FAITH. HOPE. LOVE.
St. Matthew’s unwavering belief in Jesus Christ as Savior is at the heart of who we are as a people. The forgiveness we’re mercifully given by our Father in heaven is what drives us to show our faith in all our actions.
Our purpose for being a church of God is centered on Jesus’ own words: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19-20)
A deep-rooted zeal to extend God’s Kingdom through acts of mercy and love guides our purpose: “Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful.” (Luke 6:36)
GOD STILL MATTERS.
Our culture and society say “It’s all about you!”
God tells you, “It’s all about what I’ve done for you.”
He forgives us.
He loves us.
He merciful and graciously offers us peace.
See, it’s all about Him and what He’s done for us.
That’s what St. Matthew’s is about. We hear and talk and receive God’s great love and forgiveness, and then we take that love to others. He gives us the strength and the courage to believe and trust in Him.
To us, all that matters is God.
Join us to see this mercy and love in action.
There is a thought that worship needs powerfully, loud music to make your time in God’s house meaningful. We think worship needs more than just ‘loudness.’
We believe worshipping God needs heart.
God’s grace and mercy needs to be evident in every song that is sung, every sermon that is preached, and how we interact with one another. When you walk into St. Matthew’s, everyone is focused on receiving from God his love and forgiveness. Exploring the meaning of our faith is what we do – how we can take God’s forgiveness and love and strength outside of our doors into our community.
To us, worship is more than ‘loudness.’
It’s all about God.
YOU ARE INVITED
TO WORSHIP WITH US.
We humbly invite you to join us to experience the love of God.
St. Matthew’s isn’t the largest church around, but numbers don’t always tell the story.
We worship every weekend – Saturday at 5pm with our special “Spoken Worship” and Sunday morning at 10:00am.
We worship Wednesday evening at 7pm in our church library in a lighter, softer setting.
And every Monday through Friday, join us at 7:15am for Morning Prayer, a short time of God’s Word and faithful prayer.
Join us to see God’s love in action.