Sunday Mornings at St. Matthew's

It is a time we gather as believers to fellowship, pray, praise, and hear from God's Word together. 


  • Come as you are - We are a church of people from all walks of life, and we want you to feel comfortable worshiping with us. "Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?" Matthew 6:25
  • Bring the kids - We're a family friendly church, welcoming people of all ages. There is space in the back of church for handicap access, as well as for families with small children and/or nursing moms.                 "Jesus said, 'Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.' "  Matthew 19:14
  • Truth - We are a church that stands on all the truths of the Bible. We encourage and assist people to be in the word, and to study it for themselves.                                                "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness." 2 Timothy 3:16

Our worship services include music and a time of teaching. Our music is a mixture of new music and traditional hymns, and our Pastor teaches every week from the Bible. 


We would love for you to join us on a Sunday morning. We meet at 9:30 AM for worship and 10:45 AM for Bible Study every Sunday morning at our church building at 121 Kline St. 


Hope to see you there!

In the Word

As we continue our two year Bible reading program through Today's Light Bible,

here are the answers to last weeks questions (2 Chronicles 13 to 24):

 

While King Asa started out his reign as a good king bringing spiritual reforms to Judah, what are some things he did toward the end of his reign that were not God pleasing?

 

Instead of trusting the Lord, Asa took gold and silver from the Lord's temple to make a treaty the king of Damascus so he would fight against Israel so Israel would stop attacking Judah (2 Chronicles 16:2-3). Asa also put Hanani the seer into prison for speaking God's word, and then Asa oppressed some of the people of Judah (vs. 7-10).

 


When the nations of Moab and Ammon, along with men from Seir, came to make war against King Jehoshaphat and Judah, what did Jehoshaphat have Judah's army do which ultimately brought about the destruction of the great army attacking him?

 

Jehoshaphat had Judah's army sing praises to the LORD! As they did God caused the men of the armies coming against Judah to attack and kill each other until they were all dead (2 Chronicles 20:20-23).

 

 

Our Bible reading continues with Week 38: 2 Chronicles 25 through 2 Chronicles 33.

Here are the questions for this week.

 

When Aaron's sons Nadab and Abibu tried to burn unauthorized incense before the LORD, God killed them with fire. What happened to King Uzziah when he tried to burn unauthorized incense before the LORD?

 

After closing the temple evil King Ahaz did something that probably made him seem very religious to the people of Jerusalem. What did Ahaz do?