Worship is at the center of what we are called to do as people of God. It is in worship that we come to praise God but it is also in worship that we are fed and nourished with Word and Sacrament, strengthened and empowered to go forth into the world to serve our neighbors in need. St. Martin’s offers three worship services each week.
5pm-Contemplative Holy Communion
St. Martin’s invites you to join us for a contemplative service of Holy Communion starting on September 16th. Led by Pr. Travis Fitzgold, the service will take place at 5pm on Saturdays in the Chapel. Simple music will be included, and there will be space for silent prayer. We hope you can join us for this peaceful and reflective service.
8:45-12:15-Nursery Open ages 0-4yrs
9am- Family Worship
We welcome you to our Family Worship, a casual and reflective service of togetherness. The 9am Sunday Family service of Holy Communion is a shorter 45-minute service at which our band leads music in a wide variety of styles connecting the sacred and the secular. The worship music is a contemporary blend of piano, drums, guitar and vocal.
9:45 Faith Formation
9:45am Children pre-k-5th grade are dismissed to Chapel. Godly Play and JAM teachers will take the children to their classrooms
10:00am-Middle School, High School meet on the first floor youth rooms.
Adults-Come as You Are- Parlor
Crossways Bible Study- Rm 230
11AM Traditional Worship
The 11am Sunday Traditional service of Holy Communion has music, liturgy, and hymns led by our choir and organ. We welcome you to our traditional worship The Holy Spirit gathers us around the means of grace – the saving Word of God and the sacraments. From the table of communion where Jesus Christ comes with forgiveness, life, and salvation, God sends us out to share the good news and to care for those in need.
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Worship With Us- September 23th – 24th, 2023