St. Matthew’s is open for in-person services, but many faith and fellowship activities will continue to be offered online only at this time. Read on to find out how to join our activities!
You don’t need to be a member of St. Matthew’s to attend our in-person or online activities. All are welcome and we look forward to you joining us for conversation and community!
Time: Wednesday 12 PM – 1 PM
Join us on Zoom to study the Gospel reading for the following Sunday.
You can read the Gospel reading on the Bible Gateway (NRSV) website. You can also download a NRSV (New Revised Standard Version) Bible app from Google Play or the App Store.
The group is co-led by Rev. Geoff Chapman and Canon Kevin Flynn.
Time: Alternate Tuesdays 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
The focus of St. Matthew’s Creation Matters group is ‘caring for God’s creation.’ We are stewards of God’s world and can show our love for God and others by caring for our planet. The group meets on a regular basis via Zoom to:
New members are always welcome. You don’t need to be a member of St. Matthew’s to come to our discussions and be part of our group email.
This year we are using Restoring God’s Earth: A Year of Personal Action to guide us and focus our activities in the parish. See what’s happening on our bulletin board at the back of the church.
Time: Wednesday, 11 AM – 12 PM
Hybrid in-person and Zoom on the following Wednesdays:
The in-person meditation sessions are held in the church near the prayer candle in the west transept.
The meditation group is part of the worldwide organization called World Community for Christian Meditation. We open with a brief recorded talk by founder Fr. John Main, Director Fr. Laurence Freeman or by another teacher. After the talk, the group meditates in silence for 20-25 minutes, generally using a prayer word or phrase. We then close with a simple prayer. The group is a wonderful way to support a daily practice or just take time to sit in openness to God's presence.
Time: Sundays from 9-10am in the alcove
Conversations is a 50 minute discussion group based on Bible readings and topics related to faith. Using biblical texts, poems, the free exchange of ideas and perceptions, we seek to reflect on our journey as followers of Jesus in our contemporary world.
Please join us for this well-attended fellowship offering! All are welcome, and no pre-registration is required.
Children tell the Christmas story
Young visitors watching Christmas Pageant
Creativity at the crafts table
We have two youth groups: one for ages 9 to 11 and another for 12 to 16.
The junior group activities range from Bible studies to board games, cooking, field trips and more. The senior group focuses on outreach.
Parish youth are encouraged to participate in all aspects of worship, including as servers, readers, choir members and volunteers.
Youth Group at walkathon
raising funds for the Centretown Emergency Food Centre.
Last updated: March 17, 2023