Welcome to St. Martin’s!
We’re excited you want to learn more. Below, you can find answers to questions about our worship opportunities, get information about what to expect with your first visit, and connect with a ministry. Have more questions? Contact us!
What Can I Expect?
When you visit St. Martin’s, you can expect to be accepted for who you are and where you are on your spiritual journey. We are an inclusive fellowship that values each person, the gifts they possess and the possibilities they present to make all our lives better.
St. Martin’s is a place of connection and encouragement. And it is a place of choices. We offer diverse worship experiences featuring contemporary or classical music, and our membership ranges from youth to seniors who bring their own energy and perspective to every service. So join us! Bring your kiddos, invite a friend, or come on your own to see what we’re about! We’re eager to see you!
How Should I Dress?
You won’t find a dress code at St. Martin’s. We want everyone who joins us to feel comfortable. Whether you’re most comfortable dressing up or prefer to come casually, we want you to know that you are welcome here.
What If I Can’t Hear Well?
We understand that many suffer from some degree of hearing loss. You will be pleased to learn that St. Martin’s provides hearing aids that amplify the volume of spoken words and music and will help ensure you fully experience the service.
Interested in membership at St. Martin’s?
St. Martin’s is a wonderful place with a long history. But what makes it special are the people who make it family. People like you! We’re glad you’re here, and we’d love to have you join us as a member.
We allow new members to join as they feel ready. You’ll get to know our pastor, create a profile in our online community, Realm, and be officially welcomed into the St. Martin’s family during a worship service.
You’ll also have the opportunity to learn about St. Martin’s history, ministries, and opportunities at one of our New Member Welcome events, which take place in September, January, and June each year.