SAINT MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH FOUNDATION

WHO WE ARE


In 1990 the Foundation was established as an endowment fund, with income earned from the Fund's assets used to support worthy projects endorsed by the congregation. 


Funds are received in the form or memorials, bequests, life insurance and other personal contributions. Those who make these gifts - now or in the future - are recognized as Celebrants.


These gifts are a way to leave a legacy for future generations and serve to strengthen Saint Matthew's ability to make a difference in the community and globally. All gifts are welcome!


You can read more about the foundation in our brochure.


Brian Lechner, Chairperson

Tami Gomez, Staff Liasion

John Gray

Renate Schoenberg

Greg Geyer

Nancy Schott

Dave Perkins

Deborah Adey

Marv Schick

COLUMBARIUM AND MEMORIAL GARDEN

In recent years, many churches have installed a columbarium as a meaningful way to honor and respect the remains of those who have been born into eternal life.


Saint Matthew has a tranquil Columbarium and Memorial Garden adjacent to the Sanctuary. It can be entered from the Sanctuary or from outside the building via the North Entrance parking lot.


A granite plaque has been placed in the Memorial Garden where the names of family and friends interred here or buried elsewhere can be added as a commemoration of their lives. If you are interested in having a name or names added to the plaque, now is the time to let us know as we will be ordering a second plaque soon. Forms for making a request are available at the Welcome Center.

Columbarium Pricing


Please contact Gwen Ross or Tami Gomez for additional information.

 



SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Since this program began in 2002, the Saint Matthew Foundation has provided over $60,000 in scholarships and grants. Awards are made to members of Saint Matthew who are continuing their education beyond high school at a two or four-year college or university, an accredited vocational school or in Christian Leadership Training.


To be considered, applicants must have demonstrated Christian values, regularly participated in Saint Matthew programs and served as a mentor or an inspiration to others as they grow in Christ.