Worship at St. Martin's
With an emphasis on beautiful liturgy and excellence in music, traditional worship at St. Martin’s provides an opportunity to give thanks and praise to God. Rite I is the form regularly used. All Christians baptized in the name of the Trinity are welcome to receive Holy Eucharist in the Episcopal Church.
8 a.m. in The Church - Holy Eucharist spoken word only.
9, 11:15 a.m. and 6 p.m. in The Church - With Holy Eucharist; traditional service with hymns, anthems and the Parish Choir. A Healing prayer, or prayer for any need, is offered for all ages after each service in The Church. The 11:15 a.m. service is livestreamed on our Facebook and YouTube channels.
Family Table Service
11:15 a.m. in Parish Life Center – “Come as you are” to the Riverway.
The Riverway Contemporary Service is both Episcopalian and modern, offering the Holy Eucharist in a relaxed service with contemporary music.
Wednesday Worship Services
7 a.m., noon and 6 p.m. in Christ Chapel -
Holy Eucharist spoken word only.
NEW Morning Prayer and Compline Services
Every Monday and Thursday in October
Morning Prayer – 8:30 a.m.
There is no better way to begin your day than in prayer with a Clergy member. Join us for Scripture readings and reflection. This short service of prayer and meditation will feed your heart and strengthen you for whatever the day has in store.
Compline Evening Service – 5:30 p.m.
Compline, or Night Prayer, is descended from the night prayers said before bed at the end of the monastic round of daily prayer. It is the very last worship service of the day in the “Book of Common Prayer” and is a service of quietness and reflection, before the arrival of evening and rest.
Healing Prayer Service
First Wednesday of the month
5–6 p.m. in Parish Life Center and via Zoom
St. Martin’s chapter of the OSL Healing Community holds a healing prayer service for anyone in need of prayer for themselves, friends or family. All interested Parishioners are invited to come and take part in this service, as well as bring anyone who would like to receive prayer.
For more information about OSL, click here.