At St. Matthew's, worship is the heart of what we do. We are a community that is on a spiritual journey. From our oldest to youngest members, tallest to smallest, we gather to worship with all of who we are and all of what we carry. Worship is a place for us to gather and find shelter in the most difficult of times, and also a place for us to share our great joy with a community where we are welcome to be our whole selves.
We hope you'll take a look through these pages to learn more about our worship life at St. Matt's. While Sunday morning is our primary time to worship, there are many opportunities to gather for prayer and song throughout the seasons.
Worship on the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost: July 12th, 2020
Worship on the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost: July 5th, 2020
Worship on the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost: June 28th, 2020
Worship on the Third Sunday after Pentecost: June 21st, 2020
Worship on the Second Sunday after Pentecost: June 14th, 2020
Lent is the six-week period that precedes the celebration of Easter. Lent is also often identified with the time that Jesus spent in the wilderness and the texts encourage us to engage the idea of wilderness, scarcity, and challenge. Beginning on Ash Wednesday (2/26), Lent is a season of prayer and reflection in which Christians around the world actively seek to draw more near to…Read More »
Welcome to our St. Matthew's Online page, which you can view our live services. A link to our previous live services can be found below.
All are welcome, please join us as we offer our worship online. If you have pastoral needs, or would like to talk, please email Rev. Marissa.
You can see more of our virtual events, here (link opens in a new tab).Read More »
Sundays 8 am
Holy Eucharist Rite II
A quiet and casual service, we gather around the Altar together.
Sundays 10 am
Holy Eucharist Rite II with Choirs (September-June)
Church School & Nursery Care during worship
Baptism is just the start of a spiritual journey, inviting us more and more deeply into the mystery of faith. Before one is baptized, they make a series of vows about how they intend to live their life with Jesus going forward. If we’re baptizing a baby, their parents and Godparents make these promises for them until they’re old enough to make them for themselves. And then, t…Read More »
Our faith teaches us that marriage is a sacramental rite in which two persons “enter into a life-long union, make their vows before God and the Church, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill their vows" (BCP, p. 861). The union is understood to be intended by God for their mutual joy; for the help and comfort given one another in prosperity and adversity…Read More »
As Christians, we believe that death is a part of God's plan of salvation. It is a time for mourning and a time for bittersweet celebration as we remember the life of a loved one and give thanks for the promise of victory over death by our faith in Jesus Christ. At St. Matt's, we are glad to offer you a place to remember, rest, grieve, and hope. You do not need to walk the path a…Read More »
At St. Matthew's, music is an important and vibrant component of worship and parish life. This ministry is strongly valued by our congregation as a whole, and includes children, youth and adults as equal partners in music making and leadership. As a musical parish, we place great emphasis on congregational singing through hymns, psalms and service music.
Our parish choirs are vit…