As the new guidelines from the Diocese and Bishop Sean have just been released today, I have carefully considered our parish, and what choice would be best for our parishioners. After discussions with our Vestry, we have decided to resume in-person services beginning on April 1, Maundy Thursday, similar to our safe-practicing services that we were offering last year during the pandemic. We
Click HERE to read a message from Bishop Sean regarding the ongoing COVID-19 situation. You are all in my prayers as we continue to navigate these difficult and confusing times and I am constantly searching for new ways to be a worshipping community in the midst of them. I know that it is painful and disappointing for many to be entering another season of the church year without being able
2021 giving envelopes are now available for pick up in the lobby of St. Martin's. The side door of the church will be open from 10AM -12 PM on Sunday, February 14, 2021 to allow everyone who requested envelopes to pick them up. If you are unable to come to the church, please email us and we can mail them to you as well. Thank you for all you do for the support of St. Martin's!
A HUGE thank you goes out to all those who donated diapers, wipes and other baby items during our Epiphany collection. This week, the LIFT group delivered a TON of diapers, wipes, etc. to The Family Justice Center site right on Grand Island. There were also $250 in financial donations which FJC requested to use as needed to establish their new "pantry" for baby items. FJC serves as a temporary
Vestry had their first meeting of 2021 on Jan 14. We welcomed our new Vestry members – Mark Korzelius, Jr. Warden, Allie Porter, Kris Dodge, Melodie McEvoy, and Dawn Farquharson. There was an abundance of gratitude and joy as we reviewed the December and year end financial report. For anyone that has been on Vestry before, you know the palpitations that come some years as we watch the