As we look back on the last year, let us reflect on how exciting the year was at St. Martin-in-the-Fields! Our church community continues to grow as do the programs for youth, adults and those we serve through our outreach ministries.

In 2017 we plan to continue living into our mission statement:

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.

God has entrusted each of us with certain blessings: time, talent and treasure.

We ask you to share some of your blessings in order to continue to reach and to represent Christ to our neighbors.

Please consider that a commitment from you to share your blessings will mean much to our common ministry at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. The blessings you offer and all our contributions support and enhance our ministries in 2017.

May God’s blessings continue to grow in you,
John Wieden, Stewardship Chair
Gil Kleinwechter, Senior Warden
The Rev. Scot McComas, Rector

Please prayerfully consider the kind of commitment you can make to St. Martin’s. Come, join us as share our blessings and reach out to the world.

Please click on any link below for more information.

  • Make a commitment (pledge)
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  • See Stewardship Minutes

    • Don’t forget your pledge this summer - Heading out for vacation? Your arrangements to continue your pledge contribution during the summer months are greatly appreciated. Thanks for all you do and give to make St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church a welcoming community for those seeking a deeper connection to God and God’s people.
    • Stewardship Minute – October 9 - Treasurer D.J. Mitchell encourages us to keep in mind this as we pledge our commitment to our church: it’s not really dollars, it’s stuff we do, and it takes people to support it. DJ explains where your commitment fits into the important things St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church does. Watch DJ’s stewardship minute: Learn more about stewardship […]
    • Stewardship Minute – October 2 - In his stewardship minute, the Rev. Scot McComas asks us to prayerfully consider our pledge commitments for the coming year as well as to pray about how we can share our treasure, time and talent.