Our church is open for worship. These days, we have a different timetable from what we used to have before the pandemic. We continue to hold our main Communion Service in church on Sunday at 10:00 am, but on Wednesday mornings we are still on Zoom. Please ask the vicar if you intend to join us […]
Black Health Initiative and St Martin’s Parish Church have joined forces to provide two hot meals per week to people in need. If you would like to volunteer packing the takeaway bags or distributing the bags by car, please contact the Vicar on 0113 262 4271.
Our church is only partially open for worship. These days, we have a different timetable from what we used to have before the pandemic. We do not hold anymore a Communion Service in church on Sunday and Wednesday mornings, but on Zoom at 10:00 am both days of the week. Please ask the vicar if […]
At St Martin’s Institute, we plan to install a curved stairlift which would go down the stairs to the downstairs rooms. The stairlift would enable members of the local community with reduced mobility/disability problems to access the downstairs rooms of the Institute for attendance at exercise classes, leisure classes, meetings and events. Exercise classes would […]
Taking part individually in a wave of prayer encircling the world has been a daily act by Mothers’ Union members since 1921. This means that the voice of prayer is never silent as the members offer prayer every day somewhere in the world – so that the wave of prayer is continuous. This principle of […]