As God’s people, we come together to praise Him and to study His Word. It is essential to our role in His world. We share a dedication to the understanding of the Holy Scripture and how best to apply it in our lives.

St. Martin’s welcomes all visitors to come worship with us. Whether you’re searching for a new home church or are joining a church for the first time, we invite you to learn more about us. Scripture serves as the foundation of our worship services, and we offer Sunday School for children.

"Because of the size of our church, people have an opportunity to get to know each other. You're not just a stranger in the pew."

Father Lee Hutchson

Looking for some quiet reflection?

The 8 a.m. service follows the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer and is spoken rather than sung. Parishioners who attend this service enjoy its simplicity.



A musical experience led by our choir.

The 10 am service is the main service at St. Martin’s Church. It is a sung liturgy led by our choir. Elementary children attend the service through the Children’s Sermon, after which they leave to attend Sunday School. They return to receive communion.

Immediately following this service, we invite our parishioners to join us for Fellowship in the parish hall. For those with young children, our nursery is available from 9 - 11:30 am.

A more intimate worship experience.

This small, intimate service uses the Propers of the saint of the day. It consists of a short sermon followed by communion. The 3rd Wednesday of each month uses prayers for healing. Individual may also receive the laying on of hands.

The last of the four services in the Daily Office (BCP, p. 127). It is descended from the night prayers said before bed at the end of the monastic round of daily prayer. Compline is a simple office including a confession of sins, one or more psalms, a short reading from scripture, versicles and responses, the Lord's Prayer, collects which ask for God's protection during the night to come, and the canticle Nunc dimittis.

Saint Martin's Compline is live streamed nightly on Facebook by a group of dedicated volunteers.

To access the Episcopal Church Liturgical calendar, click below: