St Matthew UCC Photo Gallery

Our Church ~ Our Beautiful Cathedral!

St. Matthew United Church of Christ 

Constructed in 1929, completed with Our Tiffany Glass Window,

transferred from the older church on Fayette & Central Avenue

We decorate our Beautiful St. Matthew Church to celebrate the resurrection of our King at

Palm Sunday and Easter, and again for the birth of Christ at Christmas!

And His Name Shall be Called; Wonderful, Counselor, the Mighty God ,

the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6


  Serving others in need.

Our day of service at the Brethen Service Center, in New Windsor Maryland.  

This is an annual event that our members

                      volunteer by assisting the Brethren Service Center in New Windsor, Md.  They have been helping people in need for over sixty-five years. Owned and operated by the Church of the Brethren, it houses organizations that work in areas of relief and development, disaster response, social justice, peace education and hospitality.  

Giving to others, wherever the need.

​​​​​​​"The Great American Bake Sale" to benefit the 'no kid go hungry' campaign!

The “No Kid Hungry” campaign connects kids in need with nutritious food,and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals.  The campaign also engages the public to make ending childhood hunger a national priority.  We hold our own Bake Sale and all of the proceeds are given to the Share Our Strength offering of the United Church of Christ.

Helping to change lives!

Our teens at their Mission Trip to the rural foot hills of Tennessee.  

They joined with United Evangelical Church UCC.  

Their work included building a deck, pouring cement for a sidewalk, a roof,

plus many other assorted tasks.  

This was through the Morgan Scott Project.  

We give to always help others.

Examples of continued service throughout our community and afar.  From left to right; Baby Kits assembled to help those in other countries. Valentine Cards for the residents at Earl's Place, just to say we love them.  Toys for the McKim Center.  Many had already been taken to the center.  Spring gifts at Father's Day for the residents of Earl's Place, and lastly our own Ben Price developed a School Kit project that our members contributed, to help give children an education in third world countries.