Women's Ministry

St. Martin's Episcopal Church

The Order of the Daughters of the King®

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First Saturdays through May
10:00 am
Children’s Life Center

Rekindle friendships and fellowship in this spiritual sisterhood dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. All women who are members of St. Martin’s may join the Order for Bible study. Visitors are welcome at each meeting.

Visit the Diocese of Texas Daughters of the King website for more information about the Order.

March 5 – Special Guest, St. Martin’s Clergy Member
Join us for a lesson on Lenten teachings as we enter this Holy season.

April 2 – Book Study, “The House That God Built” by Jeffry L. Seif & Zola Levitt
“This readable and entertaining discussion begins with the Tabernacle of the Wilderness and covers all of the Temples: Solomon’s, Herod’s, the Tribulation Temple, and the Millennial Temple.  The past, present and future of the house of God on Earth are clearly explained.  A vital and important part of God’s plan, which should be understood by every Bible student.”

May 7 – Our Season Ends
We will end our year with Holy Eucharist and reflections.

“The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”
Lamentations 3:22-23

To volunteer and for more information, email outreach@stmartinsepiscopal.org.
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The Moms’ Group

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9:15 am
 - 10:30 am
Children’s Life Center

Newcomers welcome! Join mothers of infants through 12th grade for a time of fellowship, teaching, prayer and support. Childcare is provided for infants through age four.

Mission: To provide mothers of all ages and stages, bonded by their desire to raise strong, loving and serving families, with community, fellowship and opportunities to grow in their Christian faith.


  • We strive to give moms the opportunity to connect with other moms in support and friendship through faith study, service/outreach, social gatherings, play dates, projects and speakers.
  • We seek to promote themes and discussion that help moms flourish in their homes and enhance family life in order to help mothers become the best version of themselves.
  • We welcome moms from every stage of motherhood including new moms as well as experienced moms, focusing on serving and growing in relationship with each other and in Christ.

The Moms’ Group Spring Schedule
The semester will continue with a weekly study of Patty Pell’s “Motherhood: Being Grounded in Christ.”

January 19 – Kick-off Meeting; Featuring Special Guest Christi Smith, Director of Women’s Ministry at Houston’s First Baptist Church
January 26 – Book Study Begins; Featuring “Motherhood: Being Grounded in Christ” (Patty Pell)
February 8 – ECW Spring Luncheon, 11:00 a.m.
March 2 – OFF for Ash Wednesday
March 5 – Moms’ Group Saturday Brunch 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette River Oaks
March 9 – Lenten Devotional; Featuring Special Guest the Rev. Lisa Neilson
March 16 – OFF for Spring Break
April 6 – No study; making Palm Crosses
April 20 – Easter Devotional; Featuring Special Guest the Rev. Jane Ferguson
May 11 – Outreach Meeting; Packing Human Trafficking Kits
May 19 – Moms’ Group End-of-Year Party 7:00 p.m.; Los Tios Tanglewood

To volunteer and for more information, email outreach@stmartinsepiscopal.org.
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Blanket Ladies

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10:00 am
 - 12:00 pm
Activity Center

Share in fellowship and fun! St. Martin’s Blanket Ladies make approximately 4,000 receiving blankets annually for infants at local hospitals. No sewing experience is required.

To volunteer and for more information, email outreach@stmartinsepiscopal.org.
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Prayer Shawl Ministries

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9:30 am
Activity Center, Family Room

Find your place with Prayer Shawl Ministries as you knit and crochet God’s love into shawls of many colors. If you don’t know how to knit or crochet, don’t worry – we will teach you! Upon completion, shawls are blessed and donated to the needy.

To volunteer and for more information, email outreach@stmartinsepiscopal.org.