We Bring God’s Love to Life!
As disciples of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, we at St. Matthias are called to reach out to the unchurched and those who are in need. St. Matthias has a strong tradition of stewardship and ministry, assisting both local and far reaching communities. We are committed to honoring the traditional Eucharistic service, yet we embrace opportunities to communicate these traditions using contemporary means. We are a loving, warm, and friendly congregation that invites all, welcomes all, and turns no one away. We encourage active participation in the life of the church and we are committed to helping individuals discern and use their God given talents to serve God’s creation.
All Are Welcome
Daily Bible Verse
Schedule of Priests
Jan 31 The Rev. Guido F. Verbeck, III Feb 7 The Rev. Sally M. Fox Feb 10 The Rev. Rowena R. White Feb 14 The Rev. Rowena R. White Feb 21 The […]
The Great Rummage Sale V
March 5, 7 AM – until is the time and date for our next Great Rummage Sale.
Lenten Soup Lunches and a Study of “The Final Words of Jesus” will be held each Wednesday beginning February 17 and concluding March 16. The study is scheduled for 10:30, noonday prayers will be said […]
St. Matthias Day Celebration, February 21
Following the 10:15 service on February 21, there will be a potluck dinner and program as a kick-off for the revitalization of our church. The Reverend William R. Brant will celebrate Holy Eucharist and lead […]
Bishop Owensby to visit February 28
The Right Reverend Dr. Jacob W Owensby will visit St. Matthias to preach, celebrate the Holy Eucharist and confirm on February 28th. A reception in honor of the Bishop and confirmands will follow the 10:15 […]