Meditation Hour 5:30 pm
Choir rehearsals: Kids 6:15 pm, Adults 7:30 pm


Thursday, February 20 at 2pm
Knitting Ministry in the Stearns Room

Friday, February 21
from 5:00 to 7:00 in the Great Hall
Hosted by the Hospitality Committee

Come join us for a glass of wine and some nibbles after work! Catch up with your fellow parishioners. Better yet – invite a friend to visit St. Martin’s for the first time. This is strictly a social event! Hope to see all of you at what promises to be an enjoyable event with friends, both old and new!
Please contact: Jennifer Kiddie for food donations:
and Natasha Lofgren at if you’d like to volunteer at this event.

Sunday, February 23
Women’s Spirituality Group (WSG)
6pm at the home of Susan Allen
Potluck dinner & program “Nuns and Nones” on Millennials and Spirituality.
Questions & RSVPs to Susan Allen
WSG ‘Save the Date’:March 15 meeting

Speaker: Linda Griggs will speak on her path to the priesthood.

Tuesday, February 25
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
This is our annual Pancake Supper where pancakes are cooked to order by Gander, St. Martin’s spirituality group for men. Bacon, sausage, juice, and coffee will also be served. Families and singles of all ages love this event and we do all the cooking
and the clean up!
$12.00 Per person    $25.00 Per family         Pay at the door.

7am, 12noon and 7pm

Saturday, March 7 & Sunday, March 8
(times to be determined)
We need donations!!

Think an early spring cleanout at home!  Please consider these suggestions: small pieces of furniture, lamps, artwork, decorative pillows, dishes, glassware, tabletop items, etc. Call the office with questions and for help with carrying in your donations! All proceeds go to support St. Martin’s Church and its ministries.

Monday, March 9
    Choral Music Concert at St. Martin’s! at 7pm

The Bridgewater State University Chamber Singers, under the direction of our own Dr. Steven Young, will present a concert of a cappella choral music in the church sanctuary. The Chamber Singers are an auditioned ensemble that tours annually, presenting a varied repertoire of music from the Romantic era through the 21st century.  Featured composers include Josef Rheinberger, Gabriel Jackson, William Dawson, Dan Forrest, and many others.  This concert is FREE and all are invited to attend.