Want to feel more connected during Sunday service at St. Martin’s? Have a prayer request that didn’t make it into this week’s bulletin? Use the LIVE CHAT feature on YouTube during the live stream worship on Sunday Mornings at 10:30 am.
If you want to enter a prayer request, give peace, or comment on the music during the service, you can use the Live Chat feature during the live stream on our YouTube channel. We’ll post your comments at the musical interludes during the offertory or the postlude, or if it’s a prayer request at the appropriate time during the Prayers of the People. Using the Live Chat feature can help us feel more connected to our worship community.
Following the guidelines of The Episcopal Church, St. Martin’s invites you to use their tools and practices of evangelism. You already have the skills you need.
Episcopalians are passionate about proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ in our words and actions. Through the spiritual practice of evangelism, we seek, name and celebrate Jesus’ loving presence in the stories of all people – then invite everyone to MORE. – episcopalchurch.org
Read, study and follow the guidelines here.
Introducing a Practical Theology of Episcopal Evangelism
Are you interested in an Evangelism Study Group? One is in the works! Please contact Ron Hitchcock at email@example.com or 972-741-4064 if you’d like to participate, or have any questions about evangelism.
If you invite God into your life, beware. There may be no going back. If you open your life to God’s Holy Spirit – if you dare to pray, with your heart, “Come Holy Spirit,” there is no knowing where the Spirit may lead you. This I do know: God did not create you to live life in the shallows, to fritter your life away. God created you to be fully alive. -Br. Geoffrey Tristram, Society of Saint John the Evangelist