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As we spread the branches of Our Tree to shelter, heal and nourish, they grow stronger and draw us into God’s magnificent forest, enabling us to transform our gifts into what the world needs.
Our Tree is overflowing with Gifts from God. To continue to perform this vital work together, we need your help. Prayerfully consider how much you can pledge to support our growing …Read More »
It is the tradition of St. Matthew’s to use fresh flowers at our altar every Sunday for worship as well as other special occasions. Prepared by our Flower Guild, you may sponsor the flowers on a date of your choosing in memory of a loved one, in thanksgiving, or other purpose for a suggested donation of $75. Those named in memory or in thanksgiving are also included in the …Read More »
Healthy and vibrant future ministries at St. Matthew’s will be built upon the legacies we leave today. Many of our Episcopal institutions exist because past generations cared so much about the future of the Episcopal Church and expressed their caring by creating planned gifts. Planned giving is a ministry that is vital because it can help ensure the future of our church, but also…Read More »
Title III, Canon 9, Section 6(b6), of the Constitution and Canons of the Episcopal Church (2015) reads: “The Alms and Contributions, not otherwise specifically designated, at the Administration of the Holy Communion on one Sunday in each calendar month, and other offerings for the poor, shall be deposited with the Rector or Priest-in-Charge or with such Church officer as the Re…Read More »