Changes to Services Starting March 2020

With the current local and state COVID-19 restrictions, the Episcopal Church of St. Matthew has created online opportunities for our community to stay connected.

Wherever you are on your journey in life, we hope you find something in this community that feeds your soul and strengthens you to share in God’s work in the world. 

Recent Worship Videos

Morning Prayer, October 19-23, 2020
Morning Prayer videos for the week of October 19-23, 2020.
Sunday Service, October 18, 2020
Watch the Sunday Service from October 18, 2020.
Coffee Hour Reflection, October 11, 2020
Listen to Deacon Lauren's Coffee Hour Refection from October 11, 2020.
Morning Prayer, October 12-16, 2020
Morning Prayer videos for the week of October 12-16, 2020.

Sunday Worship

8:00 am Holy Eucharist, Rite I:  Service of Holy Eucharist, using the traditional language of The Book of Common Prayer, accompanied by organ and soloist. A time of fellowship and refreshments follows in Julie Beylard Hall, located behind the church.

10:15 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II:  A festive celebration of Holy Eucharist, using the more contemporary language of The Book of Common Prayer, accompanied by organ and the St. Matthew’s Chancel Choir. Nursery care is provided from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, at no cost, staffed by screened and “Safe Church Trained” care providers in the day school library.

Book of Common Prayer

Click on the image above to download the pdf.

The Book of Common Prayer is the common thread of our Episcopalian beliefs, a treasure chest full of prayers, blessings and rites for Sunday service and personal reflection. The first English Prayer Book was printed in 1549. Download a pdf of the Book of Common Prayer by clicking here.

Accessibility/Allergy Notes 

  • Services in our main sanctuary and chapel are handicap accessible.
  • Audio Enhancement Devices can be located in the back of the church, by the parking lot door.
  • We offer gluten-free wafers. Please let an usher know so they can communicate with the clergy, or simply tell the clergy at the time of reception.
  • Communion is offered in the main altar (steps). Communion can also be brought to your seat, if accessibility is a concern, simply inform an usher upon your arrival.