Author Archive: Anika Rinker

Tales from the Quarantine: Week 10

I’m Joe Henry, the new organist/choir master. I grew up in the natural beauty of Northern Minnesota, thirty miles from the source of the Mississippi river. (As far as I’m concerned ya’ll have accents!) At this point in life, I’ve lived all over the place – Ohio, New Jersey, California, Wisconsin, Louisiana, South Korea, and […]

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Search Committee: Creating your Breeze Profile

Our Search Committee is planning and preparing for the Rector Search process, even as we are in shelter-in-place mode during the Covid-19 pandemic. A key first chapter of that process will be our Self-Study Survey, in which all of you will describe your experience, needs, and hopes for St. Martin-in-the-Fields as a church, and for […]

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Easter lilies in the Memorial Garden

The Easter Lilies are blooming in St. Martin-in-the-Field’s Memorial Garden. I tend the fountain in the Memorial Garden and clean the nameplates of our beloved members that have gone ahead. This spring the usual cascade of live oak leaves has really built up on the ground and the acorns and leaves crunch and pop as […]

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Tales from the Quarantine: Week 9

Hello! My name is Amy Osterhoff. Some of you may know me as the Assistant Director and Science teacher at the preschool, or as that pie lady you see every year at Thanksgiving, or maybe just as that weird, rainbow-haired lady who always seems to be at the school/church. I am all of those things, […]

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Tales from the Quarantine: Week 8

Week Eight! Can you believe it? Two full months we’ve been apart. Here’s what our Scool Director, Serin Stanford has been up to. Enjoy! Hi! My name is Serin Stanford. I am the Director of St. Martin’s Episcopal School as well as the wife of Father Bill Stanford from St. Christopher Episcopal Church. During this […]

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Items Urgently Needed for UGM

Just like most of our other services, our collection box for Union Gospel Mission has been on hold. With fewer donations coming in from around the county, UGM is in urgent need of some supplies for their residents and the homeless on the streets of Fort Worth. You can help them fulfill their most urgent […]

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