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St. Matthew's, being a manifestation of the Body of Christ, is a community that respects the dignity of every human being. We worship, learn, and serve together as we experience the light and love of God in community. Embraced by God's grace, we are joyfully sent forth in service and mission, as we each strive to be examples of Christ in the world. 
("Vision Statement" adopted by the Vestry on October 14, 2012. Learn how we strive to live this out here.)

Holy Week
Schedule of Services


Thursday, April 17th              7:30 pm           Maundy Thursday Service
Friday, April 18th                  4:00 pm           Good Friday Service For
                                                                    Children & Families

Friday, April 18th                  7:30 pm           Good Friday Liturgy
Saturday, April 19th              7:30 pm           The Great Vigil of Easter With Baptisms
Sunday, April 20th                 8:00 am           Easter Sunday:  Holy Eucharist
                                                                    with Hymns
Sunday, April 20th                10:00 am         Easter Sunday:  Festival Holy Eucharist
                                                                   with Full Choir and Brass

Holy Eucharist, Rite I  ~ 8:00 am & Holy Eucharist, Rite II ~ 10:00 am 
Church School and childcare during the 10:00 am service

Annual Report 2013
2013 Stewardship Booklet
2013 Ministries Booklet

 Office Hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. 

We are called to be a welcoming community of faith in which we are invited to share our journey of inspiration and service to others - leading us to become examples of Christ in the world.
("Mission Statement" adopted by the Vestry on September 16, 2007)
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church is a part of

The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut
The Episcopal Church

The Anglican Communion

Holy Eucharist

Sundays 8:00am & 10:00am
Wednesdays 11:00am

Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church
36 New Canaan Road Wilton CT 06897

The Rev. Mary Grace Williams, Rector