Saint Matthew’s worships 7-days a week. Please take some time to join us, even for several times in the week.
Morning Prayer: During the week – Monday through Friday – Saint Matthew’s sponsors a special Morning Prayer service beginning at 7:15am. Everyone who is in the area is invited to join us (I may even make you coffee). For more, including our daily list of readings and prayers, please click over to our Morning Prayer page.
Wednesday Worship: Can’t make church on the weekends? Want to take some time during the middle part of the week to join in the Fellowship of the saints? Each Wednesday evening at 7:00pm, Saint Matthew’s celebrates our Wednesday Divine Service. As with all of our weekend worship services, we celebrate the Holy Eucharist. The service is spoken — meaning, we do not sing any hymns or chant any portion of the liturgy. For more, please click over to our Wednesday Worship page.
Saturday Evening Worship: On Saturday evenings, we gather at Saint Matthew’s for our “speed mass” – our Spoken Divine Service. Following the liturgies in the Lutheran Service Book, our Saturday Evening Divine Service does not have any music. There is no singing. What you do receive is our Lord in Word and Sacrament. And isn’t that the real reason we come to church? For more, please click over to our Saturday Evening Worship page.
Sunday Morning Worship: In the Lutheran Church, when most members think of going to church, they immediately think of Sunday Morning Divine Service. Here at Saint Matthew’s, our Sunday Morning Divine Service is our “big” service in the week. We sing hymns approved by the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod as found in the theologically sound hymnals published by the Synod and Concordia Publishing House. We use the liturgies found in the Lutheran Service Book. And we keep to a strong understanding that when in God’s House, you receive Him both in Word and Sacrament. We celebrate the Eucharist at each of our Sunday Morning Divine Services. For more, please click over to our Sunday Worship page.