|Dedication||Holy Spirit (when Catholic)|
|Demolished||4 December 1943|
The St. Matthew Church was a church in Leipzig, Germany. It was built in 1488. At first, it was a Franciscan church. From 1699, it was a Lutheran church. It was known as the Neukirche (English: "New Church"). In 1867, a new congregation was created. They named the church Matthäikirche. It was destroyed in 1943 during the Second World War.