St. Martin’s is a church that welcomes visitors to learn about its beliefs. We share a commitment to personal and corporate study of God’s Word. The reading and preaching of Scripture is an integral part of our worship services. Moreover, Christian education is a central part of our weekly schedule.
We are home to members from a large geographical area. We welcome you to our website and hope to welcome you to our church very soon.

Do good. Seek peace. Love God.


With a variety of worship styles, our parishioners can take part in the service that fits them best. Our 8 am Sunday service is spoken, rather than sung, ideal for those seeking quiet reflection. For parishioners looking for a joyous, musical celebration, our 10 am Sunday service offers a full choir and organ.


Saint Martin's offers a variety of ministries to support members of all ages. Our Sunday school and nursery program teaches our younger children about the glory of God. For families with older children, our youth group creates a safe space for adolescents to make friends, participate in outreach, and discuss the challenges of their everyday life.


At Saint Martin's Episcopal Church, we seek to live out Christ's teachings in our everyday lives. That means giving back to the community and supporting the less fortunate. The Saint Martin's Project is a weekly mission we conduct year-round and includes preparing and delivering sandwiches to several local shelters.

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Upcoming Events

Please check our Calendar Page for upcoming and ongoing in person events, and our Facebook page for recordings of streaming worship services and other resources!


Virtual Events

Facebook Livestream of Holy Communion

Visit our Facebook page Sundays at 8:00 AM and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM

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Facebook Livestream of Compline

Streamed nightly at 8 pm

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Parish Life

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