Anne Marie Matos

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Are You Doing Things FOR God or WITH God?

[fa icon="calendar'] November 2, 2017 / by Anne Marie Matos posted in Church Planting

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Some of you might not know this, but I actually have two full-time jobs. My volunteer job (better yet my calling) is to co-lead HOUSE SF alongside my husband Craig Matos. However, on top of that I also work a 9-5 job in the health-tech industry as an Office Manager. In my 9-5 role I look after our office facilities, on-boarding, and oversee our entire culture for the company. The company I work for is a non-profit that helps under-served communities receive better healthcare through technology and education. I’m very thankful I have the opportunity to be in both the workplace and church leadership. It helps me to stay grounded and connected to our city.

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A Thank You from CMA Partner: HOUSE SF

[fa icon="calendar'] May 18, 2016 / by Anne Marie Matos posted in Better Together

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To help our district family stay better connected, we'd like to share a letter received from Craig & Anne-Marie Matos, CMA partners and pastors of our church plant House SF in San Francisco:

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The Story That Left Our Hearts in San Francisco

[fa icon="calendar'] February 23, 2016 / by Anne Marie Matos posted in Church Planting, Missions

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A story helps to paint a picture. It invites you on a journey, and it’s always full of twists and turns. As a HOUSE we love to hear stories. Whether it’s meeting someone for the first time and hearing the story of how they came to San Francisco, the stories represented within our own church family and being encouraged by all the amazing things God is doing behind the scenes, or even a good story from a complete stranger talking about their own personal journey through the good, the bad, the ugly. There is something powerful that takes place when we share them.


Craig and I have attempted to write down our story. It helps us to remember where we came from, why we started, and serves as a healthy reminder of what God has done and will continue to do.

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