Come worship God at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church.
Holy Eucharist (i.e. Communion, Mass, Lord’s Supper) is central to our Christian identity and shared life together. We consider baptized Christians of all ages and denominations to be fully members of the Body of Christ and encourage all to partake in the Holy Communion at the Lord’s Table.
Saturdays at 5:05 pm
Come as you are to “The 5o5”—gentle, honest worship that focuses on the Gospel, draws on prayers from many sources and flirts with contemplative practices while brainwave-soothing harp music plays in the background. You may light candles for those in your heart and mind and perhaps voice a line of prayer or scripture here or there during this Communion service as marked in the bulletin. Children are often tasked with ringing the bell to punctuate our prayers and help with other jobs. The congregation pitches in as able to remove the chairs afterwards.
Sundays at 8:00 am
The early service, a spoken Rite I Eucharist from the Book of Common Prayer, features traditional language without worship music.
Sundays at 10:15 am
The principle service, a joyful Rite II Eucharist from the Book of Common Prayer, features music from our vocal, handbell, children’s and youth choirs.
Children 4–12 years old are invited to follow the cross out to “Spark.” Spark combines Children’s Worship and Sunday School, offering age-appropriate Bible lessons and activities. The children return to the sanctuary in time to share Holy Communion with their families.
The Children In Worship Space offers young families flexible seating and toddler books with a good view of the Altar.
Our friendly staff welcome children to the recently renovated Nursery beginning at 9:45 a.m.