As members of the Episcopal/Anglican branch of Christianity, our walk with Jesus is enriched by a liturgical form of worship. Our Saturday evening (4 pm) and Sunday morning services (8 am and 10 am) are celebrations of the holy Eucharist so that we can know God in the “reading of the Word” and the “breaking of the Bread”
As our Book of Common Prayer states “The sacraments are outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace.”
St. Matthew’s provides Bible-based, Holy Spirit inspired preaching and teaching that connects the brokenness of human lies with the redemptive work of Jesus Christ.
Worship Music Style
Our 10 am Sunday Service has ample opportunity to listen or sing along with our music teams as they lead us in contemporary Christian music mixed in with a few well-known hymns. (We do not have a choir.) Our parishioners have found that the simple melodies and rich message of many of the contemporary songs have brought healing to hurting lives.