October 7, 2017
Scones with jam and clotted cream, sandwiches, cookies and tea all served on elegant table cloths. All this and a table of treasures.
Pancake breakfasts on the first Saturday, May to August. Real maple syrup!
Our famous salad supper with strawberry shortcake for dessert:
At St. Peter’s we worship in a century-old stone church by the lake, which was designed by architect Henry Billings. The cemetery behind the church reminds us of the faith of our ancestors. The glorious fragrance of cedars and rugged pine contribute to the atmosphere which is ideal for weddings and special events like the Highland Tea. Another annual favourite is the traditional Turkey Supper with all the fixings.
Location: 1273 St. Peter’s Road, Maple Lake, Ontario, K0M 2K0
Please note that upon launch of this site, Google maps is positioning St. Peter’s slightly to the south of where it actually is! We have submitted a correction and hope to see that updated soon.