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November Children’s News

Dear Children and Families, I am praying for you and hope that you are well! This month will bring joy as we discover our love for Jesus grows stronger each day! We will continue to discuss the gospel each week as we follow the Lectionary. We will hear stories of Jesus’ ministry in the world […]

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Red Envelope Offering for 4Saints

Despite stimulus checks and increased unemployment payments, the demand for food at 4Saints Episcopal Food Pantry has increased. They need our help now! In the past we were able to request additional funds for 4Saints through our “Red Envelope” program. This program was very successful and provided a simple way to get money to 4Saints […]

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Coat Drive

November 8 – 28, we are collecting new and gently used coats, hats, scarves, gloves, etc. for the homeless served by Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County. Drop off on Saturdays 10 am – noon, or Sundays during Drive-In Worship.

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Stewardship Update: Gratitude and Hope

Consecration Sunday was a great day in the life of St. Martin’s! We had good participation, a timely sermon by Deacon Paula Jefferson, tasty box lunches, and entertainment by Joe Henry while we shared our meal together. Thus far, 61 estimates of giving have been submitted totaling $270,252. That is a hopeful response. Thanks to […]

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Children’s News for October

Hello children and families, I pray you all are doing well! I am feeling blessed by keeping in touch with you online. “For where two or three gather in my name” (Matthew 18:20) especially comes to mind during this time of physical distancing. Jesus is always with us wherever we are! How to connect: Watch […]

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Human Flourishing: A Preface for Hard Conversations

Beginning October 11: Book studies and conversations Respect the dignity of all people—there it is, in a nutshell: the Christian Code of Ethics.  By the time we are in kindergarten, we recognize that people are not treated equally. Humans discriminate. We inherit cultural beliefs that tell us who should be feared, trusted, expected to excel […]

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Bread Ministry – Give a warm welcome!

The Bread Ministry is an important part of St. Martin’s mission of radical hospitality. Members bake bread to share with new guests at our church, along with a little information about our church and worship services. The bread ministry strives to let newcomers know that we are very glad they chose to be with us, and […]

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