We are a church where everyone GROWS in their faith and relationship with God 

 St. Matthias is a special place for every person to grow in their faith and relationship with God. As an Anglican parish, we want everyone to proclaim God’s glory in common Worship,  to learn His Holy Word, to be nourished by the Sacraments, to be shaped by the Tradition and teachings of the church, and to be strengthened by meaningful Relationships as we share lives with our brothers and sisters in Christ. Whether you are questioning or sensing God’s presence for the first time in your life or whether you have been a life-long believer, you can come grow in your faith and relationship with God.
 

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We Worship

The center of our life is the worship of God. God is the source of all that we have and all that we do and we worship and glorify Him with our thoughts, with our hearts, with our mouths, and with our actions. As the Scriptures say, the greatest commandment can be summed up in these words –  “Love God with all your heart, with all your mind, with all your soul, and with all your strength.”  Everything flows outward from our worship and relationship with God in Christ Jesus.
 
At St. Matthias, we begin each week of our lives by worshipping God with the service of Holy Communion.  In this service of prayer and praise, Scripture and Sacrament, we celebrate the works of God in Jesus Christ. We remember his passion, death, resurrection, and ascension. And we thankfully receive him and the benefits of his sacrifice in eating this Holy Meal.
 

We Serve

From the very beginning, God has called His people to participate in His mission for the world. God told Adam and Eve to go and fill the earth and to tend to His creation. God told Noah to go and fill the earth. Jesus told His disciples to go and baptize and to teach everyone what He commanded. Revelation presents a wonderful picture of all nations, all races, and all tongues surrounding the throne of God rejoicing and praising Him.
 
We serve God as we express the character and love of God in our own lives wherever we go and in all the relationships we have.
 
We serve God’s mission by bringing His presence amongst the brokenness and sin of this world. 
 
 
 

We Share

Sharing our lives with others is a part of the very nature with which God created us. This is what we discover when we read the Holy Scriptures.
 
Being a Christian is not simply being ‘saved’ from our sins and past life. Being a Christian is not simply living a life between ‘me and God’. Being a Christian is also about being a part of a community – the community of believers in the Church.
 
We are a family that worships and shares a common life. We encourage and help each other as we use our spiritual gifts for the common good. For us to fully enjoy the salvation we have in Christ, we must also share in the community of His Church.
 
But such sharing also extends outward. We desire that everyone would know the loving mercy and grace of God found in Jesus Christ. We must share our faith with those in our personal communities.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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OUR LEADERSHIP

Ray R. Sutton
Presiding Bishop
Reformed Episcopal Church
 
 
Jason R. Grote
Dean of the Cathedral
National Canon Missioner
 
 
Sigfrido Morales
Priest
Latino Ministries
 
Annette M. Johnson
Deaconess
 
 
 

 
 
 

We have a compulsion to testify and spread the Gospel.  – Bishop Ray Sutton  

Bishop Sutton introduced the vision of recapturing and revitalizing our sense of Mission in the Reformed Episcopal Church as we plant 100 new Reformed Episcopal parishes in North America over the next decade. Every parish seeks to be a missional community and every parishioner is asked to contribute $100 each year towards church planting.  Our own Fr. Jason is the appointed National Canon Missioner who helps oversee the REC100 Committee efforts.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

RECENT SERMONS

October 2018

Be Strong in the Lord – 21st Sunday after Trinity

St. Paul tells the Ephesians, “Be strong in the Lord and the power of His might”, just as the Israelites were told “Be strong and courageous”. We are called to stand firm in the power of God and to press forward in His might. A sermon based on the Epistle lesson for the 21st Sunday after Trinity – Ephesians chapter 6 vs. 10ff.


Jesus heals the Paralytic man – 19th Sunday after Trinity 2018

Jesus says to the paralytic man –  “Son, be of good cheer, thy sins are forgiven thee” and then heals him. Topic – Jesus is Lord not just of your situation but Jesus is Lord of your soul burdened with sin. – Matthew 9, Mark 2, Luke 5



September 2018

One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism

A focus on St. Paul’s words to the Ephesians – “One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism”. Ephesians 4:5. 



Jesus & the Widow of Nain – 16th Sunday after Trinity 2018

Jesus encounters the grief of the widow of Nain and raises her son. Luke 7. A sermon for the 16th Sunday after Trinity 2018.



Seek ye first the Kingdom of God – 15th Sun after Trinity 2018

A sermon based on Matthew 6:33 “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you”. A sermon for the Gospel on the 15th Sunday after Trinity. 



14th Sunday after Trinity – Psalm 19:1

Psalm 19:1. The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament shows His handiwork. A sermon focused on God as the Author of all Creation.



August 2018

13th Sunday after Trinity 2018

13th Sunday after Trinity. Parable of the Good Samaritan from Luke 10.



Bruce Graunke Funeral

Prepared for the Memorial Service of Bruce Graunke.


Be still and know that I am God

A sermon brought about by the verse from Psalm 46 – Be still and know that I am God. 



11th Sunday after Trinity – 2018

The parable of the Pharisee and the Publican. Luke chapter 18. 





 
 
 
 
 
 

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Address: 4142 Dayflower Drive,
Katy, TX 77449
Phone: 281-463-2304
Email: office@stmkaty.org

 

Father Jason Grote: J2Grote@rechurch.org
 
Father Sigfrido Morales: sigfrido_morales@hotmail.com
 
Deaconess Annette: dssaj@rechurch.org