Church Event

Bylaw Updates

Join the Vestry on July 2 after the 10:15 a.m. service in Park Hall to get an update on some minor changes we have been working on to our St. Martin’s Bylaws. The Vestry has approved the changes, as has the Diocese Standing Committee, and the final step is to hold a parish vote for approval.

Ministry

Social Justice Ministry

The St. Martin’s social justice group gathers for its regular monthly meeting on the second Saturday of the month, June 10, at 8:30 a.m. for a potluck breakfast and conversation.

Ministry Information

Social Justice Ministry

The St. Martin’s social justice group gathers for its regular monthly meeting on the second Saturday of the month, June 10, at 8:30 a.m. for a potluck breakfast and conversation.

Counselors Needed for Camp Phoenix

Camp Phoenix, the summer camp for the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri, is looking for camp counselors for this summer’s session, to be held July 30 – August 5.

Ministry

Social Justice Commission

The newly forming Social Justice Committee is a group of parishioners interested in educating themselves on issues of social justice and racial inequity.

Book Club

Tuesday, March 28 (7:00 – 8:30 p.m.) This month we are reading Gilead: A Novel by Marilynne Robinson. Please read the book and plan to join us on March 28th. Newcomers are always welcome! Nearly 25 years after Housekeeping, Marilynne Robinson returns with an intimate tale of three generations, from the Civil War to the […]

Lent Madness

Celebrity Blogger Week Learn more about the people behind the writings of the Saints on the Lent Madness website. Fun facts and interesting insights from each “celebrity” may help you select the winning saints! Follow the Lent Madness blog and find any other Lent Madness information on the Lent Madness website. The format is straightforward: […]

Book Club

Bruno, Chief of Police: A Novel of the French Countryside by Martin Walker The Book Club meets on Tuesday, February 28th from 7:00-8:30 pm in Packwood Library. We will discuss Bruno, Chief of Police: A Novel of the French Countryside by Martin Walker. Come join the discussion. Newcomers are always welcome! About the book: Meet Benoît Courrèges, […]

Lent Madness is Back!

Who will win the Golden Halo? Lent Madness is fun and engaging way to learn about the men and women comprising the Church’s Calendar of Saints. Combining the NCAA Basketball format of March Madness with interesting facts about many of our saints, you can participate by learning about these saints and voting to determine which […]

Ministry Information

Take Them A Meal

Our parish has a wonderful program called “Take Them a Meal.” It has several parish participants–people who just want to lend a hand when someone is in need due to an illness, a birth or a death in the family. We are in need of a few more members of this ministry to help provide these […]

Get Involved

Fountains Paper Pickup

Over the last several years St. Martin’s has organized an outreach effort to pick up and recycle newspapers from the Fountains Senior Living facility near the church. Thanks to Jim, Mike, Joann, Steve, Tom, Megan, Lincoln and Erv for helping this past year. Because circumstances are always changing, we need to augment this group for […]