faith in action

At St. Martin's we believe that being a good neighbor is essential to our Christian faith. Therefore we partner with organizations that work for those who are addressing needs in our community. Be it housing, school supplies, clothing, food, justice issues, or something else we try to be involved.  We encourage our parishioners to volunteer in the community. Don't wait for us, contact one of these great organizations to see where you can help. 

If you'd like to talk about where you can plug-in

please contact our Deacon Cindy Hillger.

Service Partner Form 

Westonka Food Shelf Volunteers needed

On Saturday, May 13, St. Martin's will be volunteering at the Westonka Food Shelf.  We'll be assisting clients, stocking shelves, and we'll get  a close look at the operations of the food shelf.   Importantly, we'll see how the food shelf is meeting the needs of a growing food insecure population in the west metro.

We'll need 12-14 volunteers to cover 2 shifts.    The first shift is 9:30- noon.  The second is noon-2:30.

Please sign up at St. Martin's or on use the Sign Up Genius

We hope you can join us!

Our service partners

We encourage our parishioners to volunteer in the community. 

Don't wait for us, contact one of these great organizations to see where you can help. 

  • Beacon Interfaith

    We partner with Beacon as a part of our housing initiative.

  • Episcobuilders

    Episcobuilders partners with Habitat for Humanity. We have several work days throughout the year. Our next opportunity to serve is on April 21st

  • Episcopal group homes

    EGH provides quality residential services to persons with developmental disabilities,

  • IMARA INternational, KENYA

    IMARA provides education and life skills for Kenyan teenage mothers, and early childhood education for their children, so that they may achieve their full potential in their communities and the world.

  • interfaith outreach

    Interfaith Outreach (IOCP) states that their mission is to strengthen our community by meeting basic needs and equipping individuals and families for ongoing stability.

  • Western communities action network (wecan)

    WeCAN is a community nonprofit that empowers and equips individuals and families to reach stability and self-sufficiency.


    Located in Mound, Minnesota, WeCAN serves the western communities of Hennepin County.