Sunday School 9:00-9:50 a.m. (classes for children and adults)
Worship / Holy Communion*, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
We have Children's Church Activities during worship for Kindergarten and younger.
Time of fellowship: 11:00 (coffee, treats, visiting)
*All are welcome to receive the Lord's Body and Blood who are baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and believe that Jesus Christ, crucified and risen, is truly present in, with and under the forms of bread and wine for the forgiveness of sins, life and salvation.
On the first Friday of each month, 7-10 pm, we host Acoustical Jam. Join us for music and fun w/ guitars, violins, banjos etc., singing, fellowship and snacks! Bluegrass, folk, country, gospel and rock 'n roll! Musicians and spectators welcome!
Friday, Oct. 2, Acoustical Jam, 7-10 pm
Wed., Oct. 14, Consistory (Church Board) 6 pm
Wed., Oct. 21, Women's Fellowship, 6 pm
Sunday, October 25, Reformation Sunday. The Oromo and Micronesian churches will join with us in worship. Potluck meal following worship.
Saturday, Oct. 31, 7 pm - Gospel Concert by the "Dysart Family". No admission fee - just a free will offering.
Friday, Nov. 6, acoustical jam, 7-10 pm 14
Sat. Nov. 14 - Annual Turkey Dinner fundraiser, with quilt raffle, crafts and baked goods for sale.
NOTE: The Great Plains Mission District annual convocation that had been scheduled for November 7 is being rescheduled, probably to January.
Other congregations meeting at St. Matthews:
Ebenezer Oromo (Ethiopian) Evangelical Church of Kansas City (a mission congregation of the NALC). Worship at 12 noon each Sunday. Pastor Faisa Atomsa. Services are held in the Oromo language.
Missouri Micronesian Church (a new mission congregation of the NALC). Worship at 3:00 p.m.each Sunday. Pastor Phillip Istaro. Services are held in the Chuukese language.
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Click HEREhttp://thenalc.org/wp-content/uploads/News/2015/NALC-July-2015.pdf for the July 2015 issue of the NALC Newsletter. It includes an article about Pastor Atomsa and the Ebenezer Oromo church!