St Matthew Orthodox Church
Green Bay, Wisconsin
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St Matthew Orthodox Church is a parish of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), within the OCA Diocese of the Midwest

Our parish life is rooted in the weekly celebration of the Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 9:30 am. Guests and new members are always warmly welcomed at our services and activities. Non-Orthodox may participate in every way, except for reception of the Sacraments; if you would like to become Orthodox, please speak to the parish priest! 

Please scroll down to see our calendar and list of other events.

Finally, we intentionally keep our website minimalistic because the internet is not reality. Please "come and see" us in person! 

NEWS
Recent news

38th Sunday After Pentecost

Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee

St. Tarasius, Archbishop of Constantinople

Sunday bulletins:

March 3, 2024; February 25, 2024; February 18, 2024.

Parish newsletter: Winter 2023-24.

Calendar and Events

February/March 2024 Liturgical Schedule

Note: services are open to everyone.  All are welcome!

Saturday, February 24, 5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Sunday, February 25, 8:30 am - Matins; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (Publican & Pharisee Sunday)

Wednesday, February 28, 6:00 pm - Daily Vespers

Saturday, March 2, 5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Sunday, March 3, 8:30 am - Matins; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (Prodigal Son Sunday)

Wednesday, March 6, 6:00 pm - Daily Vespers

Friday, March 8, 6:00 pm - General Memorial Service (Soul Saturday)

Saturday, March 9, 5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Sunday, March 10, 8:30 am - Matins; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (Last Judgment Sunday)

Wednesday, March 13, 6:00 pm - Daily Vespers

Saturday, Marach 16, 9:10 am - Hours; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (at St. Macrina Chapel, Waupaca)

March 16, 5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Sunday, 17, 8:30 am - Matins; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy & Forgiveness Vespers(Forgiveness Sunday)

Monday, March 18, 11:30 am - Lenten Hours; 6:00 pm - Great Canon

Tuesday, March 19, 11:30 am - Lenten Hours; 6:00 pm - Great Canon

Wednesday, March 20, 11:30 am - Lenten Hours; 6:00 pm - Presanctified Liturgy

Thursday, March 21, 11:30 am - Lenten Hours; 6:00 pm - Great Canon

Friday, March 22, 11:30 am - Lenten Hours

Saturday, March 23, 5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Saturday, March 23, 6:00 pm - Great Vespers (at St. Macrina Chapel, Waupaca)

Sunday, March 24, 8:30 am - Matins; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (Sunday of Orthodoxy)

Sunday, March 24, 9:30 am - Hours; 9:50 am - Typika (at St. Macrina Chapel, Waupaca)

Sunday, March 24, 6:00 pm - Great Vespers(The Annunciation)

Monday, March, 25, 9:10 am - Hours; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (The Annunciation)

Wednesday, March 27, 6:00 pm - Presanctified Liturgy

Saturday, March 30, 5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Sunday, March 31, 8:30 am - Matins; 9:30 am - Divine Liturgy (Gregory Palamas Sunday)

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St. Matthew Orthodox Church
607 Ravenswood Dr; Green Bay, WI 54302
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The Mission of The Orthodox Church in America, the local autocephalous Orthodox Christian Church, is to be faithful in fulfilling the commandment of Christ to “Go into all the world and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…”

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Saint Matthew Orthodox Church is part of the Diocese of the Midwest, which is presided over by The Right Reverend Paul (Gassios), Bishop of Chicago. Our mission is bringing the joy of Christ's resurrection to those who have never heard the Good News, and to strengthen and encourage the faithful who reside within the Green Bay vicinity.

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The Holy Scripture is a collection of books written over multiple centuries by those inspired by God to do so. It is the primary witness to the Orthodox Christian faith, within Holy Tradition and often described as its highest point. It was written by the prophets and apostles in human language, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and collected, edited, and canonized by the Church.

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Holiness or sainthood is a gift (charisma) given by God to man, through the Holy Spirit. Man's effort to become a participant in the life of divine holiness is indispensable, but sanctification itself is the work of the Holy Trinity, especially through the sanctifying power of Jesus Christ, who was incarnate, suffered crucifixion, and rose from the dead, in order to lead us to the life of holiness, through the communion with the Holy Spirit.

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