Following the latest government and Church of England rules, St. Martin's will no longer be open until further notice, and no services or regular activities will take place. However, please get in touch with Andrew or the churchwardens if you need shopping or any other support, and check out our other ways to keep in touch during these challenging times.
You can find the latest updates and reflections from Revd Andrew and Revd Richard on our COVID-19 page.
We'll be running a Zoom video conference on Sundays at 11.30am (so you can watch livestreams first if you want!) and Wednesdays at 7.00pm for anyone who wants to join. Don't expect much, but a chance to chat to each other, and we'll experiment with prayer, bible reading and worship to see what's possible.
23 Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. 24 And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, 25 not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.
We're delighted you're here! You can find a broad overview of what we get up to on this site, or check out our social media pages for the latest events, happenings and photos.Facebook Instagram
We've got a mix of traditional and modern services, and you'd be very welcome at any one of them. Sing and say as little as you want, and ask as many questions as you want afterwards.
With a friendly vicar and a 12th Century building as the backdrop for your photos, St. Martin's is the ideal place to tie the knot. Baptisms are free of charge, and you can join our traditional or modern gathering.
Questions? Why not join one of our introductory courses? You'll be free to ask all the questions you've always wanted to ask, in a non threatening environment.
With Sunday Club available at both of our services (check Facebook for details!) and two sessions of Friday Youth Club for years 4-6 and year 7 upwards, there's something for all ages.
From ceilidhs to laser tag, model trains to flower festivals, there's lots to join in with.
Visitors welcome too, but you might not find this as useful just yet.