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Our Mission Statement

St. Martin of Tours Parish strives to be a vibrant, welcoming Roman Catholic Community, and to accept the call and challenge of Jesus through the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

We commit ourselves to the Word of God through Eucharistic worship, lifelong Catholic education and formation, and works of justice and stewardship.

We further strive to follow the example of our patron saint, Martin of Tours, to proclaim the Kingdom of God through generosity, love and service to one another and our neighbors.

 

COVID Changes

We joyfully welcome God’s family at church with the following changes:

  June 6: 

- You see hymnals in the pews, join us in singing and proclaiming our creed!

- We invite you to join in the celebration of the Mass as a gift bearer, usher, communion minister, reader,  choir member or sacristan.

- Training for all current and new readers, ushers, communion ministers, and sacristans will be on June 8 at 6pm in church. We encourage you to come or contact the office for more information.

- You are welcome to wear a mask but they are not required.

June 13: 

- You will see the baptismal pool and font full with Holy Water.

- We will return to a communion procession.

- We will remove ropes in all but two sections of the church.

- Those who require gluten free hosts will be able to receive from the minister in the center aisle.

- Collections baskets will remain at the tables as you enter church.

St. Martin of Tours

Office Hours

The office is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30am to 4pm. To keep everyone safe we ask you call, email, or make an appointment. Masks are required.

Mass Times

Daily - 8:30am in Church
Saturday - 4pm
Sunday - 8:30am & 10:30am - English
12:30pm - Vietnamese
Holy Days - 8:30am - English; 6:30pm - Bilingual
Reconciliation - By appointment only

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