St Matthew’s Parish

Being Anglican in the heart of hastings

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Harking back to Alister’s letter to you all last week, you’ll recall that we resume our Sunday morning 8am Eucharist from 27th September.  The clocks go forward on that day also, so please remember to alter your clocks accordingly. 

Now that we are able to return to our normal service pattern, the video and service resources will cease.  We will continue to provide a copy of the sermon which you can also find on our website. Should the alert levels change in future, we will look to reinstate more online resources. We do hope that you have found them a useful opportunity to connect with God, Alister and your church family.  

We know many of you have shown good sense by staying away from services over the past months, and though the potential change of COVID-19 alert levels hangs in the air, we still ask you to continue exercising caution and not come to church gatherings if you are unwell.  We encourage you to seek medical advice if you have any symptoms, whether COVID related or not.

St Matthew’s Day

Today very, very few people are called away from their place of business, but all of us are entrusted with the invitation to share with others what we ourselves have received: a desire to follow […]

St Matthew’s Day Sermon

We are returning to just providing the sermons now. Here is the sermon for St Matthew’s Day, 2020. Living the life we are called to St Matthew’s Day (20 September) 2020 Matthew 9:9-13, Ephesians 4:1-7,11-13 […]

St Matthew’s SChool 25 years to be marked.

The Diocesan Synod to be held in Hawkes Bay from Saturday 31st October to Sunday 1st November 2020.  The Synod begins at 9.00am on Saturday 31st at St Matthew’s Church with a Service and Celebration of St Matthew’s Primary […]

A message from the St Matthew’s

Dear FriendsHarking back to Alister’s letter to you all last week, you’ll recall that we resume our Sunday morning 8am Eucharist from 27th September.  The clocks go forward on that day also, so please remember […]

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