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WELCOME TO ST. MATTHEW'S CATHEDRAL

IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LARAMIE, WYOMING

In Christ, we grow in faith, respond through action, and embrace all people. 

Service Times

Sundays

 9:00am - Adult Education Forum 

In the undercroft of the Cathedral 

& Children's Sunday School

Located in Hunter Hall
 

10:00am - Holy Eucharist Rite II

(in-person and streamed live here

Location and Contact Information

Downtown Laramie, Wyoming
104 S 4th St.

Laramie, WY 82070

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-2:30pm.

(307) 742-6608 

stmattslaramie@gmail.com

In the News at
St. Matthew's Cathedral

                                                                          

New Dean Announcement 

Some very exciting news to share—Fr. Rick Veit has accepted our invitation to serve as our new dean!
Fr. Rick comes to us from St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Cheyenne where he has served as rector for the past 18 years.  Prior to that he was interim rector and assistant rector at St. Margaret’s  Episcopal Church in Virginia. He has served as Chaplain for the Wyoming State Legislature since 2006, is active with the Cheyenne Interfaith Council, the Diocesan Commission on Ministry, and has served as a National Convention Deputy on several occasions.  He holds a Masters of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Colorado. His family includes his wife Caroline and daughters Elaina and Lucy.
Fr. Rick is deeply spiritual, an extrovert, empathetic, energetic, dedicated and insightful. During his discernment process he has studied our finances, toured our Cathedral campus, met with the search committee and the vestry and is truly excited about the future of our parish. He feels a strong call to be our dean.
As the Bishop said, “I can’t imagine someone more suited and gifted to lead our Cathedral into the future.  I believe he has the experience, talent, vision and spiritual depth to lead in such a way that would enable our Cathedral to live into all that it can be…both in Laramie and as the Cathedral of the Diocese.”
September 1 is the official start date, but we will be in touch occasionally over the next two months enabling an expected smooth transition.
It is a pleasure to be able to share this blessed news!

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