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Children & Teen Ministries

Children & Teen Ministries

Kids and teens matter in every community. The connections young people make with each other, with teachers and helpers, and in a comfortable, exploratory environment shape the way they connect to God, the world, and to church. Our Children's Ministry and Teen Ministry...

Lectionary Study

Lectionary Study

Lectionary Study Group is BACK!  Every Sunday at 7 pm, we'll meet on Zoom to discuss the weekly lectionary readings.  We’ll be using the ancient practice of Lectio Divina to enter into the Word. Lectio Divina invites us to meditate on Scripture - to “sit with it” for...

Join the Prayer Ministry

Join the Prayer Ministry

Would you join our prayer ministry and pray daily for others? If you are willing, please email prayers@stmartininthefields.org and you’ll be added to our prayer list email distribution. Read more about our prayer ministry…

Al-Anon Family Group of Keller

Al-Anon Family Group of Keller

***Note: Due to COVID restrictions, the Al-Anon group is meeting out front of our church red doors on Sundays. Please call Evie Larimore at 817-980-6593 for exact time, as they are changing it as cooler weather comes. Al-Anon Family Group of Keller meets at 4 pm...

Youth Group (Episcopal Youth Community or EYC)

Youth Group (Episcopal Youth Community or EYC)

Our youth group at St. Martin's is also known by the name Episcopal Youth Community (EYC), which is a traditional name for youth groups at Episcopal churches. EYC invites youth in 7th - 12th grades for outreach & mission work, spiritual formation & fellowship....

Sisters of the Spirit

Sisters of the Spirit

About Sisters of the Spirit Sisters of the Spirit (SOS) is for women who are interested in exploring their faith through book discussion. The group meets on Mondays from 1-2 pm in the chapel; please enter through the church office. Many in the group meet for lunch...

Narcotics Anonymous (Hope Group of Narcotics Anonymous)

Narcotics Anonymous (Hope Group of Narcotics Anonymous)

***Note, COVID restrictions have changed meeting days, times and locations. Please contact Robin G. at 940-255-7597 for meeting info. Hope Group of Narcotics Anonymous meets at 7 pm in the chapel two days a week: Monday and Friday. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a...

Outreach

Outreach

Through our outreach programs, St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church reaches out to our neighbors in need locally and around the globe, acting as Christ's heart, hands and feet. We work to support the poor and homeless in our midst here in Tarrant County, and we...

Memorial Garden Committee

Memorial Garden Committee

The Memorial Garden Committee manages and maintains our memorial garden and columbarium on the north side of the church. This quiet and shady garden offers peace for remembrance, reflection and quiet meditation. Contact Cathy Tolliver at cattolliver@charter.net or...

Church Historians & Archives

Church Historians & Archives

The Church Historians & Archives identify, collect, preserve, organize and share historical & official records of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. We’re working to share the story of God at work at St. Martin’s through several generations. Our history and archive...

Communications Committee

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee works to extend our church’s evangelism into the digital, online world. Members work to manage our website, social media, and to best use all communications methods. If you are called to digital evangelism, or a good writer/editor, or...

Acolytes

Acolytes

Acolytes are the worship participants who carry the crosses, candles, banners and other items in procession, and who help in a number of important ways throughout the service. Becoming an acolyte is a great way to get involved and to learn more about Episcopal...

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