We help connect people to faith
St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church is an inclusive and welcoming Christian community.
As the church, we commit ourselves to making justice and inclusivity a reality in this congregation and the world. When we are baptized we promise to love our neighbors as ourselves and uphold the dignity of every human being. People of any sexual orientation or gender identity can pray, sing, lead, and minister in every way in our church.
Whether you are just visiting, curious about Christianity, looking for a church home, or searching for a community that will embrace you as you are, we welcome you warmly and unconditionally.
There is room at St. Martin’s for you. Come share your faith journey with us.
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.
St. Martin-in-the-Fields is an open and accepting community where the love of Jesus lives and transforms through worship, education, fellowship and service in our church and in the world.
To accomplish our mission, St. Martin-in-the-Fields bases its decisions and actions on the following core values:
About these statements:
The vision and values statements were approved by the congregation at the annual parish meeting on January 26, 2014. The mission statement was approved by the vestry on February 16, 2014 following discussion at two town hall meetings.
You can download a Microsoft Word document containing these statements.
Who We Are
Our Staff & Leaders
St. Martin-in-the-Fields is strengthened by paid staff, and volunteers, clergy and lay people who work together to serve our community. Click here to meet our staff and leaders.
The Rev. Alan D. Bentrup
Alan is a native Texan who grew up in west Fort Worth and graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington. Before ordination, he had a 10-year career as a marketing consultant in Dallas and Houston. He served as a parish priest in Houston, and on diocesan staff in Upper South Carolina, before being called to St. Martin’s in 2021.