St. Matthias Catholic Church sits between I-71 and Cleveland Avenue in northeastern Columbus. It is located in a residential area with lots of houses and apartment complexes. Three main buildings make up the church complex. First is the school. St. Matthias operates a school that educates children from kindergarten to grade 8. The school building is to the right of the main church. It is not a majestic or even particularly large building, but it is filled with artwork and decorations made by students. The building farthest to the left is the office building in which Sisters, Pastors and other clergy as well as secretaries and treasurers work during the day. The building is surrounded by statues of Mary and Jesus. Finally, the building in the center is the main church building. This building has a giant cross over it. Inside is an almost circular shaped chapel with benches lining either side. At the front is a big cross with stained glass windows beside it. On the cross is Jesus. Many chandeliers surround the church with crosses painted on the lights. The church also features several statues of Jesus and Mary as well as artwork made by the school children.