St. Martin’s is an open and welcoming community of Christians engaged in spreading the good news of the Eucharist through fellowship and a strong commitment to community service. Much like our patron Saint, our church seeks to share our good fortune and fellowship through our celebration of the faith, commitment to one another, and service to the community. 

Our Mission

The mission of St. Martin's Church is to provide a place where members and guests can engage in a Christ-centered worship experience; feed everyone's hearts, minds, and spirit with our Anglican Liturgy coupled with music, praise and thanksgiving; and receive the Holy Eucharist through the body and blood of Christ our Lord.  

Our Vision

The Martinite vision is threefold:

  1. Be a welcoming church with a diverse congregation that uses their time, talent, and treasure to spread the word of Jesus Christ!
  2. Serve one another, as well as the community at large.
  3. Celebrate each other's lives, while Giving All Glory to God.

Saint Martin's Episcopal Church
9000 Saint Martin's Lane
Richmond, VA 23294

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                        "If it's not about love, it's not about God."
                                                                Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, The Episcopal Church


Worship is integral to who we are as a family of God’s people. We offer Holy Eucharist at several different times to fit your schedule, both in the spoken word as well as sung by our Senior Choir. Join our caring and compassionate parish family to study God’s Word in the worship style that speaks to you!


There are many ways to grow in faith throughout your life. We provide learning opportunities for all ages, including children, youth, and adults. Find out the many ways in which you can get involved in the church community!


St. Martin’s believes in supporting its community in many ways: school supplies, coat, and food drives are among the outreach initiatives hosted throughout the year. Learn more about opportunities for outreach and service to those less fortunate than ourselves.