Resources

ICS Christmas cards and Notelets are on sale to support our mission and ministry in Zermatt and Wengen.

Publications describing the work of ICS are also available.

ICS Christmas Cards: Packs of 12 cards, with white envelopes, size 6″ x 4″
Price £4.50 including postage.

Greeting in Christmas cards: “Wishing you peace and joy this Christmas and the coming year“.

Z9 
St. Peter’s, Zermatt
12 cards of single design

Christmas cards with Bible verse, painted by Elaine Nash. Click here to purchase

 

 W11 
St. Bernard’s, Wengen
12 cards of single design

Christmas cards with Bible verse, painted by Elaine Nash. Click here to purchase

 

W12 A/B 
St. Bernard’s, Wengen      
6 of each design

Christmas cards with Bible verse. Paintings: Elaine Nash Click here to purchase

Wengen W9AB (003) (148x116)Wengen W9AB (148x105)W10 A/B        
St. Bernard’s, Wengen
6 of each design

Christmas cards with Bible verse. Painting: Elaine Nash, Photograph: Richard Fothergill Click here to purchase

Z10 A/B
St. Peter’s, Zermatt
6 of each design

Christmas cards with Bible verse. Painting: Patrick Duncan, Photograph: Hazel Perrin Click here to purchase

Publications describing the work of ICS:

church in alpsA Church in the Alps by Cicely Williams

First published in 1970 to mark the centenary of The English Church (St. Peter’s) in Zermatt, Switzerland, this readable history tells the story of how the British came to Zermatt, climbed, walked, skied, and helped ICS build this famous church.

The late Cicely Williams often visited Zermatt with her husband, a former Bishop of Leicester, when he served as a volunteer Anglican chaplain at St Peter’s. Cicely wrote several other books, including a history of Zermatt entitled The Zermatt Saga, A Bishop’s wife but still myself, Dear Abroad, and Women on the rope about the contribution of women to mountaineering.

Price: £5.00 including postage. Click here to purchase

faith without frontiers

Faith without Frontiers by Brian Underwood

In anticipation of the Society’s 175th Anniversary in 1998, this up-date to Faith at the Frontiers is presented. Whilst it shows that Christian organisations, dependent upon voluntary support, are not exempt from the economic forces that bear down upon an enterprise, it also shows that faith can still match vision and generate the enthusiasm of the Christian public on behalf of our own people overseas.  The author records the story of the main movements, personalities, problems and opportunities faithfully and hopes it will give encouragement to many who have shared in the expansion of the Kingdom of God through the Intercontinental Church Society.

Price: £3.00 including postage. Click here to purchase.

faith and new frontiers

Faith and New Frontiers by Brian Underwood.

Brian Underwood’s accessible, contemporary missionary history examines in the particular the period from 1992 to 2002, and analyses the current cultural context. It portrays a society confident in the Christ of the Scriptures and cooperative in attitude, which serves people of every conceivable denomination and nationality. His book is both relevant and inspiring, and ably demonstrates the contribution a voluntary mission agency can make when encouraged by the Church to pursue its specialist calling.

Price: £6.00 including postage. Click here to purchase.

 

 

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