Getting Involved at St. Martin's

The best way to meet people and integrate into a community is to get involved. We do acknowledge that not everyone wants another community to be active in, some wish to worship with us...and that's it. Wonderful. We also know that some people need to roll up their sleeves and do something to be part of a community. Know that we lead with conversation. Before we put you to work we want to know who you are. Below are a few places to start.

  • holy happy hour

    If you are new to St. Martin's we would love to get to know you a bit. Held outdoors at Church every Tuesday at 5 pm September 1, 8, 22, 29  we would love to connect with you in this way. Sign up at any time to join us.

  • faith in action

    Faith in Action is our service committee. Connecting with our community partners and working together is an important part of who we are at St. Martin's. Please contact Rev. Cindy Hillger for more information.

  • Volunteering and Safe Church

    We have a host of other ministries as well, but these require that we get to know you a bit better. Ministries involving children or youth, visiting people, Lay Reading, serving on a committee, or participating in worship. This is because we are a certified "Safe Church". Safe church is how we make sure that St. Martin's remains a safe space for everyone. If you are interested in one of these ministries please contact MerLynne Byrne.

  • adult forums sundays at 9am

    Join us online for our Adult Forum before the service Sunday at 9am on Zoom:

    September 20 & 27: Dr. Amy Anderson on the formation of the Canon of Scripture and English Bible Translations


    Tuesday, September 29th from 4:00-4:45pm

    Topics include new building site plans and changing systems that allow homelessness to exist in Minnesota.  Register at


    Saturday October 3rd

    This is a virtual toast to the Mound/Westonka community.  A tasting basket is included in the registration fee. Register at


    Thursday, October 29th 7:00-7:30pm

    The annual breakfast has moved to the evening.  The virtual event will highlight the impact of Park Nicollet's mobile mammography unit that serves under and uninsured women across the state.  You'll also hear from long-time St. Martin's members Jane and Don Brattain who have been instrumental in the success of the mammo-a-go-go. They'll share their message of hope and commitment to the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.   We'll provide registration information when it become available.


    Sunday, November 8th  (evening). You'll learn about the impact COVID has had on our friends in Kenya.  The gala is in the planning stages but it's sure to be informative and entertaining. We'll pass along registration information soon.