7-1-7 Students strives to provide a friendly and welcoming environment where students can ask questions and learn more about the grace of Jesus. Through relationships with Student Ministries and their peers, students will develop a deep sense of community and connectedness to the Body of Christ.
To learn more about our weekly programs, annual mission trips and weekend retreats, keep scrolling down this page. You’ll find contact information for the Student Ministries Team on the right side of this page.
SENIOR RECOGNITION MAY 2021 COMING TO A YARD NEAR YOU We want to hear from our graduating seniors!
Not even a pandemic can stop us from celebrating with our seniors! We are so proud of you and want to show how much we appreciate and will miss you next year.
Please send your senior picture (digital 300 DPI preferred or a printed 5×7 or 4×6) along with your plan for this fall (college/school name, Peace Corp, gap year plan-we want to hear about it) by Thursday, April 22 to Student Ministries at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will “Stake Your Yard” with a celebration!
Wednesdays through May 5*
6:30–8 p.m. via Zoom
Middle School ID: 968 5429 3508
High School ID: 962 8279 1076
High School Life Group also meets in-person
Student Life Center, Main Hall (click here to sign up)
Middle school and high school students, we want you to join us Wednesday nights for Life Groups. Together, let’s discuss our faith questions, go deeper into our personal relationship with Jesus and form friendships that help us to live out our faith.
*Except March 17 (Spring Break)
Students Grades 6-12
5–7 p.m. via Zoom
ID: 991 5933 2674
May 9: As another school year comes to an end, we will focus this BIG Sunday on our graduating seniors and their Big Stories.
All being well, classes will begin with a retreat to Camp Allen Sept. 10–12.
Middle School Mission Trip
Deadline: Wednesday, March 31
Summer 2021 will be an exciting one for middle school students and student ministers as we return to Waco once again to work with our friends at Mission Waco. Students will help the impoverished of this community in many ways. Activities for the week may include cleaning, mowing, painting, sanding and construction, and leading camp activities such as games, crafts and Bible lessons in low-income neighborhoods. This will be a great time of fellowship, fun and helping fellow Texans in need. All students entering 6th grade in fall of 2020 through students graduating 8th grade in May are welcome to participate in this mission.
This summer our high school students will be returning to West Palm Beach, Florida, with our Student Ministry team to continue work with our Episcopal mission partner at Hearts of Palm. This has been a favorite trip for our high schoolers as they get to see first hand how their efforts help this community and improve the lives of those they serve. We welcome all students entering 9th grade in fall 2020 through seniors who graduate in spring 2021 to come with us as we reach out to serve and love others.
Student Leadership Team
This is an opportunity for students in high school to have a more active role in the life of St. Martin’s, both in the greater church community and in youth ministry.
We will ask students to commit to a year of serving, leading and working with by the student ministries’ team and a mentor. Students will have leadership responsibilities on Sundays and Wednesdays that go beyond showing up.
Request and complete our application (contact Amanda at email below)
Interview with a student ministries staff member
Attend a one-day training
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 flags, banners, torches and crosses during the service, acolytes also assist the Clergy of St. Martin’s with preparing the altar for Holy Communion. 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. We try our best to schedule you to serve at the service time of your choice. Depending on the number of acolytes, you will serve one to two times per month.
Students in 6th–12th grade are invited to serve in The Church for Sunday worship services at 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m. or 6 p.m.
If you would like to serve as an acolyte, click the button below to sign up. (must be filled out on a computer)
St. Martin’s Youth Choir for girls 6th–12th grade challenges older singers with more difficult music while preparing them for become active, contributing members of our Parish. Click here for more information.