Please pray for the living: Claire; Barbara; Jenny; Carol; Bert; Sharon; Lois & Juliana; Charlie; the Rev. Emily; Julie; Ellen; Terry; Bill; Ruth; Debbie; Ethan; Betsy; Brent; Rita; Stanley; David; Michael; Diane; Patti; Gail; Margaret; Kaitlyn; Charles; Alfried; Robin; Pam; Samuel; David; Donna; Larry; Jane; the family and friends of Jean McConnell, and all those kill…Read More »
Sacraments of healing and reconciliation or confession are key parts of St. Martin's ministry of care. Baptism, confirmation, marriage, and burial are also major life events as well as care ministry. Learn more below about how St. Martin's offers each of these sacraments.
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One-to-One Relational Meetings: We believe that all ministry begins with relationships. Our clergy and lay leaders intentionally seek opportunities to meet one-to-one with newcomers and long term members to deepen our relationships, and to understand our shared hurts, hopes, and loves. By getting to know you we will be better able to minister to you and connect you to meaningful …Read More »
Spiritual Direction is an ongoing relationship in which one person helps another recognize and nurture the presence of the sacred already at work in their lives.Read More »