Frequently asked questions
I haven't been to church in a long time. I'm not sure where to begin?
I'm Catholic / Baptist / Methodist / etc. Will I fit in?
Absolutely. When we say “all are welcome,” we mean everyone. If you come from a Catholic, Baptist, or Methodist background, you’ll find that many Episcopilian traditions are similar.
I'm not Episcopalian... can I still receive Communion?
ALL baptized Christians are welcome to receive Holy Communion at St. Matt's.
Do I need to dress up for services?
How does St. Matthew’s help the community?
It’s our mission and purpose to love and support others in every way we can, and community service is a major part of who we are here at St. Matthew’s. Programs like Backpack Buddies, LINK Food Pantry, Second Saturday activities, and mission trips are designed to show God’s love through meaningful action.
I'm out of work. I want to come to church but feel embarrassed that I can't afford to give.
Are you going to try to tell me how to vote?
No. We’re interested in sharing God’s love through joyful worship and unity, not politics.
Church can be boring. Will my kids like it?
We strive to be inspirational, genuine, and engaging. Our 9:30 service is perfect for families and we’ve even got a live rock band!
Do I have to convert or something? What if I’m not religious?
You’re welcome here at any time without conditions.
Are you a megachurch?
No, far from it. We’re a modest-sized church that strives to be genuine, personal, and loving.
I've seen "Cameron Parish" on church materials. What is that?
We were wondering the same thing. The name "Cameron Parish" has been on church materials longer than most folks in the congregation. Here's what we found on Wikipedia:
If you have additional questions or would just like to speak to someone, please contact us... we'd love to chat!