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Saint Matthias Evangelical Lutheran Church


100 Chapel View Drive, Greensburg Pa 15601







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To Contact Us


St. Matthias Evangelical Lutheran Church

100 Chapel View Drive

Greensburg, Pa 15601


To contact our Church office:

Phone 724-834-2457

secretary@stmatthiasgreensburg.org


To contact our Pastor:

Rev. Paul M. Gruesu

Phone 724-837-6212

pastor@stmatthiasgreensburg.org



Worship with Holy Communion


(September - May)

Saturday 7:00PM

Sunday 10:15AM

Sunday School 9:00AM


(June - August)

Saturday 7:00PM

Sunday 9:30AM

No Sunday School










Upcoming Events


Holy Week Worship Schedule

We welcome you to join us for the following worship opportunities during Holy Week.



Thursday, April 13 7pm Maundy Thursday Worship at St. Matthias


Friday, April 14 12pm Community Good Friday Worship at First Reformed United Church of Christ
7pm Good Friday Worship at St. Matthias


Saturday, April 15 NO Saturday evening worship at St. Matthias

8pm Easter Vigil Worship at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Youngwood


Sunday, April 16 10:15am Easter Sunday Worship at St. Matthias


** First Reformed United Church of Christ is located at 312 South Maple Ave. in Greensburg


** St. Luke's Lutheran Church is located at 126 North 4th St. in Youngwood



Organist/Choir Director Position Available We are searching for an Organist/Choir Director for our Sunday morning worship service and additional special services, beginning May 1, 2017. Resumes can be submitted to secretary@stmatthiasgreensburg.org. Questions can be directed to the church office at (724) 834-2457. Please see the following link for the Organist/Choir Director job description: Organist/Choir Director


Alter Flower sign up sheet is now available.


The Bear Ministry Our Teddy Bear Ministry continues to grow! Come and take a free Teddy Bear to someone in need of God's love!


HELP WANTED - The Music Department needs your talent! Come make a joyful noise, there are no age limits. Choir practice is on Wednesday nights. Please contact our organist and choir director, Zachary Rohlwing, for more information at (724) 834-2457.


Voulenteers are needed for worship assistants, if you would like to help contact Pastor Paul or Amy in the Church office.


Our garden will start in April 2017. Plot donations will be $20.00 a year. This is to cover the cost of water. The garden is fertilized and plowed. The rest is up to you! The plots are 20ft. By 10ft. You can enjoy the fruits of your labor and any excess can be donated to our harvest table or the Westmoreland County Food Bank. Contact Fred Oestreicher for details. Contact info: 724-836-8228. We will have an open house at St. Matthias Church, Saturday, April 22nd at 3pm to answer all questions.

Rules, regulations and application are on the link.St Matthias Community Garden
















Mission Statement



The Mission of St. Matthias Evangelical Lutheran Church is to allow God to lead us to be a growing community of Christ's faithful disciples and to joyfully proclaim the good news of God's grace and love to all.







Statement of Values



Responding to the love and mercy of God in our own lives, we of St. Matthias Evangelical Lutheran Church are Disciples of Christ Jesus. We are committed to the growing in our discipleship through worshiping, and serving God, and following Jesus' teachings. We hear the Word of God, receive the Sacraments, pray and serve our church community as well as neighbors near and far, fostering spirituality and faithful living.


We are called to go as messengers of God and minister to those in physical and spiritual need, inviting them to hear God's word, know God's grace, and become disciples of Christ, that together we may worship, serve, and witness.


As members of the church body we commit ourselves to using the gifts and resources God has given us, seeking to do God's will and helping one another so that we may become a healthy body that God's kingdom may grow in our midst.