St. Matthew Lutheran Church
5021 52 Avenue
Stony Plain, AB

Our congregation was founded in 1894 by a group of families from who came to settle the area. St. Matthew Lutheran Church is known as a mother church for Lutheranism in Western Canada. From the work of the first pastors at St. Matthew in Stony Plain, at least 90 congregations were founded in Alberta and BC. The congregation grew with the community and now has 1100 baptized and 800 communicant members from various backgrounds and hometowns.

Stony Plain Alliance Church
Office address: Suite 203, 5013-48 Street
Stony Plain, AB
Sunday Service address: Living Waters Christian Academy 5 Grove Drive W, Spruce Grove (temporary location) at 10 am

Our vision is to see lives reconciled to God and transformed as people follow Jesus for the purpose of glorifying God.
To pursue this, we seek to grow our faith in God, build Christ-centred community with each other and serve the mission of Jesus in the world, as empowered by the Holy Spirit.
Grow our Faith in God (UP)
We aspire to constantly grow in faith by pressing on toward an ever-depending relationship with God and knowledge of His will based on the authority of the Bible.
Build Christ-Centered Community (IN)
We aspire to build a healthy community that reflects the character and priorities of Christ.
Serve the Mission of Jesus (OUT)
We aspire to proclaim and demonstrate Christ’s message of reconciliation both locally and globally.
As we engage in these inter-related elements of our vision, we pursue life, church and world transformation by following Jesus, in the power of the Holy Spirit, to the Glory of God.

Youth Ministry
A place students can come be themselves & be accepted for who they are.
A place students learn to serve and care for Stony Plain and Parkland County.
A place students can investigate the Christian faith.
A place students can come and talk about life, issues, or whatever they are facing and receive help and have
people who will journey with them.
Work with families to help develop healthy communication and boundaries.