St Matthew's Anglican Parish Windsor begins ten years of bicentennials in October 2017. We meet in the olderst Anglican church building in Australia having been commissioned by Governor Lachlan Macquarie and designed and built by Francis Greenway. Our properties include four State Heritage listed elements - the cemetery (1810); the church (foundation stone 1817); the Rectory (1825) and the Stables (1826).
A church is a living organism of people. As a body we continue to seek to be a credible presence of Jesus Christ in the Hawkesbury.
Each Sunday we worship Christ together and we offer a variety of church services from the traditional 8am communion through 10am family, to the contemporary 5pm gathering with a meal.
We want church to be a safe place where believers and questioners can hear the word of God read and expounded with reference to the world we live in day by day. We seek to be a church that builds and equips God's people to be all that He intended us to be.
We welcome visitors and new members alike. If you are looking for a new church, we hope you will find St Matthew's to be a place you can call home.