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Journaling Class

Pastor Sonnenberg is ready to do another Journaling Class. The class has a maximum of six participants. Those in the course will determine the times and dates.

 

If you are interested, we will have a sign-up sheet in the Narthex. The first six to sign up will be in the next class. If more than six people signed up, we can hold them over for the next class.

 

Children & Teachers Needed for Sunday School

We are looking for families with school-age children who would like to participate in Sunday School.  This year we will be using the Concordia Publishing House Curriculum "Enduring Faith." We are seeking teachers who would like to be on rotation throughout the school year.

Please get in touch with Pastor Sonnenberg or Rod Larson if you have children who would like to participate in Sunday School or if you would like to help teach the children.
 

Confirmation Classes

This instructional course on the basic tenants of the Christian faith is made available for any child ages 11-14. If you have a child or know of a child that would like to enter into Confirmation, please contact Pastor Sonneberg.

Choir Practice

The Choir meets Tuesdays at 7 p.m. 

All are invited to join us in the choir loft to sing. Please contact the Choir Director, Rod Larson, if you have any questions.  

 

Praise Team

The Praise Team meets on Mondays at 6 p.m. and If you have any questions regarding the Praise Team, please speak with Ken Young.

 

Lutherans Women's Mission League (LWML)

 We meet on the first Thursday of the month at noon. Come contribute to Lutheran Missions Worldwide! All women are welcome!
       Join us at our monthly meetings as we answer the call to witness Christ to the whole world.

 

Altar Guild

Since the morning of Christ's resurrection, as the women approached to prepare the body of Christ for burial, ladies have gathered before the Sunday service to prepare the body of Christ for communion. If you are interested in this helping with this sacred task, contact Lillian Holtum at  

360-460-5655

Free Community Dinner

A free dinner is served for the community every Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. If you are interested in joining this ministry contact our Human Care Chairman, Cindy Schlaffman.

Book Club

Book Club is on the first Sunday of each month at       5 p.m.  Please contact Kathy Peterson for more information.

Quilt Club 

Look here for information about the Quilt Club.


St. Matthew Lutheran Preschool

The preschool will resume in September 2022.

 SUNDAY DIVINE SERVICES

November 21
25th Sunday after Pentecost
Isaiah 51: 4-6
or Daniel 7: 9-10 & 13-14
Psalm 93
Jude 20-25 or Revelation 1: 4b-8
Matthew 25: 1-13


November 28
1st Sunday in Advent
Luke 19:28-40

December 5
2nd Sunday in Advent
Luke 3:1-14

December 12
3rd Sunday in Advent
Luke 7:18-28

December 19
4th Sunday in Advent
Luke 1:39-45

December 24
The Nativity of Our Lord
Christmas Eve
Matt 1:18-25


December 25
The Nativity of Our Lord
Christmas Day

John 1:1-14


December 26
1st Sunday After Christmas
Luke 2:22-40

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COVID-19 Response

Below is a description of the safety measures St. Matthew Lutheran Church

has implemented following Governor Inslee’s recommendations,

Clallam County Health Department, and the CDC guidelines.

  • Videotaping of the worship service will continue indefinitely.

  • Clallam County Health Department mandates that everyone aged five and older in Clallam County wear a mask in indoor public spaces, regardless of their vaccination status.

  • All are STRONGLY encouraged to self-evaluate their medical condition before attending, self-screening for fever, chills, cough, sore throat, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, 
    and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.  IF YOU ARE ILL, PLEASE STAY HOME.

  • Hand sanitizer stations have been made abundantly available inside and outside the Sanctuary.

  • CDC informational signs are posted at each entrance and inside the bathrooms.

  • The offering collection is no longer part of the service.  After the service, you may place your offering in the basket available on the table in the narthex.

  • Communion is served using disposable cups.  After distribution, please place your disposable communion cup in the basket at the end of the first pew.

  • Pastor Sonnenberg uses sanitizer before distribution.

  • The pews and pew backs and high touch points and handrails are sanitized in between services, with the facility undergoing deep cleaning throughout the week.

  • In-person Bible studies and activities have re-opened.  Please refer to the newsletter, Carillon, to identify active ministry opportunities.