Adult Faith Formation
Christ is with us at each stage of our lives. Learning to be a people of faith is an ongoing process. Our faith continues to grow and develop as we age. The stories we heard in one decade resonate differently in the next. Our experiences shift our spiritual needs. St. Martin's offers opportunities to continue your faith journey in a community of people on diverse stages of the journey.
Lenten Holy Cross Virtual Retreat
A Question of the Cross
Reading with the Rector: "Jack"
In Case You Missed It: Annual Finance Update 2020-2021
Ongoing Reading and Discussing Scripture in Small, Lay-Led Groups
St. Martin’s continues its long history of biblical studies by offering several opportunities to meet weekly with a group to read the scriptures together. All are welcome.Read More »
Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom
Community conversations are an opportunity to equip our community for ministry and mission, and to have the conversations we need to have as a parish to develop our work together. We host a variety of speakers from the parish and the wider community to engage us in topics such as spirituality, ethics, theology, liturgy, and social justice. Communi…Read More »
On third Saturdays of the month, join for breakfast and conversation with other men of the parish. Each month we engage in a new topic.
Want to go deeper in your understanding of Scripture and theology and how to apply them to your life and ministry? Education for Ministry (EfM) is a unique four-year distance learning certificate program in theological education based upon small-group study and practice. Held annually at St. Martin’s from September through mid-June, the weekly course helps the faithful encounte…Read More »
Books and Banter is St. Martin's informal book club, held on the second Monday of the month from September to June.
All are welcome at our open discussions.
Parish Forum, at 9:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings, is an opportunity to equip our community for ministry and mission, and to have the conversations we need to have as a parish to develop our work together. Over the year, a variety of speakers from the parish and the wider community engage us in topics such as spirituality, ethics, theology, liturgy, and social justice. Parish Forum a…Read More »
The fall selection for One Book, One St. Martin's is Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Pulitzer Prize-winner Isabel Wilkerson. Poetically written and brilliantly researched, Caste invites us to discover the inner workings of an American hierarchy that goes far beyond the confines of race, class, or gender.Read More »