Through our outreach programs, St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church reaches out to our neighbors in need locally and around the globe, acting as Christ’s heart, hands and feet. We work to support the poor and homeless in our midst here in Tarrant County, and we partner with worldwide agencies like Episcopal Relief and Development. We encourage all to give of themselves following the example of Christ and the example of St. Martin in sharing what we have to help others.
Get involved with the outreach activities of our church! Contact Scot McComas to learn how to participate in this servant work our church.
Year-round local outreach
Our year-round outreach addresses hunger, homelessness, and poverty locally in Tarrant County.
Service Sunday – Second Sundays – feed the homeless
Service Sunday is a monthly ministry to feed the homeless served by Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County. This fun and energetic ministry welcomes all to be involved making and delivering sack lunches.
We ask you to helping the homeless women and teen girls at Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County with donations of feminine products in the shopping cart as you enter the red double doors of the church.
Quarterly financial gifts give local agencies support they can count on
St. Martin’s budgets and makes planned, regular gifts to Union Gospel Mission, Presbyterian Night Shelter, and Meals on Wheels to serve the needs of the most vulnerable people in our area. With support like ours, Presbyterian Night Shelter continues to provide emergency shelter, housing assistance, and ministry to people in all walks of life, showing people they are God’s children, infinitely valuable and loved. With support like ours, Union Gospel Mission works to end homeless with a holistic approach to transition homeless people to self-sufficiency, one person and family at a time. With support like ours, Meals on Wheels provides home-delivered meals and coordinates other needed services, serving older adults, people with disabilities, and others who are homebound.