Welcome to St. Martin's, Seamer!

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.

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Traditional Morning Worship

Join us in the building for a weekly 9.30am traditional communion service.
Every Sunday, 9.30am (Except 5th Sundays)

Online Service

Our online service is continuing, 11.30am every Sunday. Dispense with the face coverings, sing as loud as you like, and join us for online fellowship, live guitar-led worship, teaching and prayer.
We're also recording the talks so you can watch or listen to them, and you'll find the scriptures and links to some of the songs we've been singing, too.
Every Sunday, 11.30am
Wednesday @7

We meet every week, focused around a Bible study from Andrew, with worship, prayer and fellowship. We're currently reading through the book of Luke.

Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer with Andrew. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8.30am. Saturdays at 9am.

Join us on a Sunday

In these COVID-19 times, choose from our traditional in-building communion service or our modern online service. You'd be very welcome at either or both, sing and say as little as you want, and ask as many questions as you want afterwards.

Weddings & Baptisms

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 we'll be back to performing them as soon as we can.

New to Christianity?

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.

Children and Youth

Children's and youth work is currently on hold, but you can find out the kind of thing we normally do.


Most of our events have had to stop, but you can check out our quizzes and other social events.

Resources for Members

Visitors welcome too, but you might not find this as useful just yet.

Meet the Team

What we Believe

History of St. Martin's

Useful Links