Beloved People of St. Martin’s, The Program Year at St. Martin’s begins anew with a renewed sense of energy and excitement this year, and I can’t wait to see you all here this weekend! We will have the United Thank Offering Ingathering at all three services this weekend. Our first 10:30 service went off without […]
When strangers appear amongst us and seek shelter with us, they gift us with the opportunity to live out our gospel values in the full view of the world.
I hope you meditate on these readings and allow them to take root in your hearts. And then do the work of faith in action.
August 14th is the feast day of Jonathan Myrick Daniels, Seminarian and Witness for Civil Rights, in the Episcopal commemoration of saints.
From the earliest days of the church, the Acts of the Apostles tells the story of the charitable work of the fellowship of believers.
By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to set out for a place that he was to receive as an inheritance; and he set out, not knowing where he was going.
A weekly reminder to be thankful in every aspect of our lives, and to pause and reflect on all the gifts we have received.
Bishop Wayne Smith returned to the office this past week following his July vacation. Despite his “vacation” time, he’s been rather busy with staff transitions.
One year ago we formally began our lives walking together in discipleship after you and the incredible vestry here called me to be your priest-in-charge.
In order to provide more time for Adult Christian Education and allow the choir to participate more in our programming, the 10:15 service will begin 15 minutes later at 10:30, starting Sunday, September 1.
We are calling all students, staff, and teachers to bring in their backpacks for a blessing during the weekend of August 10-11.
St. Martin’s welcomes the River Blenders Chorus to our 10:15 a.m. worship on Sunday, August 18.
Interviews are beginning and we’ve secured locations and dates for the November walkabouts and April 2020 ordination and consecration of our next bishop.
This Sunday in our gospel we will hear one of the two texts that helped shape what is probably the most familiar Christian prayer to most of us.