New St Matthew's website & more Print E-mail

Welcome to St Matthew's. Please be aware of the following:


NEW WEBSITE FOR ST MATTHEW'S PARISH

This website is no longer being updated!    Please go to our new St Matthew's website - https://stmattshastings.com

The new website will keep up you up-to-date with parish news, services and worship resources.

Our Priest in Charge, the Rev'd Alister Hendery, is making his reflections, sermons, services and other worship resources available on the new website.

Website & facebook

Our new website gives access to the services and resources:  https://stmattshastings.com

St Matthew’s Facebook page: username @stmatthewshastings


Email & Phone

The Rev'd Alister Hendery: 021 742 434  and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Parish Administrator Tracey: 06 878 9476 (Phone & Answer Phone)  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please let Tracey know of your email address so she can add you to the parish mailing list.

Check the new website for parish office hours.

 

Bishop's Warden: Bruce Houghton 06 878 8548

People's Warden: Joyanne Hughes - on leave

Lay Synod Representative: Tim Anderson 027 273 4495

Vestry members: For contact details please see your parish magazine parish directory.

 

As Alister says -

Coronavirus (Covid-19) is contagious -

Also highly contagious is -

Common Sense, Kindness, Patience,

Love and a Postive Attitude.

Be a carrier of these qualities.


God bless you all and keep you safe – Be not afraid!

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Sermons Update Print E-mail

The following are now available as Pdfs to download from our Lastest News pages, at the right:

  • January 2020
  • December 2019
  • November 2019
  • October 2019

New parish website.  You may now listen to sermons recorded during services from time to time: 
https://stmattshastings.com/sermon-download

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Welcome to St Matthew's Print E-mail

Situated close to the CBD of Hastings, St Matthew's has been involved in the life of Hastings city for over 100 years.

One of Hastings' oldest buildings, St Matthew's Church holds a Category One designation from the NZ Historic Places Trust.StMs-exterior-Aug2011 At the heart of the parish's witness and activity is the historic church whose wooden nave was built in 1886 with the reinforced concrete additions added in 1915. Damage was sustained in the 1931 earthquake but restoration was undertaken, and the tower rebuilt to a reduced height. More recent modifications provide an effective setting for liturgy and a frequently used venue for concerts and recitals. 

Within such a beautiful building, regular worship services are held on Sundays and weekdays. Our style has a dignity appropriate to the setting but is, we trust, warm and welcoming to both visitors and regulars.

The historic St Matthew's Church shares its central city site with several other buildings used by the Parish and others. St Matthew's Primary School, established in 1995, is a co-educational integrated school of over 130 pupils, from new entrant to Year 8. Waiapu Kids St Matthew's provides preschool education in the nearby Canon Drake Hall. In the large Parish Hall are located the Parish Office and venues for art and craft groups, and many other activities run by various organisations.

St Matthew's welcomes visitors and sightseers. The church is open many weekday mornings, for Sunday Services and at other times by arrangement.

Location: 200 King Street South Hastings 

See Google Maps - https://goo.gl/maps/DXN5zC34TKF2VS1XA

 

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Services onsite closed, services online available
Date Posted: Wednesday, 08 April 2020 03:16
Because of the emergency situation, no services will be held onsite at St Matthew's.  See our new More...
Sermons - See our new website
Date Posted: Wednesday, 08 April 2020 03:09
The Rev'd Alister Hendery's sermons are now available on our new website.  Many are available as More...
Sermons - January 2020
Date Posted: Sunday, 05 January 2020 00:46
19 January 2020 Opening a Letter.  This morning we’ve read someone else’s mail. Admittedly, More...
Sermons - December 2019
Date Posted: Sunday, 05 January 2020 00:44
Our Priest in Charge, the Rev'd Alister Hendery, is making available his sermons via this website. More...