Summer Sunday Worship (May 29 thru September 4)
One Worship Service at 9:30 am
All Together for Summer!
Worship & Fellowship on Sundays during June, July and August
We look forward to the beautiful Sundays in summer, when we will be able to gather as one faith community for worship at 9:30 am. Our worship service will be energized by consolidated attendance, coming together as a faith community each Sunday for Word, sacrament and message. Holy Communion will be celebrated each week.
Immediately following the worship service we will enjoy fellowship time outside that will include coffee, a variety of treats, and activities for kids. There will also be outdoor seating for those wishing to stay awhile and chat. This will be a great time for all of us to reconnect with one another!
There will be something for everyone, and we encourage you to make Sunday mornings at St. Matthew’s part of your summer plans. Invite a friend to attend with you! Guests welcome.
A NOTE ABOUT WORSHIP DURING THESE CHALLENGING TIMES:
If you or someone in your household feels sick, please stay home and participate in worship online.
Masks are acceptable during worship and while in the building, for those who desire to wear one.
On Sunday mornings during the school year, Sunday school meets from 9:40-10:30 a.m.. There will also be an adult education presentation on most Sundays, which generally runs from 9:45-10:45 a.m.
Worship services will be live streamed, for watching from home in real time, and also recorded, for watching at your convenience later. Holy Communion will be offered in a safe manner on a rotating basis: On the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month at the 8:30 service, and on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month, at the 11:00 service.
Visit the Choirs and Ensembles Page for more information about our ensembles.
Click here for information about the Schlicker Pipe Organ.
An Education Hour is offered September through May from 9:45-10:45 a.m. All are welcome, including non-members. Learn more about Sunday School and other children and youth activities and learning opportunities.
St. Matthew’s offers monthly healing services for those who desire healing prayers for themselves or for others. A ministry of praying for healing is an essential part of the Christian church’s calling and commitment; all healing comes from God.
The ministry of healing prayer in the church is a whole person ministry: spirit, mind, body, feelings, and relationships. The ministry of healing prayer is a ministry of the whole congregation, even though certain individuals are called upon to carry out the ministry (The Healing Prayer Ministry team). A yellow brochure in the pew racks in the worship space explains the ministry more fully.
You may come on your own. You may come with a loved one, friend or entire family of support group. You may come for yourself or as a channel for others.