Although church buildings are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the work of the church continues as clergy and lay employees convene congregations online, support those who are most vulnerable, and continue ministry in our communities. Please support our congregation during this unprecedented time by keeping your pledge offerings current. You are still able to mail your offering
Episcopalians are invited to join with Christians around the world as together we join in praying the Lord’s Prayer on Wednesday, March 25 at noon in our own time zones in response to the coronavirus pandemic. https://episcopalchurch.org/posts/publicaffairs/all-christians-invited-pray-wednesday-march-25th?fbclid=IwAR0XKtOpbOQr1uV0ClzgoXNI3OMOLqG2xW2zUjflkPS1VLHAj6DCbAoPPnc
Bishop Sean announced that the entire St. Martin's building will be closed for two weeks. The building will tentatively reopen on Tuesday, April 7th. He hopes this will eliminate any virus lingering. Remember that Father Tom can be reached via his cell phone or through the Wardens. We miss you all and pray for you daily. We will do our best to keep everyone informed during this ever changing
During this difficult time, St. Martin's would like to help the community by continuing to accept donations for our "Food Sunday". Donations will help with the growing need for meals as school closings and reduced work hours make more and more people vulnerable to hunger. St. Martin's will be accepting food donations on both Saturday, March 28 from 10am-2pm, and Saturday, April 4 from 10am-2pm.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=BGQhUWBkU1I In this first letter to the congregation of St. Martin’s I must give thanks. The warm and enthusiastic welcome from the members was surprising and wonderful to experience. My wife, Sianee (pronounced C-N-A), George my son, and Greg, my brother (who happened to be visiting the weekend of Feb. 23) felt the hospitality and care of the