From fellowship activities to nine weekly worship services, from contemplative gardens to a farmers’ market, from exercise classes to a public café — and so much more — there are many things to see and do on St. Martin’s 15-acre Campus.
Discover for yourself and explore the possibilities. Welcome Home.
Enjoy a cup of gourmet coffee and learn more about St. Martin’s at the Welcome Center.
Open Monday through Friday and on Sundays
Welcome Center Hours
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 10-11 a.m.
Our gift shop features a wide range of souvenirs and gifts to suit all ages and tastes. Find gifts for special occasions, birthdays, baptisms and weddings, plus a range of Bibles, Devotional and Prayer books for adults and children. Major credit cards, cash and checks are accepted. Gift certificates available!
St. Martin’s Gift Shoppe is located in the Welcome Center.
Gift Shoppe Hours
Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
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Discover the treasures of St. Martin’s on a guided tour.
From a stunning collection of stained glass and the intricately crafted white oak wood pulpit, to The Church’s soaring architecture and the magnificent Gloria Dei Organ – discover the highlights as you explore St. Martin’s with one of our dedicated docents.
Christ Chapel is open 10:45 to 11:15 a.m. for visitors, and The Church is open 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with a formal tour at 11 a.m. that is led by St. Martin’s trained docents, except during July and August when tours can be scheduled by special request.
Members of St. Martin’s Docent Guild share their love and knowledge of the Church with others by conducting one-hour tours that meet in the narthex of The Church on the first Sunday of most months after the 11:15 service, except July and August.
Our dedicated docents represent our Church to the public, both Christian and non-Christian alike.
For information about scheduling a group tour, please call St. Martin’s Docent Guild at 713-830-4117, and leave a contact name and number for a return phone call.
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Wayside Chapel and Great Cross
A Place for All People
The Wayside Chapel has been a place of prayer since opening in 1977 and remains a point of sanctuary for those who are experiencing moments of dark despair or special happiness. The building cannot be locked, and you can visit at any time.
Reflect upon The Great Cross which stands next to the Chapel. It was carved from a single slab of Texas red granite, is 11 feet high and weighs approximately 13,000 pounds.
Hope and Healing Center
The Hope and Healing Center & Institute is Houston’s frontline resource for accessing free mental health services and support. It is located on the southeast side of the Campus next to the Scout Center and Student Life Center. The Hope and Healing Center offers a peaceful view of the Serenity Garden.
St. Martin’s Preschool
St. Martin’s Episcopal Preschool is on the southwest side of the Campus and is a ministry of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. St. Martin’s Episcopal Preschool has been operating as a fully licensed program for over 30 years. The school offers 18 classes beginning with toddlers and going through pre-kindergarten.