Outreach Opportunities

At St. Matthew’s we seek to obey God’s command to love our neighbor as ourselves and in the process rejuvenate our own souls by helping others. We are involved in a number of different outreach endeavors and are always seeking anyone who would like to join our cause. If you are interested in more information about any of the outreach opportunities contact us. Hope to see you soon and God be with you.



Haws Avenue Soup Kitchen, Norristown

Join us as we feed those in need in Norristown. We prepare a healthy lunch for 100+ visitors.


Neighborhood Meals on Wheels

Neighborhood Meals on Wheels delivers two meals a day, five days a week to homebound residents of Upper Merion Township, which includes King of Prussia, Bridgeport and West Conshohocken.

St. Matthews has proudly supported Neighborhood Meals on Wheels since its inception in 1974. One of three churches that founded the program, St. Matthews continues to support this vital ministry with volunteers and monetary contributions.


Good Works

Good Works is a Christian nonprofit organization which exists to improve the living conditions for low-income families in Chester County, PA. Our mission is to extend God’s love to those living in substandard housing; to make homes warmer, safer and drier; and to replace hopelessness with the hope of Jesus Christ. Service is offered to homeowners at no cost and volunteers do most of the repairs.

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Laurel House

The mission of Laurel House is to provide safe haven for abused women and their children, to raise public awareness about domestic violence and to advocate for social change against domestic violence.Laurel House is a comprehensive domestic violence agency serving individuals, families and communities throughout Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

In addition to financial support, St. Matthew’s periodically holds drives where they collect and donate items that are needed by Laurel House, such as school supplies, toiletries or holiday costumes.

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Christmas Alternative Giving

At Christmas, St. Matthew’s sponsors various activities to honor a family member or a friend with an “alternative gift”. Instead of buying a traditional gift for someone who doesn’t need or want more “stuff”, you can make a gift in that person’s name to one of the various programs above. Past options have also included Fair Trade coffee, teas, cocoa and chocolate sold through the holidays. Stop by the alternative giving table in the church foyer in December for details.

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