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. We welcome you because you are you. We embrace your race, ethnicity, heritage, and are committed to the work of racial equity. We embrace your relationship status: married, divorced, widowed, or single; your gender identity and expression, sexual orientation; your socio-economic status; your age; your life circumstances. We welcome you to St. Martin's because you complete us. Through our liturgy and hymnody; through candles and bells; through voices raised and brass played; through Word and sacrament---through all that we do, may God be praised. And may each one of us be renewed in the "good tidings of great joy" which is for all people!
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. We also offer a virtual service (live stream) on our YouTube channel that posts at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
Church & School Families Packing Meals for Rise Against Hunger on September 17th!
Joining Hands to Lend a Hand
This may look like simple bags of rice and soy, but Rise Against Hunger meals represent the hopes and dreams of people worldwide. Many hands came together at St. Martin's after the 10:00 am worship service on September 17 to participate in packing 20,000 meals for Rise against hunger to distribute throughout the world to those who are hungry!
The Pumpkins Are Coming!
The Lighthouse Shelter Pumpkin Patch is returning to St. Martin’s on September 30th. We are responsible for staffing the patch on Saturday, , September 30th, and Sunday, October 1st from 10-6. We need several volunteers to help weigh the pumpkins and collect the monies. They are also asking if any teens are interested in holding signs up at the corner of the parking lot to attract more attention to the patch. Each shift requires someone over the age of 18 to be present. We will have two shifts each day from 10-2 or 2-6. If you can help staff a shift or have a couple of hours in between, please click here for the Sign-up Genius.
Sharing a Meal with the Light House
Please consider signing up to provide a meal to the residents at the Light House. An individual, family, team, or group can sign up to provide a meal on a Monday for 65 at the Light House. This is a long running ministry that St. Martin’s has provided to the Light House and we hope to keep it going strong. Please sign up to provide a meal at the following Sign up Genius link https://www.signupgenius.
The meal can be prepared and dropped off on the 2nd Monday of the month at 3 p.m. or the meal can be prepared, reheated and served by the group directly to the residents.
Polka Mass & Oktoberfest 2023
Our Annual Oktoberfest will be Sunday, October 8. We will have a normal 8 a.m. service, followed by a Polka Mass at 10 a.m., and then we will gather for an Oktoberfest meal in the courtyard (or gymnasium if raining). We will serve brats and hot dogs with rolls and condiments, German spaetzle, red cabbage, kid-friendly mac and cheese with apples and cupcakes for dessert. Beer, wine, water and punch will be available.