St. Martin’s is committed to community. Jesus’ call to “love thy neighbor” is realized with our neighbors in Chestnut Hill, our regional neighbors in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, and our national and international community. Five years ago, the congregation engaged a process called “Nominate Your Causes” to discover what our community engagement priorities should be at S…Read More »
Becoming Beloved Community: A Process for Racial Justice.
At St. Martin’s we use the phrase Becoming Beloved Community to describe the parish’s ongoing work of inclusion, transformation, and public witness aimed at racial justice. The effort flows from the parish’s aspirational value to become a racism-free and diverse community that reflects the city where we worship.Read More »
SUPPER at St. Martin's
2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 6 PM
(No SUPPER Nov. 27 nor Dec. 25)
All are welcome to a meal that brings neighbors together and allows families to take a break and eat a healthy meal. We have room at the table for everyone, no matter what.Read More »