We hope you will join us for worship this Christmas!



December 24 - Christmas Eve

  • Family Worship   |  1pm  |  Gym
  • Candlelight Worship  |  3, 5, 7 & 10pm*  |  Main Worship Center
    • 7pm Candlelight Worship will also be livestreamed
    • Link will be available HERE

December 25 - Christmas Day

  • Festival Worship  |  11am*  |  Main Worship Center



December 18 - Family Christmas Worship  |  10am

December 24 - Christmas Eve

  • Candlelight Worship  |  4pm

December 25 - Christmas Day

  • Festival Worship  |  10am*

*Communion Services


Advent Devotion Booklets are Available at Both Campuses


Lutheran Hour Ministries provides Advent Devotions, entitled "A Son is Given", available online, by email, and for download. Hard copies of booklets are available at the Welcome Centers of both campuses.

See for more information.

Details Regarding St. Matthew's Communion Policy

To take communion at St. Matthew, you must believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord;  believe that in, with, and under the bread and wine we receive the true body and blood of Christ; confess your sin, seek the assurance of forgiveness, and intend, with God’s help, to amend your sinful life.

Anyone who has not yet been instructed, is in doubt, or holds a confession differing from this belief, and yet desires to receive the sacrament, is asked first to speak with the pastor.  For those simply desiring to receive a blessing from the minister, you may come forward and pass through the line with your arms crossed in front of you.

For the benefit of communicants who have reactions to the unleavened wheat wafers, unleavened rice wafers are also available.  Simply indicate the need for a rice wafer to the pastor as you come up for communion.

For the benefit of communicants who need less alcohol, several individual cups containing white grape juice with a slight tincture of wine is included in the center of each communion tray.  They are easily distinguished from the cups containing red wine.