St. Martin's On Site Worship is now possible on Sundays from June 20, 2021
With the announcement of the latest public health orders and the permission of church authorities, the parish of St. Martin's is delighted to open its doors to public worship again beginning Sunday June 20, 2021.
The Sunday 10 am service will now be available to participate in three ways.
1. You can come to the church building. No pre-registration is required at this time. Please wear a mask and allow us to take information for contact tracing.
2. You can join services virtually through ZOOM or
3. You can watch the recorded versions on Youtube after noon on the day of the service.
Please click on the service links posted on our Events page. To view the Pre-recorded services, please go to St. Martin's YouTube Channel.
To view any Sunday Leaflets please go to our Events Page and look for Sunday Service.
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 invited into this community.
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 authorized Canadian Anglican and Lutheran resources.
Because we believe church on Sunday morning is the most important experience in the week and is the one time when everyone gathers together, we are delighted to have children and youth participate in liturgies.
Our regular Sunday morning Services are as follows:
No matter who you are, where you are from or what your past experiences may or may not have been spiritually, we hope that you will find a Spiritual home with us. There will be music, bread and wine, and company.
We offer a part time Sunday School program from September to June. For more information please contact the parish Office directly. Young people are welcome to participate as they feel comfortable in all worship gatherings, with provisions for quiet play during times when there is no Sunday School.