St. Martin's Welcomes YOU!
St. Martin’s joyfully affirms that every person is a child of God, made in God’s image. We recognize that we are called to be one body with many members; all are necessary for the health and well-being of the church body.
Welcoming All, Growing Together, Sharing God’s Love, and Serving Christ with Energy and Joy!
8 AM & 10 AM - Indoor Worship Service in the Sanctuary
For communion, pre-packaged kits (with wafer and grape juice) as well as pre-poured grape juice in communion cups are available. Bread and poured wine are available at the altar.
Please note that masks are optional, but highly encouraged.
Please note that we offer a virtual service (live stream) on our YouTube channel that posts at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
December Worship Services
Community Worship Service
On Tuesday, December 6th at 7 p.m., St. Martin's will host a community prayer service. Each month throughout the year, different houses of worship in the Annapolis community host this service and next month it will be held here at St. Martin's. We hope you can join us as we gather in prayer for our city.
Service of the Longest Night
On Wednesday, December 21st there will be a Service of the Longest Night at 7 PM. Of course, being the winter solstice, the 21st is the longest night of the year, but the service also seeks to provide a place for people of faith who may be having trouble feeling particularly “merry” this year. Such services are sometimes called “Blue Christmas” services. We hope this will be a blessing to many
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Services
Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24th: 4 p.m. - Children's Service. Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24th: 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. - Candlelight Service. Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25th: 10 a.m. Service.
Save the Date!
Bay Winds Band has been rehearsing in our gym throughout the year and will present an enjoyable concert in our sanctuary featuring a variety of musical styles including holiday favorites, pop and old standards- something for everyone! Reserve some time during a hectic season to sit back, relax and recharge. A free-will offering will benefit St. Martin’s.
Dedication of our Peace Garden
We rejoice as we dedicate our beautiful Peace Garden. Many people have given generously in various ways to create and continuously beautify this holy space.
The Peace Garden tells the story of Christ with us now, and our eternal hope, won through His glorious Resurrection.
Om Sunday, October 23, we joined in the Peace Garden and lifted prayers of Thanksgiving to our Lord on this special day.
JOIN A BIBLE STUDY
Men's Breakfast Bible Study
Read and discuss the Gospel and Lessons for the upcoming Sunday service. For more information, contact the Church Office, 410-263-4723.