NEW PROGRAM YEAR HAS BEGUN!
UPCOMING AT ST. MATT'S
NOW - SEPTEMBER 17
9AM at Gross Pointe Lighthouse Park
2603 Sheridan Rd.
Prefer to worship indoors? Join us at 7:30am in the Chapel at St. Matt's.
ANNUAL SERVICE & PICNIC
SUNDAY, AUGUST 20
10:30am at Elliot Park
What a great opportunity to socialize as we have been away from each other for some time. The picnic will be in the form of a potluck, so plan to bring a dish to share. See you there!
NEW PROGRAM YEAR
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
10:30am in the Church
St. Matthew's hosts St. Andrew's Pentecost Episcopal Church as we celebrate our patron saint.
One service only this Sunday at this "homecoming" return to church. Food and fellowship to follow.
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church sits on the traditional homelands of the people of the Council of Three Fires: the Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa nations. This land was also a place of travel and trade to many other tribes, including the Menominee, Ho-Chunk, and Miami tribes. These Native Peoples were forced off their lands with the Second Treaty of Prairie du Chien in 1829. After a series of land transfers, St. Matthew’s acquired its current site within this territory in 1906. Today, Cook County is home to tens of thousands of Native Americans from many tribes. We acknowledge and respect our Indigenous neighbors, as we strive to be good stewards of this Native land.