Welcome to St. Matthias!

We, the faith community of St. Matthias, formed in the spirit and mission of Jesus Christ and the Roman Catholic tradition, gather in the celebration of the Eucharist to give witness to the presence of the Risen Lord in our lives.

Parish Mission Statement

We, the faith community of St. Matthias, formed in the spirit and mission of Jesus Christ and the Roman Catholic tradition, gather in the celebration of the Eucharist to give witness to the presence of the Risen Lord in our lives.

As a diverse people journeying together in faith, we are growing in awareness of the pain and joy of our brothers and sisters and desire to live in a spirit of repentance and reconciliation.

As disciples, rooted in God's Word and sacraments, we are awakened to the needs of others and share our time, treasure and talent in our faith community and beyond.

Empowered by the Spirit, we meet the challenges of the Kingdom of God and move forward in God's justice and hope.

Mass Schedule

REGULAR MASS SCHEDULES

Weekend
Saturday/ 5:30PM
Sunday/ 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:30AM, 12:00 Noon, 5:30PM

Weekdays
Mon. - Fri./ 8:00AM

Reconciliation
Saturday: 11:00AM - 12:00 Noon (except for Christmas Eve)

Children's Liturgy of the Word
Alternates between Sun. 9am and 10:30am each week
Sign Language Interpreted Mass
Sun. 10:30am each week
Food Collection
1st Sunday of month all Masses

Holy Days of Obligation
7:00 AM
12:10 PM
7:30 PM

From the Pastoral Staff

From the Pastoral Staff -—Dee Nan sticky icon

Updated 4/25/2018

Just last week while traveling in Rome and attending
Pope Francis’ Wednesday audience at the Vatican,


I noted in my inbox that Pope Francis’ most recent apostolic work was released the previous day. My friend purchased a copy for me and I started reading it on the way home on the plane! It is so personal and down to earth that I thought I would share a summary with you today!
"Do not be afraid of holiness. It will take away none of your energy,