Thanks for visiting our website. If you are unfamiliar with St. Matthew’s, or the Anglican Catholic tradition, here are some places to start exploring:
Attend a Holy Communion service.
We look forward to meeting you at any of our services. Our Sunday services are at 7:45am, 9:00am, and 11:00am. For more details and childcare information, click here. While the traditional communion service can seem daunting at first to those unfamiliar with the service, first-hand experience is the best way to understand its significance and impact. We encourage you to follow along in the Book of Common Prayer handout as best you can, or just sit and take it in.
Connect with our church family.
St. Matthew’s is a community of people with diverse backgrounds, ages, and seasons of life. Various groups have been formed among us based on the gifts and needs of our members. At our mid-week gatherings page, you’ll find a listing of groups that meet throughout the week for fellowship, service, and education. These smaller venues are a great way to get connected with St. Matthew’s.
Meet with our pastoral staff.
St. Matthew’s team of clergy and pastoral staff are available to meet with you over a meal or coffee, or after a church event to hear your story, dialogue with you, or provide godly counsel. View our staff page to find biographical and contact information.
Join an Inquirers’ Class.
A more thorough explanation of our tradition, worship, and beliefs is given in our eight week course called The Inquirers’ Class. This class is available two to three times a year, and provides an intimate learning environment where a series of topics are taught by one of our priests and ample opportunity for questions and discussion is provided. To find the notes from this class or sign up to be notified when the next class is in session, click here.