St Martin’s is an ECO CHURCH and aims to use less energy, use less single use plastic, make the grounds user friendly and promote wild flowers. The grounds are regularly manicured for public pleasure and are gradually being made more safe as issues arise and money raised.
Series of sermons during Lent will reflect the same theme as the Lent course of Bible Studies, ‘DARE TO SEE GOD NOW’ Sunday 10th March, 10am ‘What is Good News in our time’. Sister Frances Sunday 17th March, 10am ‘Is the Good News for everyone’ Family worship Sunday 24th March, 10am ‘The Kingdom of God’ […]
At the moment each section is working on different parts of recycling. Part of what has been done are already up on the window in the lower hall. The Y team are making a robot, and the J T C have made a game up which they tried out on the Y team. On Wednesday […]
We held the Branch AGM in February and hopefully members will have been given their programme cards for the monthly meetings during 2018. Please try to support the speakers if you can, as on one or two occasions last year it was quite embarrassing to only have a handful of people turning up. We welcome […]
St Martin’s Church and Heywood and Middleton Deanery An Administrator has been appointed Thank you to all who showed and interest and applied for the post.
Tony Hill’s life was saved because there was a defibrillator at hand. In thanksgiving of his recovery, his family have donated a defibrillator to St Martins Church for the good of the community and those who use the church. We are grateful for this opportunity to serve our community, and we are committed to ensuring […]