Updated January 14, 2020.
St. Matthew’s has temporarily suspended in-person services based on the recommendations of the governor and Bishop White.
Kelly’s presentation on Philanthropic Redlining looks at the insidious nature of systematic racism and how it exists in places where you would not have expected to find it. Click here to watch the presentation.
Sunday morning classes will begin in the Coffee Hour Zoom call and then separate into breakout groups for Clingman Forum, Family in Conversation, Extended Coffee Hour, and the Youth Class. Please see your copy of the eSpirit for detailed instructions.
We invite you to support St. Matthew’s and our community-service ministries by making a donation electronically via our secure giving portal.
As the pandemic requires us to practice social distancing for church and church classes, information about online services and meetings will be posted here and on our Facebook page as updates become available.
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