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.
St. Martin's Endowment Fund supports the Annapolis Police Foundation campaign to purchase a new community van.
The Annapolis Police Foundation is a civilian organization that works closely with the Annapolis Police Department. The Foundation is currently campaigning for funds to purchase a new community van which is instrumental to transporting underserved youth and adults to and from many engaging activities and programs. The community van is a lifeline that will connect at-risk youth and other community members to a world of possibilities. This van will serve as a bridge, carrying children and adults to community events, field trips, summer camps, and educational opportunities that would otherwise remain out of reach.
Pictured (left to right are Captain Amy Miguez, Chief of Police Ed Jackson, Vice Chair Judy Buddensick receiving $1,000.00 Endowment Fund grant from Larry Day, Carol Campbell, and Deputy Chief of Police, Stanley Brandford.
Mission Visit to Companion Synod in Tanzania
Are you looking for a life-changing experience? Would you like to meet sisters and brothers in Christ in Tanzania? Have you thought about spending a few days exploring the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater to see amazing animal populations and the awesome splendor of God’s creation? Want to meet new people from this synod and form new connections?
Do you know there are more Lutherans in Tanzania than in the United States? Learn how the Christian faith is spreading, and how new Christians are sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ! A Mission Visit emphasizes building relationships with our hosts rather than “doing a project.” The 2024 Mission Visit is currently in the planning stages, and you can be a part of this exciting journey.
Join us for a scheduled Zoom meeting to learn more about the DE-MD Synod’s 2024 Mission Visit to the Mara Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania.
The zoom session will be held at 7 PM on Tuesday Nov. 14th and will last no longer than 90 minutes but will provide information on how to participate in this exciting opportunity.
For more information, please contact: Pastor Charles Zang, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nancy Zang, email@example.com, Pastor Fred Lehr, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Janet Lehr, email@example.com.