Please join us for our annual spaghetti supper on Saturday, October 25th at 5 p.m. Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for children.
This Saturday, October 11, 2014, is our annual Garage Sale. Our St. Anne’s Guild is busy making all the preparations. More volunteers are needed. Please show up early to help setup and work the sale. Please contact Fr. Bailey if … Continue reading
To celebrate the Feast of St. Francis we hosted a Blessing of the Animals service Saturday, October 4, 2014. Although the rain threatened to disrupt the service that was held outside for obvious reasons it ended before the service began. … Continue reading
St. Matthew’s was blessed with a visit from our bishop, The Most Rev. Walter Grundorf and his wife, Mary, for a celebration of confirmation on September 21, 2014. Bishop Grundorf confirmed two of our young people and re-affirmed the confirmation … Continue reading
Members of St. Matthews had a fun and relaxing time of fellowship in honor of Labor Day after the 10:30 a.m. service on August 31, 2014. Fr. Bailey had been warning people for weeks to be prepared — he would … Continue reading
Questions for Mark chapter 11 can be found under the “Bible Study” tab above or to the left. Bible study will be at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8th at the church.
St. Matthews enjoyed a lovely summer brunch between the 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services on July 13th. The ladies worked to create a sparkling parish hall with crisp white tablecloths and beautiful floral arrangements. (flowers courtesy of Pam A.) … Continue reading
Shrove Tuesday arrived on March 4 this year and St. Matthew’s met it with a Pancake Supper. Traditionally this marks the last day of ourselves before we enter Lent and a journey towards Christ. We had a full house of … Continue reading
Today St. Matthew’s was blessed to have our bishop, the Most Rev. Walter Grundorf, visit and install Fr. Kenneth Bailey as our new rector. The service, the first installation service at St. Matthew’s in sixteen years, was attended by a … Continue reading
In the brief period since Father Bailey became our priest-in-charge, he has endeared himself to us, projecting kindness and warmth in his contacts with us, whether in person or in written communications. We see him as a truly godly man, … Continue reading