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St. Matthew's Episcopal Church

No matter where you are on your Spiritual journey, you are welcome HERE!
Our mission is to be a caring and inclusive community, centered in the Eucharist and grounded in the Gospel
~~~ so that we can reach out as Christ’s hands in the world.

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  1. Sermon from Ruby Sales

    Social, economic and racial activist Ruby Sales' sermon at St. Matthew’s on Sunday, March 26. Founder and Director of the Spirit House Project, an intergenerational network of diverse people who work for racial and social justice. She is one of 50 African Americans to be spotlighted in the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
    Part of St. Matthews' Dimensions of Faith Series

    Dimensions of Faith invites thinkers and writers to explore the interface of religion and culture, as we continue as a parish to challenge our minds and renew our spirits.
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  2. Luke Shaefer - Sermon

    Educator and author of $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America delivered the sermon at S. Matthew;s Episcopal Church February 26th 2017. Part of St. Matthews' Dimensions of Faith Series
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  3. 2016 Christmas Pageant

    Christmas Pageant at St Matthew's Episcopal Church. Louisville Kentucky.
    December 24th 2016

  4. From Concept to Reality: Design of Our Iconic Sanctuary

    A presentation by Larry Leis and Gibbs Reese

    Larry Leis, the architect who designed our church in the early 60s, talks about the inspiration for his design. And Gibbs Reese was the design architect In 1986 and 2005, for the renovation of the sanctuary, the addition of Saints Hall and numerous other building refinements.

  5. Blessing of the Beasts

    The annual Blessing of Animals celebrates Saint Francis of Assisi, one of the most venerated saints and lover of nature and animals.

    Held in Saints Hall, October 9th during the 10 AM service

  6. The Anonymity of Poverty

    Rev. Bill Brosend's sermon on The Anonymity of Poverty.
    Sept 25th 2016

    The Rev. Dr. William Brosend is a priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky and serves as professor of New Testament and preaching. Along with denominational curriculum, academic papers, and articles for the journals Interpretation, Sewanee Theological Review, Congregations, and The Christian Century, he is the author and co-author of five books, including Conversations with Scripture: the Parables and New Proclamation Commentary on Feasts, Holy Days and Celebrations. His most recent publication is The Preaching of Jesus.