Reopening St Martin’s

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One thing I ask from the Lord, this only do I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze on the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple. Psalm 27:4 We are planning to return to the building on Sunday 13th September. The building and … Read More

What is the church?

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What is the church? Is it a building? A social club? A hobby? An organisation? This Autumn at St Martin’s we have been asking the question “what is the church?” In search of an answer we looked at 1 Peter 2:4-10. In these verses Peter gives us a glorious description of the church. He describes the church as a spiritual … Read More

Summer Holiday Club 2018 – Treasure Hunt


During the May half-term, St Martin’s held a Bible Holiday Club for children. The theme for the three days was “Treasure Hunt.” The children learnt from the bible that Jesus is the best treasure ever and we enjoyed hearing from our reporter, David, and Percy the Parrot. We made some crowns and decorated some treasure boxes as well as playing … Read More

The Christmas Journey


  On November 6th to November 8th pupils from Aragon, Hatfeild and Hillcross schools came to visit The Christmas Journey at St Martin’s church, The basic idea of The Christmas Journey is to tell the Christmas story in a multimedia and hands-on way, enabling children to experience familiar (sometimes!) stories in a thought-provoking way. Children are encouraged to form links … Read More

The One True Light – Tim Chester

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We may be familiar with the baby in the manger, but have you met the Word who was in the beginning with God? Have you met the One True Light who is full of grace and truth? Or the Cosmic Lord who won the right for people to become Children of God? They are one and the same person. Join … Read More

Respectable Sins – Jerry Bridges

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Author Jerry Bridges examines holiness and areas of our lives that we may have given up trying to overcome.  This is a good book from a warm writer battling with his own sin and, at every turn, points us to a God of amazing grace.