Sunday Organ Recital at St Matthias’


Sunday, November 13, 3:30pm


You are cordially invited to join us Sunday afternoon for a program of great organ works performed by our Parish Musician, Mr. John George

The program this month will be all compositions of J. S. Bach.

Also, enjoy our future recitals on December 11th

St Matthias’ Church, 3460 Forest Lane, Dallas  214.358.2585


Computer Security Seminar at St Matthias’ – November 12

Do you have a computer or smartphone?   Do you have photos, music or financial information on your computer that you don’t want to lose, or have someone steal?   If you lost your phone, would you lose family photos that cannot be replaced?

Join us for a Computer Security seminar.   We will discuss threats such as ransomware, viruses, and phishing schemes that are designed to separate you from your data and your money and steal your identity.   We will share the steps you need to take to protect your computer and your phone from computer threats and scams, based on real life experience.

The seminar will be held on Saturday, November 12, from 10:30 to 12:00.   We’ll meet in Duncan Hall.   The seminar will be lead by Candy Heath (Assistant US Attorney) and Van Neinast (IT Department head for a health care company).   There will be lots of discussion, and a number of computer security related door prizes.   Bring your friends and family members – this is information everyone needs!

St Matthias’ Church of Dallas – 3460 Forest Lane, Dallas, TX – 214.358.2585



Relief Appeal: Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew is advancing up the Eastern seaboard of the United States after wreaking havoc in Haiti, Cuba, and other nations in the Caribbean.

As CNN reports, “Haiti had only just begun rebuilding from a devastating earthquake six years ago when Hurricane Matthew tore through the small Caribbean nation on Tuesday, killing hundreds in its path and inundating entire villages.”

In response to the devastation in Haiti and Cuba, and in anticipation of the Anglican parishes which will be affected as Matthew moves up the coast, ARDF has created a fund to help victims. The funds will be distributed by need as determined by ACNA Bishops in jurisdictions affected by the storm in the USA and Cuba. After the Haiti earthquake, for instance, ARDF assisted church communities through an Anglican-affiliated clean water mission.

Contributions to this hurricane relief effort will go to the Anglican diocese best positioned to coordinate the emergency relief. Should an Anglican diocese not be present, ARDF will work through one of our trusted partners to ensure that funds get to the local church.