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Easter Vigil 2013

By The Rev. Lauren A. Gough This service is one of the oldest services in Christendom.  The Easter Vigil was so important to the 3rd and 4th century Church because it was THE service of baptism.   Baptisms were only performed by the bishop in those days and only at Easter. A person seeking admittance to the mysteries […]

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Bishop High’s visit on May 5, 2013

Bishop Rayford High worshipped with St. Martin’s on Sunday, May 5, 2013. The younger children of the parish sang in the service, and then Bishop High explained to them about the symbolism of his crozier (shepherd’s crook), his mitre (hat) and bishop’s ring. He preached to the adults, too.  Most importantly, the bishop confirmed & […]

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Donation Privacy Policy

We are highly sensitive to the privacy interests of donors and believe that the protection of those interests is a significant responsibility. In acknowledgment of our obligations, we have adopted the following Donation Privacy Policy applicable to information donors provide in the course of a donation: Acquisition of Information We do not acquire any more […]

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Drive-Thru Ashes on Ash Wednesday

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWg291iZfqY] The Rev. Amy Haynie and The Rev. Henry Penner  offered Drive-Through Ashes in the church parking lot from 4:45-6:30 for St Martin’s version of Ashes To Go. Signs near the church and waving, smiling, energetic greeters got the attention of people during rush hour; Coralie Key was at the busy corner of Pearson […]

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Youth Create Video Called “Sanctuary”

The youth in the Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) created a video to describe what they experience at our church.  The video is titled “Sanctuary.”  A teenager, in a somber mood, goes into church.  Her mind is swirling with the distractions and stress that teenagers experience. In prayer, the din of her life quiets and she […]

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Radical Hospitality

What if you knew that by simply leaving your pew and saying hello to someone, you could change that person’s life forever? Just a few steps to make an eternal difference. It has nothing to do with methods and everything to do with taking a genuine interest in another human being. All you need is […]

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Festival in the Fields – September 29-30

Festival in the Fields: Saturday, September 29, 10-4 Bounce house, water slide, food, entertainment, oh my! We’re hosting a neighborhood festival, extending an invitation to everyone to join us for fun! Bring your family and friends and invite everyone you know! On the grounds, there will be a free bounce house & free water slide. We’ll […]

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