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.
This summer, middle school students will head to San Antonio to work with the non-profit organization, Blueprint Ministries. Students will help to rebuild single-family homes by performing basic construction work such as roofing, flooring repair, drywall work, and painting. They also will share the love of Jesus Christ by establishing relationships with homeowners and sharing each other’s life stories. Students entering 6th grade in the fall of 2021 through graduating 8th grade in May can participate in this mission trip.
Confirmation is a chance for students to confirm their faith and the promises made over them at their baptism. Throughout the process, students will be encouraged to ask questions and participate in discussion that helps them claim their faith as their own. We are offering classes to students who started 8th grade or above this fall.
The cost of confirmation, including the retreat is $250.
Dec. 12: Confirmation Parent Information Meeting at the Student Life Center Main Hall at 12:30 p.m. Any families with students in grade 8 or above are invited to attend this discussion about the spring confirmation class offering for students. Curriculum and requirements for confirmation at St. Martin’s will be discussed, and the meeting will conclude with a question and answer time.
Jan. 7: Deadline to register and submit necessary forms and payments
Jan. 21-23: Retreat at Camp Allen (mandatory for all Confirmands)
Jan. 30-March 6: Sunday classes at the Student Life Center st 12:30 p.m. Lunch will be served in class.
March 26: Confirmation service at 1 p.m. in The Church for all students who have completed the course and their families.
Passion Camp, Daytona Beach, Florida July 10 – 16 $650 (includes transportation, accommodations, meals, and program) Registration opens January 4, 2022
Passion Camp is centered around the glory of Jesus. Middle and high school students with their leaders, will gather together for four days of worship, teaching, and community. Not to mention, four fun days on the shores of Daytona Beach! We want students to leverage their lives for what matters most—the fame and glory of Jesus!
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 for Sunday worship services in Christ Chapel at 8 a.m. or The Church at 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 students in sixth through twelfth grade musically engages older singers while preparing them to become active, contributing members of our Parish. Click here for more information.