St. Matthews Episcopal Church

It SNOWed # 2 - No Services Tomorrow

The Vestry just issued the following document pertaining to services tomorrow morning, January 8th.

While the parking lot is plowed and well used streets appear to be clear, we need to remember that the temperature tomorrow morning will be in the single digits.  We will have black ice everywhere so will not ask you to get out tomorrow for church. 

If you have a prayer book at home, you can read through the service or  familiarize yourself with some of the Prayers and Thanksgivings...

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It Snowed!

It snowed last night.  Don't believe it?  Just look out your window.

The parking lot has been scraped.  The sidewalks are scraped but potentially a bit icy.  Now the question is -- to church or not to church?

An announcement will be made later today or this evening about whether St. Matthews will observe Eucharist tomorrow morning.  I will attempt to put an entry on this blog as soon as I get information about whether or not a service will be held.

The codeword is "safety."  You...

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Presiding Bishop Curry's Installation Service

Those of us who were not fortunate enough to trek to Washington for the installation of the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry can see his installation service from the Washington National Cathedral by clicking the following link.


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Christmas Music

The choirs of St. Matthews and the Methodist Church in Stokesdale will combine and present a wonderful service of Christmas music on Saturday, December 17th at 5 o'clock in the afternoon.  This is a wonderful addition to our celebrations of Advent and Christmas.

A reception of finger foods and punch will follow the concert, combined with the annual tradition of "Hanging of the Greens" to get the church resplendent with decorations reminding us of the joy of the season in which Jesus, the...

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Feast Day of St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist

Today is the day we recognize the patron saint of our church.  

Matthew was approached by Jesus and told to lay down his lucrative position as tax collector and follow him.  Matthew, without hesitation, did as Jesus requested.

We know less about Matthew than some of the other apostles.  He obviously lived a fairly long life because we know his gospel was written at least twenty years after Jesus' death.  Tradition states that Matthew stayed in Jerusalem for about 15 years and then went...

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Used Book Sale

Avid reader?  Looking for that "special book?"  Need reading material but short on cash?  Have nothing else to do on Saturday, September 24th?

"Yes" to any of those questions means that you should join us st St. Matthews on the morning of Saturday, September 24. We will have books from all periods and covering a wide assortment of topics. And they will be priced RIGHT.

It's a must event for readers who still like the feel and weight of a real book. 

Hope to see you there. 

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Ice Cream Social

St. Matthews Episcopal Church, 1100 Salisbury Street, Kernersville, is sponsoring an old-fashioned ice cream social on Saturday, July 16th from 11-3 [rain date July 23rd].

The intent of this social is fellowship,  to introduce  St. Matthews to those of you who might not know us, and possibly raise a few dollars for our mission and outreach projects.

We will have lots of home made vanilla ice cream -- made and churned by members of the church in either their hand cranked churns or in...

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Week of July 26th, 2016

Next Saturday, July 2nd, there will be a yard clean up at the church. All hands on deck - men, women and children.  If you get there as early as 8:30 am, you can grab a complimentary breakfast at the church.
Sunday, the 3rd, we will have a Morning Prayer service led by Debbie, followed by our pot-luck brunch.  There will be a lot of eating together this weekend!
There is a ice cream social planned for July 16 from 11 until 3 pm that will be open to anyone who might want to...
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Welcome to the new web site of St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Kernersville, North Carolina.  

St. Matthews is a welcoming community of Christians which meets to worship every Sunday morning at 9:00.  We hope that you will take the opportunity to thoroughly review our web site.  We hope that your review will cause you to want to join us for worship.

Our monthly newsletter may be viewed by clicking one of the Godspell links to the right!

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