Clergy contact. In situations of bereavement or emergencies relating to physical or mental health over the lockdown, a member of the clergy can be contacted by texting 07910 652573 or 07761 661529; one of the clergy team will call you back.

Keep our Doors Open. By making a donation today, you will be helping St Martin-in-the-Fields continue this valuable work. Donate now:, or call 03000 33 7000, lines open daily 8am-10pm. Thank you.

Children’s Church Zoom Group/today 2.45pm. For children aged 4-13. For more information email

Inspired to Follow: Art and the Bible Story/today 2pm. Topic: The Exile / The Psalms – Psalm 137 / ‘Beach Scene’, Gustave Courbet. Email for an invitation to the Zoom meeting.

Choral Evensong/today 5pm. Join us for the return of Choral Evensong with the Choir of St Martin’s on our Facebook page ( at 5pm. Invite your friends!

HeartEdge Theology Group/today 6pm on Zoom. Sam Wells on ‘In the midst of human and economic crisis, how does God inform our decisions regarding the values of the physical and economic health of the world?’. Please email for an invitation.

Congregation Theology Group/Monday 1 June, save the date! More information to follow.

Theology Reading Group/Monday 22 June, 6pm. Discussing the book, The Towers of Trebizond by Rose Macaulay. This event is open to all, if you would like to invite a friend. More details will follow.

Biblical Studies class/Monday 18 May, 7.30-9pm via Zoom. Register in advance at

Bread for the World/Wednesdays 6.30pm, on our Facebook page. If you’d like to join the bible study group on Zoom after the service, please email for more details.

A Celebration for Ascension Day/Thursday 21 May, 8pm led by Revd Dr Sam Wells 8pm on BBC Radio 4, you can listen here

Great Sacred Music/Thursdays, 1pm The weekly online podcast is available at and as a video on our Facebook page. Watch the next in the series from 1pm on Thursday 21 May.

HeartEdge are running a number of theological and practical workshops aimed at church leaders but accessible to all. For more information please visit

Bereavement Support Group. St Martin’s is offering a 10 week bereavement support
group on Wednesday mornings, 10-11.30am. This is a group for 6 open to anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one in recent years. To receive further information, please contact