Welcome to St. Martin’s…. I hope you will find the information provided on this website helpful in becoming acquainted with the worship, ministries, programs, and fellowship activities we have to offer. The congregation is made up of people with a wide variety of creative talents, interests, and backgrounds who find their unity, purpose, and life’s direction in God.
St. Martin’s is a parish that celebrates in the Episcopal Catholic tradition. We are a “house of prayer for all people.” Come, share with us. We offer sound Biblical teaching and preaching, traditional sacraments, a variety of interesting community activities, pastoral care, and outreach mission opportunities.If you are looking for a church family, please know that you will be welcomed with open arms at St. Martin’s and we have a place already waiting for you to join us as we worship God, follow Christ and serve the world in the power of God’s loving spirit with compassion.
Our “Catechesis of the Good Shepherd” program for younger children engages with hands-on learning in the Montessori tradition and our three-tiered youth programs for teens builds Christian character in young people. We have dedicated professionals leading each of these important Sunday agendas. In addition, during the week for preschoolers, we offer St. Martin’s Day School, a Montessori school with a Christian focus.
Our adult programs for those interested in learning more about the Episcopal Church or to grow deeper in their faith include a Sunday adult forum, weekday study groups.
It is our desire at St. Martin’s to accept people where they are on their journey, and to value the gifts, talents and interests that they bring to our church and the world as gifts from God. Know that we are delighted that you visited us on the Web today. We would be glad to have you visit us at one of our services as well. Please enjoy your journey through these pages and contact us via email or phone if you have any questions, comments, thoughts, or prayer requests.
May God bless you as you journey in faith in the days and years ahead. God Bless!
Father Bruce Montgomery, Rector+