Then I said, “Here am I. Send me!” Isaiah 6:8
GREETERS: St. Matthews parish seeks additional “Greeters”, for Sun. masses. We welcome People who are able to extend a warm welcome to those arriving for Mass. Your friendly smile and enthusiasm for the Church of St. Matthew are all that is needed. To help, contact: , or the parish office.
OFFERTORY PROCESSION: We are returning to having an Offertory Procession at each mass. If you are willing to bring up the bread and wine occasionally, please speak to a sacristan before mass. You may also call the Parish center or email Mary Leibl at
MINISTRY OF COMPASSION: Each week, we have several parishioners, listed in the bulletin, and included in the Intercessions at mass, who need our prayers as they deal with health issues. We are looking for a volunteer who would be willing to occasionally call to let these families know we care about their loved ones, and if needed, we will continue listing them in the weekly bulletin. If you feel this is a ministry you would like to be a part of, please call the Parish Center or email Mary Leibl at
THANK YOU: To the 110 people who attended the Sat mass & all who worshipped on Sunday. Thank You to, Fr. Adrian, who through his homilies helps us to see how the readings pertain to our own lives. To our Sat. Pianist Brian & Trumpeter Phil on Sat & Pianist Jill, with on Sun. Our Cantor Christina on Sat. & Linda on Sun. We thank Lectors Miles on Sat & Jerald on Sun. Eucharistic Ministers Maggie, Josie, Ann & Tim on Sat. & Becky on Sun. Thank You to Chris R & Chris W who brought the gifts of Bread & Wine to the altar on Sat. Ushers Tim, Tom, Kevin & Doris – Sat. James & Steve – Sun. To Greeter Chris on Sat. Thank you to Sacristans Mary on Sat & Joanne on Sunday.
THANK YOU: to Ann, Corrine, Dave & Tim who took communion to parishioners unable to attend mass.
THANK YOU: To Jerry who has volunteered to take part in our Ministry of Compassion! We thank him for offering to reach out to our parishioners who are experiencing health issues and to assure them that their fellow parishioners are holding them in prayer!