“Upgrade the E-Box” is our fundraiser that aims to raise $150,000 to replace our aging master electrical panel which provides power to all of our campus buildings. Please watch the video and help us reach our goal.
Our ministries provide free health services, asylum housing, free meals, educational facilities, worship services, faith formation, fellowship and performing arts events to the residents of Saint Paul’s West Side community and the surrounding area.
Download fundraiser flyer (PDF file)
Click on the link or scan the QR code to go to our Donorbox page. Thank you for your generosity to a worthy cause!
If you prefer, write a check to “Church of St. Matthew” (with “E-Box” in the memo) and send it to:
Church of St. Matthew
490 Hall Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55107
Our mission: “St. Matthew’s exists in the world as a visible expression of God’s love.
Our motto: “We are the Good Samaritan on the banks of the Mississippi.”
Other Contribution Methods
Besides DonorBox, you can use the monthly Capital Needs envelope, or a Capital Needs envelope found at the back of the church, or an EFT dedicated to Capital Needs.
Many parishioners already use EFTs for operational support. More recently, some donors have added a Capital Needs component to their online giving. Call or email Phil Grant for more information about EFTs.
Ministries supported by the Church of St. Matthew include:
- AA / 12-Step
- Casa Guadalupana
- Community of Saints School
- Faith Formation (youth and adults)
- Gifted and Belonging
- Liturgical Ministry
- Loaves & Fishes Meal Program
- Men’s Club (service and fellowship)
- Neighborhood House (food shelf)
- Public music concerts
- Quantum STEAM Academy (lease of school building)
- Rosary Society (service, devotions and fellowship)
- St. Mary’s Free Health Clinic
- Worship services – in person and online
Other Ways to Give to the Church of St. Matthew
Casa Guadalupana receives $5000 Kare 11 TEGNA Foundation grant
See a story and video on our website about a generous donation from Kare 11 TEGNA Foundation to Casa Guadalupa – a safe and supportive home to achieve safety and stability for individuals and families who have been forced to flee their homes due to war and persecution and are going through the asylum process in the United States.