Today at St Martin’s you will find a lively and active worshipping community.
Prayer, music, education, the caring service of others and the building of international relationships are the pillars around which our communal life is centred.
A number of thriving fellowship groups build our community and offer friendship and welcome to all.
Our PCC (Parochial Church Council) has a number of permanent committees (Education, International, Church & Worship, Hospitality) as well as task groups made up and chaired by members of our congregation with a clergy link. To find out more about the work of the committees speak to the PCC representative on Sunday mornings or contact the parish office.
One of the easiest ways in which you can meet people at St Martin’s is by joining one of our fellowship groups. These groups are roughly organised by age but anyone is welcome to the regular meetings which usually take place once a month. Open Circle (20s , 30s and above), the Archers (40s and 50s) and Club Wednesday, our group for the older members of the congregation, regularly meet for shared meals, worship, guest speakers and discussion groups, bible study or social trips.
The inclusive welcome of St Martin-in-the-Fields attracts many LGBT Christians to belong and we join for regular meetings and events with Changing Attitude here at St Martin’s. Faith in the workplace is an important area for us we hold a regular early morning Breakfast prayer group and facilitate workplace mentoring amongst members of our congregations.
Our small groups (The Cloak and Living The Questions) provide other ways of belonging, growing and deepening friendships and faith.
If you’d like to read more about what is happening in church and in our community, please subscribe to our weekly parish pipeline email. A complete list of upcoming services and events is issued in February, May and September.
Below is information about the Friends of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Archers, Club Wednesday, Open Circle, St Martin’s Breakfast Group, Changing Attitude, and details about workplace mentoring.
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St Martin-in-the-Fields Parochial Church Council (PCC) is responsible for promoting the mission of the Church and of St Martin-in-the-Fields. It consults with the Parish on matters relating to our pastoral,...
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