Face coverings. The government has asked that everyone wears a face covering inside the church building, except children under the age of 11 and those with certain disabilities/health conditions.

Please print your own order of service at home or bring it on your phone. Please also allow extra time to enter the building and be seated for the service. Please maintain a strict 2m distance throughout your visit and use hand sanitiser regularly. We invite those who wish to participate in the Government’s Test and Trace initiative by giving your name and phone number at the door. The service will feel a little different, as movement will be restricted. We will be able to join in singing only in our heart.

Coffee after the service/today. The cafe is open Friday-Sunday, please click here for opening times. Please pick up a coffee after the service (and why not buy one for a friend) to support St Martin’s.

Inspired to Follow/today, 2.00-3.00pm. Join on Zoom or in your own homes. Topic: Matthew 26:57-68 / ‘Christ before the High Priest’, Gerrit van Honthorst, about.1617, NG3679. Please email Jonathan (jonathan.evens@smitf.org) if you would like to join in.

New Stewards We Need You! Are you a member of St Martin’s congregation that regularly attends the Sunday Eucharist service? If you can assist as a steward do contact Kristine (kristinewellington@gmail.com) or Helen (hm.riley@gmail.com) to discuss ways you can support our church service.

Thank you to Brandon Fletcher-James, our Sheppard Scholar, as he finishes his year of service with us and continues to explore his vocation. Please email
sian.conway@smitf.org if you would like to include a message of thanks to Brandon in his card.

A big thank you to Jeff Claxton for enhancing our lives with weekly baking workshops on our congregational Facebook page over lockdown. We wish him a well earned break over the summer.

Parish Weekend/Saturday 15 August: The Imagination of God with inspirational writer and poet Malcolm Guite. Please click here for the full programme. Tickets are £10 to cover expenses. Sign up using this link https://bit.ly/3gmfF8A.

Prayer Garden/Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1.30-3.00pm. This week join Harry on Tuesday and Richard on Wednesday.

Bread for the World/Wednesdays, 6.30pm, join us on our Facebook page or in church; this week, Revd Richard Carter will be preaching. If you’d like to join the small groups on Zoom after the service please email catherine.duce@smitf.org.

Media and Wider Ministry
BBC Radio 3 broadcast the first live Choral Evensong since lockdown from St Martin’s on Wednesday 29 July. Listen back https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000lpbr.