Worship at St. Martin’s

With an emphasis on beautiful liturgy and excellence in music, worship at St. Martin’s provides an opportunity to give thanks and praise to God. Rite I is the form regularly used. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Holy Eucharist in the Episcopal Church.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, those persons vaccinated against the Coronavirus are NOT REQUIRED to wear masks or socially distance. If you have not been vaccinated, WE REQUEST you wear a mask during worship, socially distance, sit in the designated areas or worship from home by accessing our live-stream service. Please note that anyone not abiding by these requests are doing so at their own risk. Please join us by following these guidelines. Thank you.

Daily Compline

The Compline Service is celebrated daily in the Episcopal Church. If you have “The Book of Common Prayer,” feel free to follow along. Please choose from any of the options below.

Compline with The Rev. Dr. Chad T. Martin

Compline with The Rev. Dr. Suse E. McBay, Ph.D.

Compline with The Rev. Jane P. Ferguson

Sundays

8 a.m. In-person Holy Eucharist worship service without music in Christ Chapel.

9 a.m. In-person Holy Eucharist worship service with music in The Church.

9:15 a.m. In-person Family Table worship service with music in Parish Life Center.

11:15 a.m. In-person Holy Eucharist worship service with music in The Church.

11:15 a.m. Online live Holy Eucharist worship service. Links to our live streamed service on YouTube and Facebook can be found here.

11:15 a.m. In-person Riverway worship service with music in Parish Life Center.

6 p.m. In-person Holy Eucharist worship service with music in The Church.

Wednesdays

7 a.m. In-person Holy Eucharist worship service without music in Christ Chapel.

Noon In-person Holy Eucharist worship service without music in Christ Chapel.

6 p.m. In-person Holy Eucharist worship service without music in Christ Chapel.

Healing Prayer Service

First Wednesday of the month
5–6 p.m.
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 else who would like to receive prayer.

For more information about OSL, click here.