Worship Servers serve at the altar both on Sunday morning and during the week. These ministers can serve at our 8 a.m. low mass and at our 10:30 high mass on Sundays. In addition, opportunities to serve exist at the masses offered during the week. To learn more about serving in a worship ministry, contact Fr. Bernie for more information email@example.com 954-941-4843.
AREAS OF WORSHIP MINISTRY
Deacon / Subdeacon of the mass
is either an ordained Deacon or lay-sacred minister who joins with the priest at the altar for the celebration of Holy Communion.
Ushers / Greeters
These ministers greet and welcome Sunday worshipers to St. Martin’s, and assist the congregation in an orderly Service.
are assistants to the priest and sacred ministers. Their areas of serving are Server, Crucifer, Torch Bearer, Thurifer, and Incense Bearer.
are licensed by the bishop to administer the Communion Cup at Holy Communion.
are assigned to read scripture and intercessory prayers at our Sunday and weekday worship services.
are licensed by the bishop to read the Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer.
The ministry of music is a valuable part of our Sunday Worship. These ministers sing and lead the congregation in song at our 10:30 Holy Communion Service. (Click here to learn more about the Music Ministry at St. Martin.)
These are the silent servants of the Lord. They work behind the scenes and quietly prepare the worship vessels, linens, and vestments. They also set up and clean up for the Sunday worship services.
A Columbarium is a structure of vaults or niches for urns that contain cremated ashes of the deceased.
St Martin has two Columbaria, both located in our 2nd Street worship space. They are faced with imported Venetian glass mosaics in the design of Guardian Angels. The niches are trimmed in marble and bronze. Name plates are engraved on the lower marble plate. Their beautiful presence in our church truly enhances our worship as a “community of Saints.”
For more information in regards to the Columbaria, please contact the Church.
This “Short course in Christianity” is presented by the diocese several times per year. It is a three-day retreat where the candidate is filled with the grace of God by a community that surrounds them in prayer, service and love. To learn more, click here: Southeast Florida Cursillo
The Order of the Daughters of the King St. Martin Episcopal Church has an active chapter of The Order of the Daughters of the King. The Daughters of the King is a community of women who commit to disciplines of prayer and of service. They share a common goal to grow in their relationship with Jesus and share Him with others. Members support one another in working toward that goal. Click here to learn more about The Order of the Daughters of the King.
John Knox Village Holy Communion Our Rector celebrates Holy Communion on a scheduled basis to members of a local retirement residence called John Knox Village. Click here to learn more about John Knox Village.