Our mission is to be Jesus Christ’s heart, hands and feet to our neighbors no matter where they are on their journey of faith.

Church Activities:

April 18, 2015
• 1:00 pm 'Fill the Truck' for Union Gospel Mission in the parking lot. Help us fill Union Gospel Mission’s truck with apartment furnishings, household goods and cleaning supplies to help their clients transition to housing! Details of what we can & can't accept: http://bit.ly/ugm15truck
• 5:00 pm Worship - Rite II Join us for a Holy Communion service using Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer, with traditional hymns. All are welcome! More info on our worship: http://wp.me/P3C2sf-9k
April 19, 2015
The Third Sunday of Easter
• 8:00 am 'Fill the Truck' for Union Gospel Mission in the parking lot. Help us fill Union Gospel Mission’s truck with apartment furnishings, household goods and cleaning supplies to help their clients transition to housing! Details of what we can & can't accept: http://bit.ly/ugm15truck
• 8:30 am Worship - Rite I Join us for a Holy Communion service using Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer, with traditional music. All are welcome! More info on our worship: http://wp.me/P3C2sf-9k
• 9:30 am Choir Practice in the choir loft.
• 9:30 am Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast in the small west parish hall. Please join us as we honor all church volunteers. Enjoy a quick bite and socialize as St. Martin's thanks you for you service.
• 10:30 am Sunday School for Children & Youth in the education building. Sunday School for children 4 years through 12th grade.
• 10:30 am Worship - Rite II Join us for a Holy Communion service using Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer. Music includes traditional hymns sung during processions in & out and during the offertory, and anthems sung by the choir. All are welcome! More info on our worship: http://wp.me/P3C2sf-9k
• 10:30 am Canned goods for Union Gospel Mission in the sanctuary. We will bless canned goods collected for Union Gospel Mission.
• 12:00 pm Daughters of the King in the library. Daughters will meet for study. More info: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-2EL
• 4:00 pm Al-Anon In the chapel. The Al-Anon Family Group of Keller is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. Al-Anon Family Groups believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. More information: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-KE.
• 7:00 pm Narcotics Anonymous in the library in the large parish hall. Hope Group of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a fellowship of men & women who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. Members share their successes & challenges in overcoming active addiction & living drug-free, productive lives. More info: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-KX.
April 20, 2015
• 9:00 am Cursillo Reunion Group Cursillo Reunion Group for those who have attended Cursillo. Contact Evie Larimore for meeting place. evielarimore@gmail.com
• 1:00 pm Sisters of Spirit Book Club In the chapel. Sisters of the Spirit (SOS) is a group for women who are interested in exploring their faith through book discussion and the shared experience of friendship. More information: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-FN
• 7:00 pm Narcotics Anonymous in the library in the large parish hall. Hope Group of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a fellowship of men & women who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. Members share their successes & challenges in overcoming active addiction & living drug-free, productive lives. More info: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-KX.
• 7:00 pm Boy Scouts 937 In west parish hall. Boy Scouts Troop #937 meeting. More information: http://troop937.org/
• 7:00 pm Adult Confirmation Class in the chapel. Everything you ever wanted to know about The Episcopal Church but were afraid to ask! More info: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-2F5
April 21, 2015
• 7:00 pm Narcotics Anonymous in the library in the large parish hall. Hope Group of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a fellowship of men & women who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. Members share their successes & challenges in overcoming active addiction & living drug-free, productive lives. More info: http://wp.me/p3C2sf-KX.

Recent Posts:

Bread Bakers Needed

St. Martin’s is growing, and The Bread Ministry is looking for new members to bake bread to bring to newcomers who fill out a communications card on Sundays. If you would like to join this ministry, please contact Barbara Hollifield,phollifield@msn.com.

Small Group Gatherings to Meet the Rector

Over the next 90 days Fr. Scot McComas would like an opportunity to meet in small groups with any and all members who are interested. Come share your hopes and dreams for the future of St. Martin’s with our new rector and other members in your area. Groups will meet by zip code area, so this is a good opportunity to meet your neighbors from St. Martin’s.

Fill the Truck for Union Gospel Mission – Volunteers Still Needed

We need multiple adult and teen volunteers for hourly shifts to help receive items and load and pack the truck that weekend. To volunteer or ask questions, please contact Joy Malmgren at 817 428-7367 or grinwane@att.net. There is a sign-up sheet by the office door.

Seasons Easter 2015

We invite you to read our latest edition of our newsletter Seasons, for the season of Easter.