FAITH IN ACTION is sharing Christ’s love by serving the members of your church community. Whether you help with grounds maintenance, barbecue on Grill Sundays, usher, or supporting prayer requests from home, every FIA team is enriching our church family through service. Let us know what gifts, talents, and time you might share here.


The Center is a welcome daytime haven of support for people who have a variety of obstacles in life that may include chronic mental illness, substance abuse recovery issues, homelessness or any combination of the above.

The church provides periodic meals to clients, donates needed items, and assists with the annual yard sale. Church member Jeanette Lambert started and operates the center and emphatically states, “The Lord says we should help the sick and feed the poor, and that includes EVERYONE.”

What can you do to help?

  • Pray for participants at the Center that they will become well are kept safe, warm, and well fed and ultimately gain the ability to function well in society.

  • Donate items such as batteries, candles, toilet paper, and food.

  • Help with the periodic meals our church provides.

  • Volunteer to visit, play cards, supervise, or transport clients to services.

For more information, please contact the office.


St. Matthew Church is engaged in reaching people with the love of Jesus Christ through digital outreach. Through tools such as the church’s website, Facebook page, YouTube channel, Instagram, and electronic news, St. Matthew Church reaches beyond the church building to share the message of forgiveness and salvation across geographic and demographic boundaries. Find out more: Facebook

St. Matthew Church, along with congregations nationwide, supports mission work locally, nationally, and globally. The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) Office of International Mission recruits, trains, sends and cares for missionaries, human care workers and international educators. Find out more about their efforts here:

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Earphones and a phone to listen in the bible.
 St. Matthew Lambert Center