Worship With Us!

Walled Lake Campus

  • 8:45am Blended Worship in the Main Worship Center - Communion 1st, 3rd Sunday
    • Livestreamed on YouTube  HERE
  • 10:00am Bible Study Hour, with classes for adults, youth and children
    • Adult Bible Study - Sanctuary
    • Bible Adventure - Room 304
    • Youth Bible Study - Basement Youth Room
    • Fellowship Time & Coffee Hour - HUB
  • 11:00am Prayer & Praise Worship in the Gym - Communion 2nd & 4th Sunday
  • Sunday Morning Staffed Nursery for children ages birth to 4 years of age is available during both worship services and the dedicated Bible Study time at the Walled Lake campus.
  • Children's Church is offered during Sunday worship services for children ages 4 through 4th Grade.

Wixom Campus

  • 9:00am Bible Study Hour
  • 10:00am Worship - Communion 2nd & 4th Sunday

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Everyone is welcome!

We love to worship our God together!

Everyone is welcome to join us or just come in to check it out. We think worship should be meaningful for all generations, so we now offer 3 styles of worship, from the more traditional to less formal settings at celebrate timeless truth in current ways.

Please come as you are – casual dress is ok

In any worship service you will see people in jeans, business clothes, and dress clothes. What’s most important is to be there, connecting with God and His family.

Please introduce yourself to us at one of our Welcome centers, where hosts wait to answer questions, provide directions, or even just to chat. We can’t wait to meet you!

Details Regarding Holy Communion at St. Matthew

To take communion at St. Matthew, you must believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord;  believe that in, with, and under the bread and wine we receive the true body and blood of Christ; confess your sin, seek the assurance of forgiveness, and intend, with God’s help, to amend your sinful life.

Anyone who has not yet been instructed, is in doubt, or holds a confession differing from this belief, and yet desires to receive the sacrament, is asked first to speak with the pastor.  For those simply desiring to receive a blessing from the minister, you may come forward and pass through the line with your arms crossed in front of you.

For the benefit of communicants who have reactions to the unleavened wheat wafers, unleavened rice wafers are also available.  Simply indicate the need for a rice wafer to the pastor as you come up for communion.

For the benefit of communicants who need less alcohol, several individual cups containing white grape juice with a slight tincture of wine is included in the center of each communion tray.  They are easily distinguished from the cups containing red wine.

For further study, see Matthew 5:23f; 10:32f; 18:15-35; 26:26-29; I Cor. 11:17-34.