The Season of Easter with St. Martin's

Sundays with St. Martin's
Virtual Coffee 10:15 a.m.
Abbreviated Liturgy 10:30

The link to our weekly Zoom service is on the top of the home page of our website, with a link to the leaflet/hymns as well. Each service is recorded and posted on the St. Martin's website
and Facebook (St. Martin's Episcopal Church, Bridgewater, New Jersey) the following week in case you missed it.   

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Invite your friends, your neighbors, even strangers! Several churches are reporting growth during this time of pandemic. Worshipping with St. Martin's is a good way to start your week with God and one another. It will help you through!

If you've ever been angry ...
You have something in common with Jesus

Everyone knows Jesus got angry that day he turned over the currency exchange desks outside of the Temple, but how many other times do you remember Jesus showing his anger?

Join Fr. Tim as he leads us in a consideration of the nine times the Bible tells us Jesus got angry. What might we learn about the anger we sometimes experience when we consider Jesus' anger? When is anger a good thing, not a good thing, or a warning sign?

No homework, but have a Bible with you.

Thursday, May 7, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.

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The Fellowship Team invites you and your entire family to Virtual Bingo Hour. All cards are generated online and emailed to you. We will meet via Zoom, and the Bingo Caller (also generated automatically) will call the numbers. You can use anything you have around the house to cover your numbers: coins, poker chips, m&ms, pickles!?  UPDATE: GOOD NEWS: A VERY GENEROUS PARISHIONER HAS OFFERED $25 GIFT CARDS TO GABRIEL’S FOUNTAIN TO THE WINNERS OF GAMES!!!   If you would like to participate, please email Alison at . As of today, we have about 7 families signed up to play. Of those who signed up, does Saturday at 4 p.m. sound good?
Keeper of the Light

There is a light at St. Martin's that never goes out. We call it the "Sanctuary Light" because it hangs in the sanctuary portion of the chancel (front of the church) directly lighting the Reserved Sacrament. It reminds us of the presence of Christ who is with us always. But during this time when we are not able to be in our building, members of the parish have been taking turns caring for the light for a period of one week at a time in their own home and then passing it on to another member for the next week, until we can all be together again in the church building.
This week's keeper of the light is:
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
1350 Washington Valley Road,
Bridgewater, NJ 08807

Call Us: 908-526-1350