Christmas Gift Drives

St. Martin’s is supporting two Christmas gift drives this year: Episcopal City Mission (ECM) and Salvation Army.

Peace Meal

The Peace Meal Project is a free fellowship meal for all, served every Saturday evening at St. John’s in Tower Grove. St. Martin’s is the sponsor on December 9 and we are currently looking for volunteers.

Food Pantry Sunday

Please consider helping our friends and neighbors in need by donating non-perishable food and toiletry items. Our donations support the Circle of Concern’s Food Pantry, where items are distributed throughout the West County community.

The Garden Party is this Saturday!

The Garden Committee is celebrating its second year in the garden and we would like to invite ALL of St. Martin’s to join us in celebrating God’s many blessings in our ministry.

Thanksgiving Food Drive – Pick Up A Bag!

The Outreach Committee will distribute grocery bags this weekend after each service for the Annual Circle of Concern Thanksgiving Food Drive.

Pumpkin Patch

The St. Martin’s Pumpkin Patch is still running and we expect this upcoming week to be our busiest week yet!

Adopt a Family

This year, Circle is expanding their Holiday Family Adoption program and inviting more friends, businesses, churches and civic groups to adopt Circle client families than ever before.

The Pumpkin Patch is Here!

The St. Martin’s Pumpkin Patch is running full steam ahead and needs YOUR help! We have several two-hour shifts that still need to be filled.

We’re Having a Garden Party!

The Garden Committee is celebrating its second year in the garden and we would like to invite ALL of St. Martin’s to join us in celebrating God’s many blessings in our ministry.

Pumpkin Patch Volunteers Needed!

The St. Martin’s Pumpkin Patch is back again this year and we need YOUR help!!  This Saturday morning we will begin decorating at 11:00 a.m. and the truck will arrive at 12:00 noon.

Food Pantry Sunday

St. Martin’s has a long-standing tradition of supporting the Circle of Concern Food Pantry. Our donations help provide assistance to families in West County.

One Week After Maria, Puerto Rico is in Crisis

A message for those who have asked and are yearning to help our brothers and sisters throughout the hard-hit current disaster areas: there are ways to help!

Cultivating Hope

Have you heard about a newly configuring network of Episcopalians interested in cultivating resilient communities through the growing and sharing of food? Now called “Cultivate: the Episcopal Food Network,” they will host their first conference on Saturday, October 14.

Blood Drive on Tuesday

POWER IN THE BLOOD: YOU CAN PUT THE POWER OF FAITH INTO ACTION AND HELP SAVE A LIFE! Sign up online or in Park Hall.

Hearts Full, Prayers Continue, Clean-up Begins

It’s hard to sit on your hands and not jump into action, but it’s still a bit early for us to contribute volunteer work in these new mission fields. ERD tells us prayer and donations are needed most.