St. Martin's

The community of St. Martin's welcomes you.

St. Martin's

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We strive to be an inclusive church that is vibrant and values the Anglican tradition of dynamic worship, music and thoughtful preaching. Regardless of where you are on your Spiritual Journey you are always welcome!

St. Martin's is a community that is deeply rooted and formed by the theology, liturgy and tradition of the Book of Common Prayer while at the same time embracing the breadth and depth of the Anglican Tradition. Our liturgical life therefore uses both the Book of Common prayer (BCP) and the Book of Alternative Services (BAS). Our 8:00am service is from the BCP and is a said service. The 10:00 am is a sung liturgy with choir.

We would be delighted to have your children and youth participate at both liturgies. For your convenience there is a designated children's area in the back of the church. The 10:00 am service includes a parent participation Sunday School program as well.

  • Sunday 8:00 am:   BCP, no music
  • Sunday 10:00 am: BCP, Sung Liturgy with Sunday School (Parent Participation)
  • Sunday 10:00 am: 2nd Sunday of each month is Sung Matins from the BCP
  • Sunday 10:00 am: 4th Sunday of each month uses the BAS liturgy with Sunday School (Parent Participation).

No matter who you are, where you are from or what your past experiences may or may not have been, we hope that you will find a Spiritual home with us.

For further information please visit our website.

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