Advent to Christmas – Join us!

Advent at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church offers unique and meaningful ways to share with each other, serve the needy, and connect with the holy. “Advent” means “coming.” Do come! 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. Be a part of what God is doing among our people and in our larger community.

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Ways to Serve & Grow

As we turn our hearts toward Christmas in our homes, in our worship, and in our lives, we encourage you find and share meaning. At this time of year when Christmas reveals the gift of our God who loves us all, let us provide love and hope and intentional, personal support to the poor and homeless in our county. Let’s continue in fruitful ways to live out our church’s core value of service – to share the abundance of our resources, talents and love with each other in our community, country and around the world.

24 Days of Giving Food: reverse Advent calendar makes a positive difference

24 Days of Giving Food: reverse Advent calendar makes a positive difference

Advent Resources to feed your faith

We’ve got four resources to help you slow down and prepare your heart as we celebrate Christ coming into the world.

Advent Resources feed your faith


Christmas Letter from our Rector

Christmas letter from our rector


Activities

December 23: The Longest Night – a service of remembrance

The Longest Night – a service of remembrance


December 24 & 25: Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

We will have no 8:30 am Sunday worship on December 24, and our fourth Sunday of Advent worship will be at 10:30am. Click below for details

Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

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