Recovery Sunday is celebrated each year in gratitude to those who have been restored to freedom from their addictions and to make known the perils of any addictions that take over people’s lives. This year, St. Martin in the Fields will celebrate Recovery Sunday Nov. 27.
A 12-Step Liturgy will be celebrated. All families, friends, and members of the recovery community are graciously invited to join us. A coffee hour will follow the service.
It is celebrated each year in gratitude to those who have been restored to freedom from their addictions and to make known the perils of any addictions that take over people’s lives.
Looking for some bargains in reading material? Stock up for your fall reading at St. Martin’s Book Nook. The Nook will be open from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. on the second Saturdays of the month and from 5 to 7:30 p. m. on the fourth Wednesdays. Mark your calendar. There are books for children and adults. You are sure to find a book or two for your fall reading. There are close to a thousand books to peruse, something for everyone.
“We Three” will present a concert of festive Christmas and holiday music on Sunday December 11th at 7 pm. This well-known and unique trombone trio will be performing the beloved songs of the season as part of Christmas at St. Martin’s. There will be a meet and greet reception hosted by the St. Martin’s Auxiliary after the concert. Admission to the concert and the reception is free.
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church food bank provides food boxes for over 60 families each month. In November we will be collecting holiday food items for their food bank, such as cranberry sauce and canned yams. You can bring you contribution to this worthy cause to the Church on Sundays.
St. Martin in the Fields is located at 3085 Church Road, Mountaintop.