Faith in Literature
St. Martin’s Faith in Literature day and evening groups explore, discuss and make relevant connections between faith and works of fiction, past and present. While operating within the framework of Christian theology, we seek to ascertain how all good literature, even if by omission, deals with and reflects themes of faith.
Join us as we study and explore these works in 2023.
St. Martin’s Cooking Classes
Do you feel less-than-competent in the kitchen? Don’t worry. We are here to help you expand your menu repertoire! St. Martin’s Cooking Class series offers a fun way to sharpen your culinary skills while sharing in fellowship.
Classes are designed for cooks of all skill levels. Space is limited.
Chrissy KanaCoordinator of Food Services
Order of St. Luke (OSL)
The Order of St. Luke (OSL) meets weekly to learn and grow in the practice of prayer for healing. The group offers prayers after the Sunday services and hosts the Service of Prayer for Healing and Wholeness on the first Wednesday of the month.
For more information about OSL and its mission, click here.
Amanda DeVineyClergy Assistant
St. Martin’s 20s & 30s
The 20s & 30s ministry welcomes both singles and couples for weekly fellowship, study and prayer. During Wednesday evening gatherings, the group shares a meal and talks about current life events.
The Rev. R. Wesley ArningAssociate for Young Adult and Small Group Ministry
Help organize the pew rack in The Church as a volunteer with Lydia’s Guild, you help straighten and organize the pew racks in The Church. Work is done on a rotating schedule for a few hours every four weeks making it an easy and convenient way to serve.
Barbara PianaWorship Services Coordinator
Represent St. Martin’s to the public as a Docent. Serve as a tour host and share your love and knowledge of The Church’s magnificent Gothic architecture, stained glass windows, details and symbolism.
Tours are given during the year for Parish members, schools, local community organizations and others.
Tracee TindolAdministrative Assistant
Saintly Stitchers Needlepoint Group
Come be a part of Saintly Stitchers and fill St. Martin’s with needlepointed pew kneelers. Each beautiful kneeler features a scripture taken from the Church’s stained-glass windows. Sponsor a kneeler or join us to stitch, whether expert or novice. Stitchers meet Mondays 10 a.m. – noon in the Activity Center and the first Tuesday evening of the month in a member’s home.
St. Clare’s Needlepoint Guild
Do you love to needlepoint? Consider joining St. Clare’s Needlepoint Guild. This guild welcomes stitchers of any skill level and teaches needlepoint from basic stitches to detailed and advanced work.
- Day Group meets Wednesdays from noon-3 p.m. in the Activity Center, Upper Hall East
- Sunday Group meets on the fourth Sunday of the month from 1-4 p.m. in the Activity Center, Upper Hall East
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Do you enjoy greeting Parishioners and visitors to make them feel welcome? If so, St. Martin’s Greeters Guild is for you! This service greets worshipers before and after the 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services. As a greeter, you answer questions and encourage visitors to fill out a visitor card. Sign up today.
Kathy JohnsonDirector of Membership
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Find your place with Prayer Shawl Ministry 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. The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets Tuesdays 9-11:30 a.m. in the Activity Center.
Share in fellowship and fun! The Blanket Ministry have made more than 84,500 blankets in their history including 4,500 that were done by members in 2022. No sewing experience is required. The Blanket Ministry meets Wednesdays from 10-11:30 a.m. in the Activity Center.
The Gathering provides a nurturing space for Church members, as well as others in our community, who are experiencing memory loss, while offering respite, education and support to their caregivers and families.