We welcome everyone, especially visitors to the Bay Area, to come to St. Matthew’s as we gather for a Eucharist service at 10:00 am on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28, 2019. This service provides an opportunity, with music and prayer, to gather, reflect and give thanks for what might be close to one’s heart on this special holiday. St. Matthew’s is one of the few parishes that offer a Thanksgiving eucharist in our area.
Thanksgiving Day is listed among the major feasts in the Episcopal Church calendar. It is one of two national holidays that are also part of our church list of Holy Days marked to be observed throughout the year (the other is Independence Day).
Our all-parish Thanksgiving dinner is Friday, November 1st at 6:00pm in the Julia Beylard Hall. Everyone is welcome!
Turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy will be provided by the League for Service. Please bring your favorite side dish to serve 10 and a beverage. For planning purposes, we ask that you RSVP by calling the church office at 650-342-1481.
The parish gathered on a balmy Saturday, October 5th, 2019 for the annual gala fundraiser. With the theme of Aloha Spirit, attendees came out in colorful Hawaiian attire and a festive feeling was in the air.
Join us for one of our most anticipated events of the year! The Family Fun Fest and Parish Picnic is held on the feast day of St. Matthew our patron saint.
Everyone is invited to our free Family Fun Fest! Your kids will love the bouncy houses, carnival games, face painting and crafts, while you will love the lunch and community.
Date/Time: September 22, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Free event parking available
Questions? Call the church office at 650-342-1481.
UPDATE – July 9 – Thank you to everyone who supported the youth ministry with your dirty cars. This fundraiser contributed $2,800 to the mission trip!
Our Youth Mission Team will be washing cars in the church parking lot this Sunday, June 30th at the 8:00 am and 10:15 am services! This year the Youth Mission Team will be working in coastal communities near Crescent City on the Oregon border. They will be serving local residents and organizations repairing homes, stewarding the environments, creating connections, and living faith in action. Come support them with your dirty cars and donations!