• “Christ Risen from the Tomb,”

    a painting by Italian Renaissance artist Bergognone.

  • Fully restored St Martin Window

    The central panel depicting St Martin sharing his cloak with a beggar.

  • Foot Washing on Maundy Thursday

  • Commemoration of the Last Supper, Maundy Thursday

  • Lilies on the Alter of Repose. The Watch

  • The Watch

  • Images of Easter Day

  • Easter Day

  • Glory of Easter flowers

  • Reredos opened and High Altar in all its Easter splendor

Share in the vibrancy of our experience of Holy Week and Easter here

St Martin’s Episcopal Church is where you will find a community endeavoring to:

  • live a life of faithfulness sustained by the timeless heartbeat rhythm of prayer and worship. Morning prayer is said from Tuesday to Friday at 9am with Eucharist on Sunday at 8 and 10am and midweek on Wednesday at 7am. Further information can be found at Schedule of Services.
  • engage meaningfully with both Scripture and Tradition in dialogue with the challenges, as well as the opportunities of the times in which we live. Please visit the sermon page in the Worship above
  • nurture both young and not so young in the wisdom of our ancient Anglican spiritual tradition so as to face the future with courage and hope
  • find ever new ways to make a difference in our increasingly global world
  • Living spiritually is a journey that no one makes alone but only in the company of others. We welcome your participation in our life together. For a description of the St Martin Window Restoration Project dedicated to the memory of the Rev. J. Daniel (Dan) Burke please visit our page where you can find information on making a donation to the restoration fund. The window can be seen in the opening image in the slider above. For more history on the window please  history