Are you looking for the perfect location and facilities for that special event?  Whether it is a wedding, reception, retreat, conference, seminar, or other event. . .


St. Matthew's Episcopal Church on the Lake
in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, is the perfect place!


The Sanctuary seats about 150 people.  Floor-to-ceiling windows behind the altar offer a beautiful view of the lake.

 Parish Hall Reception

The Parish Hall is furnished with tables and chairs and has an adjoining full kitchen. 

 Parish Hall-Deck

Accessible from the Parish Hall, there is a deck with a stunning view that overlooks the 14-acre Sand Springs Lake.


For further information, rates and bookings, please contact:

Susan Hart
Community News

Ottawa County Farmers' Market

Come get your fresh and local fruits and vegetables!

May 25, 2016

All Saints' Episcopal Church

All Saints' Episcopal Church will host the Ottawa County Farmers' Market starting Thursday, June 9th at 4 PM. There will be fruit, vegetables and fun for the whole family! Come get your fresh and local vegetables! The Farmers' Market will be every Thursday afternoon from June until October under the All Saints' Episcopal Church Pavilion on C Street and 3rd Avenue NW in Miami, Oklahoma.

Teachers' Toolbox

Gathering school supplies for our Miami teachers

May 25, 2016

All Saints' Episcopal Church

Teachers' Toolbox is a new ministry of All Saints' Episcopal Church. With the loss of school based social workers in Miami Public Schools and many resources drying up, pressure builds on our teachers to have supplies on hand for their classrooms. Often, the teacher must provide supplies for students and this expense comes out of the teachers' pocket. With Teachers' Toolbox, we are trying to reduce those expenses by providin...

May 2016 Evangel

May 01, 2016

St John's Episcopal Church

During the primary election recently, I voted separately from Mary because of our diverging schedules that day. After we both got home I asked her who she voted for and she refused to tell me. She said that in her household growing up, her parents encouraged open conversation and expression of opinions about politics and other issues of the day. But who you voted for was a solemn and private matter.