Children’s Ministry

We consider ministering to your children not only a calling, but also an honor and a blessing. Our belief is based on Deuteronomy 32:2:

“Let my teaching fall like rain and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass, like abundant rain on tender plants.”

We don’t underestimate the importance of a child’s spiritual life and look forward to nurturing that all year long. Please join us, serve with us, and watch the children grow in God’s love with us.

For more information about Children’s Ministry, contact Holli Kight, Lay Minister for Children’s Christian Education at email hidden; JavaScript is required. Email Holli to subscribe to the Children’s Ministry electronic newsletter–it’s the best way to learn about events particular to preschool and grade-school children, and upcoming events specific to younger families.

St. Martin’s Children’s Ministry has so many opportunities for fun, fellowship and faith as we nurture the spiritual growth of our kids. Sign up to receive our e-newsletter and follow our Facebook page to learn more about why growing kids’ hearts in the knowledge of Christ is not a job duty; rather it’s a privilege that we share together.

Vacation Bible School
is Full!

VBS is back! This year’s theme is”Look Up,” based on Psalm 121: 1: “I look up to the mountains. Where does my help come from?”

Monday-Thursday, August 2-5
9:30 a.m.-noon
Age 4-5th Grade

For more information, please contact Holli Kight, Lay Minister for Children’s Christian Education at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Online Sunday School Material

Preschool Children

Elementary Children

KidCheck Sign-in System

We know Sunday mornings can be hectic and we want to make checking in your children at St. Martin’s is as simple as possible.  If this is your first time to visit or if you have not set up a KidCheck account yet, we recommend that you do that before coming on a Sunday.   Signing up is free and easy!   If you don’t have time to do it ahead of time, it can be done at any of the kiosks.  These step-by-step videos will get you started:


The order of acolytes is one of the most ancient ministries in the church. The word “acolyte” means “follower” or “one who helps.” In addition to carrying a cross and banners during the service, acolytes also read lessons and prayers, serve as chalice bearers and assist with the offertory. These are important and vital roles that are central to our worship at St. Martin’s, and help to develop a sense of reverence and understanding for the tradition of the Episcopal worship service.

The St. Martin’s Acolyte Ministry requires a one-year commitment. Depending on the number of acolytes, you will serve one to two times per month.

Students in 3rd–5th grades are invited to serve at our Family Table Sunday worship service at 9:15 a.m. in Bagby Parish Hall.

If you would like to serve as an acolyte, click the button below to sign up.
(must be filled out on a computer)

For more information about being an acolyte, contact Beth Ollenburger at 713-830-4146 or email hidden; JavaScript is required.

This group’s activities are on hold because of the Coronavirus.


St. Martin’s Choristers for children K–5th grade offers the opportunity for children to make joyful, beautiful music while holding a special place in worship services. Click here for more information.

This group’s activities are on hold because of the Coronavirus.