St Matthias Episcopal Church
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St. Matthias is a busy place! Our sanctuary and parish hall are in use almost everyday of the week. Here are the events that regularly happen. If you have questions about a specific event, please call the office.

Sunday

  • 8 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II. This is a quiet service, with no music.

  • 8 am - TodayLight, a group of parishioners who meet early for Sunday School.

  • 9 am Breakfast, followed by Sunday School for all

  • 10:30 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II. Traditional service.

Monday

  • 6 pm - Al-Anon

  • 8 pm - AA

Tuesday

  • 10 am - AA

Wednesday

  • 7:30 am Prayer Breakfast

  • 9 am - Tai Chi

  • 5:45 pm Yoga

Thursday

7 pm AA

Friday

9 am Tai Chi

Below are our special events:

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Lenten Program

Dinner - 5:30 p.m.

Program - 6:15 - 7:25 p.m. 

Nursery by reservation, please call church office at 706-886-4413 or email cindy@toccoachurch.com.

Dinner by Just Right Catering

$6.00/adult

$4.00/child (10 and under)

$18.00/family


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Class Offerings for Lenten Sessions

  1. LENTEN SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION ON CHRISTIAN MYSTICISM

"...God remains inscrutably beyond the farthest reaches of the most brilliant human mind..." -Carl McColman 
     This kind of language sometimes discourages us, until we are reminded that God Loves Us.      Through this season of Lent, specifically the five Wednesday nights between Ash Wednesday and Holy Week, our Todaylight class will host a discussion on Christian Mysticism. We don't pretend to have answers; the subject is broad and deep. This will be the beginning of a conversation in which we hope to build a community of support, to mutually cultivate spiritual practices for the purpose of communing with God, and resting in his Love.

    2. Reconciliation: A Study in Possibility by Swamy, Muthuraj
     "Reconciliation is the Gospel. It is at the very heart of the entire story of God and his people. ...there is good news because from the first stirrings of dissent, God has been working ceaselessly to mend, to heal and to reconcile. ... Both the cost and joy of reconciliation are reflected in this book. "     Over the five Wednesdays of our Series, we will read scripture, talk about it through Swamy's reflections and our own. We'll explore possibilities the could allow us to reach beyond the barriers we have erected around ourselves. We won't win all the  battles. But, we can begin the journey.     "The life, death and resurrection of Jesus are the story of God's reconciliation with humanity. Through them, Jesus opens theway for a restored relationshiop between God and us. If we embrace that joyful new relationship, it should overflow into the way we relate to one another.

Earlier Event: March 27
Lenten Program
Later Event: April 10
Lenten Program