In 2018, St. Martin’s launched the Building for the Ages capital campaign to expand the ministries and mission of our Lord and Savior Jesus with the Parish Life Center, Children’s Life Center, Christ Chapel, Pastoral Care Center and The Music Center.
The name chosen for this project holds two meanings. The first reflects our commitment to the future. The second reflects our intent to build for the benefit of all Parish members, from the youngest to the oldest.
Building for the Ages includes new buildings and gardens, as well as important renovations to several existing areas.
St. Martin’s celebrated Building for the Ages in August 2021 with Homecoming Weekend, three fun-filled days of dedication and worship in new campus spaces, as well as a celebratory Parish Picnic and spectacular fireworks display.
As we continue to open these buildings and expand our ministries, your generosity is still needed. We invite you to continue to donate to this ambitious project.
Building for the Ages Capital Campaign Video
All Parish Window
Bless others with your gift by donating to the East Window of the Parish Life Center. The window illustrates Jesus’ birth and encapsulates the discovery the shepherds make of the Christ Child. Heaven comes down in the joyful announcements of “Peace on Earth” to the shepherds as musical vine work leads the eye from the angelic chorus through the shepherds, who “hurried off and found” Mary, Joseph and the Baby at the manger.
Our goal for this project is $670,000. Please join us today!
Gifts for Christ Chapel
St. Martin’s Parishioners have a number of opportunities to make special gifts to Christ Chapel in memory of or in thanksgiving for loved ones. If you have an interest in memorial gift opportunities with lasting impact for this and future generations, please contact Carol Gallion.
Help Support St. Martin's Gardens
Parishioners who wish to make a memorial gift to St. Martin’s beautiful gardens can provide donations for teak garden benches and table-and-chair sets. Opportunities begin at $3,000. Durable teak furniture offers quiet seating areas surrounded by trees, flowers, shrubs and fountains.
These special places furnish tranquility and comfort to visitors and Parishioners whether they stop by for a few minutes or a few hours.
To learn more about these giving opportunities, contact Carol Gallion, Administrative Associate to the Rector.