Current Events

General Announcements


Come and Adore Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Adoration is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Wreath Sale

St. Matthew's Catholic School is partnering with Snowline Acres again for the Christmas Wreath Fundraiser. The funds raised will go to improving the school’s technology and new laptops. Out-of-town shipping will be available for the 24-inch wreaths. The cost of the wreaths needing to be shipped is $60.


Since the Foundation's Faith-in-Action Grant Program began in 2007, St. Matthew's Catholic Church has received a total of $15,224.65. Including $5,000recently awarded to support the intergenerational women's faith formation group, employee, enrichment for Catholic institutions program, and religious formation of children. The Foundation gave 29 grants for a totalof $103,379 in this grant cycle. YOUR support of the Foundation makes this possible. Help build your favorite parish or ministry endowment with an online gift at

Seven Sisters Apostolate

The mission of the Seven Sisters Apostolate is a call to strengthen the church by ensuring that a Holy Hour is prayed each day of the week for the sole intention of a specific priest (Father Stan) -a “holy wasting” (Mt 26:10) or lavishing of prayer. A Seven Sister: One Holy Hour, One Priest, Each Week, One Heart of Prayer. If you are interested and would like more information contact Joyce Harris at either 406 -334-3760 or

Annual Fatima Rosary in the Square

Saturday, October 14th, 12:00PM in front of St. Matthew’s School. It takes about 30 minutes, rain or shine. Children are welcome. Please join us to pray for America with 20,000 other rallies around the world! For more information, please call Ray Leopold at 406-250-6272.

End-of-Life Choices For Catholics

Have you or your loved ones wondered about making final life decisions that reflect your faith? Please join us for a workshop on end-of-life issues for Catholics.

NCYC Fundraiser

A huge thank you to all those who pledged their support for the high school students from the Kalispell deanery who will be joining 25,000 other Catholic youth at the National Catholic Youth Conference in Indianapolis this November. On Labor Day, in order to raise funds for their journey, these young people will make a 9 mile pilgrimage on foot from St. Charles Borromeo in Whitefish to the Jesus statue on Big Mountain. Pledge forms are still available in the back of the church and can be mailed to St Charles Borromeo, PO Box 128, Whitefish, MT 59937 (write NCYC in memo line).

Support Sparrow’s Nest

St. Matthew’s has been supporting the Sparrow’s Nest for 9 years so that our teenage students have a place to call home and build a solid future. The Great Fish Challenge is an opportunity to continue our support of the Sparrow’s Nest. For more information about the Great Fish Community Challenge or to make a donation, visit or call 406-863-1781.

Flora Landscaping

We invite you to join the crew who's mission is to make St. Matthew's properties look pleasing and colorful. We are a loosely organized group that keep in touch through texts. We work when we can, however we can, and for as long as we can. Join us for a season, a month, a week, a day or two, or for a specific project.

Holy Communion to the Sick and Homebound

Do you know someone in our Catholic community that cannot come to Mass due to illness or infirmity? Let us not forget them! Saint Matthew’s Parish has a dedicated ministry team who can visit, pray with and administer the Holy Eucharist. If you know someone who cannot come to Mass, please call the parish office at 406-752-6788. A few more volunteers are needed to reach everyone. If you would like to assist in this ministry, please call Brett Bennetts at 406-253-6411.



YouTube Channel

Live streaming is coming soon here at St. Matthew's Parish. Stay tuned to our YouTube Channel.

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