If you want God, and long for union with him, yet sometimes wonder what that means or whether it can mean anything at all, you are already walking with the God who comes.
If you are at times so weary and involved with the struggle of living that you have no strength even to want him, yet are still dissatisfied that you don’t, you are already keeping Advent in your life.
If you have ever had an obscure intuition that the truth of things is somehow better, greater, more wonderful than you deserve or desire, that the touch of God in your life stills you by its gentleness, that there is a mercy beyond anything you could ever suspect, you are already drawn into the central mystery of salvation.
Maria Boulding The Coming of God
For some people belief is easy. But for many people faith is difficult. We’ve never had it, or we’ve lost it, or it simply doesn’t connect with our lives. Acknowledging this can set us off on a profound journey. At St Matthew’s we believe that this is a journey that is better shared.
Our rich and mysterious worship is rooted in an experience of God which inspires us with a progressive and generous vision of how the church and the world might be.
In this section you will find writings and sermons that have meant something to us, and you will also be able to join in our discussion.