• If you’re feeling broken, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you’re feeling empty, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you’re feeling confused, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you’re feeling desperate, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you’re feeling rejected, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you’re a drug addict trying to beat addiction, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you were out drunk all night the night before, come to St Martin’s anyway.
• If you can’t quit that disgusting habit, come to St Martin’s anyway.

We all have things that we hate or regret about our past. We’ve all made mistakes, and will continue to, but God loves us nonetheless. You are so loved. You really matter. So whatever you’ve done, whatever you’re doing, whatever you’re going through, whatever you will do … come to St Martin’s anyway. The longest journey starts with a single step and you’ll be made to feel so welcome. So, join us at 10.45am on Sundays. We really hope you can make it.


Come and join us for delicious pastries at the Free Community Breakfast as well as toast, cereals, fruit, tea, filter coffee, and fruit juice. Drop in from 10am-10.40am (last breakfast served at 10.30am). We’d love to see you!

At 10.45am, it’sour Family Service with Communion and fantastic, fun groups for kids and youth! Everyone is more than welcome!

Afterwards, you can visitthe Free Food Stall at the Youth Centre. If you need help putting food on the table, then please come along,12.30-1.30pm. Please take what you need to eat healthily with no questions asked. 

In the queue, you can also enjoy a free, healthy, tasty meal cooked from ingredients on The Free Food Stall.


On Sunday, we’ll be looking at this question together as we continue our series on becoming more like Jesus, focusing on Galatians 5:22-23 and 1 Thessalonians 5:12-22.

Looking Ahead

Here are our Service Themes for the Spring and Summer

Safeguarding Information

The PCC of St Martin’s is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone within our community. Particular regard is given to the care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults. For further information please contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer, Kim Murray. Alternatively, Diocesan Safeguarding Advise is available from Jane Huttly on 01483 790321 (07552 530355) or jane.huttly at For further information

please see the Diocesan safeguarding website.

If you have any concerns about past church related abuse, please read this document for advice on how to get help.