Episcopal Church Women of St. Martin’s

Episcopal Church Women (ECW) of St. Martin’s is the fellowship of all women of the Parish. ECW is organized to enable them to serve our Lord through Service, Worship, Education, Evangelism and Pastoral Care. The purpose of ECW is to empower women to live the life to which Christ called us by sharing His love through outreach, fellowship and spiritual growth.

ECW Prayer

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Almighty God, Heavenly Father, source of all knowledge and truth, be present with each of us meeting together as the Women of the Episcopal Church. Grant us open minds, compassionate hearts, honest words and gentle ways. Give us the grace to know your will, the courage to accept it and the strength to accomplish it. May we not forget the lessons from the past nor fear the challenges of the future. Bless us with your peace today and all the days to come, and may we ever pray, “Thy will be done.” We live in your presence and pray in your Holy Name. Amen

Your ECW Leadership 2019/2020

Hope HuberPresident
Sherrie PerkinsPresident-elect
Whitney GormleyTreasurer
Dee FrappierTreasurer-elect
Dianne KeelCorresponding Secretary
Betty BeathardRecording Secretary
Nancy BynonPast-president and Parliamentarian

ECW Ladies Night Out – Cooking with Herbs Class and Dinner – Register Now

When: Monday, Feb. 24 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Where: Central Market Cooking School – 3815 Westheimer Road, Second Floor

Register Online Here

For registration questions, please contact Crissy Clarke at 409-782-3608 or email hidden; JavaScript is required.

For more information, contact Katwana Coleman at 713-830-4110 oremail hidden; JavaScript is required.

ECW Spring Luncheon with Becca Stevens

Tickets go on sale at noon on Monday, Feb. 17, through Monday, March 16. Click here to purchase a ticket for $35 each or a table of 10 for $350.
Event Details

Tuesday, March 24
11 a.m. Registration
11:30-1 p.m. Lunch and Program
Bagby Parish Hall
Seating is limited and this event tends to sell out quickly.
Event Chairs: Amanda Savoie and Mary Williams
Complimentary childcare is available.

Becca Stevens is an author speaker, social justice entrepreneur and priest. She is the founder and president of Thistle Farms, a movement dedicated to supporting women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction. Becca has been named a White House “Champion of Change,” a 2016 CNN Hero and has been featured in the New York Times, ABC World News Tonight and NPR. Her newest book, Love Heals, was published by Harper Collins in 2017.

Complimentary childcare is available. For reservation questions, contact Amanda Savoie at 713-306-3859 or ecwreservations@gmail.com. For luncheon questions, contact Katwana Coleman at 713-830-4110 or kcoleman@stmartinsepiscopal.org.

Be a Volunteer
Volunteer opportunities for all women in the Parish are available through Episcopal Church Women of St. Martin’s.  For additional information or to get involved, click the link below.