Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020 – Bus tour of 5 historic sites in Somerset County followed by dinner. Email Alison at email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
Sunday mornings (starting January 12) during the season of Epiphany 9:30 – 10:15 a.m. in the conference room.
This six week course is for you if you:
1. Are Roman Catholic, Baptist, Presbyterian or any other kind of Christian.
2. Are new to the Episcopal Church and wonder what you’ve gotten yourself into.
3. Would like to learn why we do what we do as we do it.
4. Might enjoy getting to know a few more people in your parish.
Fr. Mulder will be leading these sessions, but there will also be lots of discussion. So bring your cup of coffee and join us. You’ll be glad if you do.
PS – Even if you can’t get to all of the sessions, come when you can.
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Immediately following the 10:30 am service
GATHERING THE CLAN (otherwise known as the Annual Meeting)
Please join us for our annual meeting and parish brunch!
This meeting is important not only because it helps us review the last year with gratitude, but will unite us to move forward together into the new year.
Elect new members to our Vestry, and thank those who have served.
Receive the reports of all the activities of the past year.
Hear where we are financially for our 2020 budget (how we carry out ministry)
Learn more about our search for our next rector. What is our timeline?
Communities of faith count on people who care enough to show up, stand up, help out, reach out and celebrate in the name of the Lord!
Come, let’s be St. Martin’s together!
It’s Time to Trim the Church!
Join the Altar Guild on Sunday, December 22nd at 11:45 am to decorate the church! Refreshments will be served. All volunteers are welcome.
Let’s make sure St. Martin’s looks its best for the birth of Christ!
Our annual “Angel Tree” will be in place and decorated with our Giving Ornaments this Sunday! All instructions for buying and returning the gifts will be on the actual ornaments. Gifts will be due back Sunday, December 15th and can be put in Fr. Tim’s office. We hope you consider participating in this wonderful St. Martin’s tradition!