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  • What’s St Martin’s all about?

    “To know Jesus and to make Him known”

    St Martin’s Church is more than just a building, it’s a community of believers in Jesus Christ.

    We believe that God changes lives. He loves us and offers us healing, forgiveness and to be part of his eternal kingdom. We welcome all to come and be part of and shape this Christian community here in Stonydelph.

    “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires and secret petitions of your heart”    Psalm37:4

    Please explore this website to find out more about who we are and what we do…

  • Coming Up



    Saturday 25th March ‘Talent ‘n Nibbles’ all you talented people come and strut your stuff. Snacks provided, please bring your own drinks. £4 per adult, £2 per child

    Saturday 8th April 11am Easter Egg Hunt + crafts for the children and refreshments.

    Saturday 22nd April 6:30pm fish/sausage & chips dinner and entertainment by ‘Impromptu’, £6 per person. It is also St Georges Day so our evening will have a theme of red & white.


    Future dates for Tuesday morning Communion – 28/3, 25/4,

    Thursday 6th April 10am Messy Easter at Ark Nursery. If you can assist on the day, Gill would be most grateful.


    Ministry Vacancy: Thank you to Emma for offering as youth leader J we still require an assistant for 1 Sunday morning a month. If the Lord is calling you, then please speak to Sarah Slater. Thank you.

    Bible Book Club? It is NOT a Bible Study? More info on Sunday 12th March during the notices.


    Mothers Union Ramblers


    When – Saturday 18th April @ 2:00 pm

    Where – Rosliston Forestry Centre

    Burton Rd. Rosliston, Swadlincote, DE12 8JX
    Distance Approx 11.5 miles from Church via B5000/A513

    Follow Brown Tourist Board Signs from A444.

    We shall meet at the Hub Cafe located in the Pay and Display Car Park.

    After the walk (weather permitting) we shall go on for a meal at the White Swan in Walton on Trent at approximately 5:00pm.








  • What’s Happening

     What’s happening in May?

    Mon 8th..Mothers Union 10.30 am  Iris Lounge

    Wed 10th  Fellowship Group Leaders 3.00 pm Church

    Thurs 11th “Open the book”  Stonydelph School

    Sun 14th  “Church out the Box”  4-6.00 pm

    Mon 15th Mission Focus Group 7.30m Church

    Wed 17th   Deacon Gill and Dave fly to South Africa

    Mon 22nd Bible Book Club 7.30 Iris Lounge

    Thurs 25th “Open the book”  Stonydelph School




  • Upcoming Services

    Sunday October 1st
    Morning Praise
    Lissa Galbraith and Thursday FG
    Matt 21 vv23-32

    Sunday 8th October
    Morning Praise
    Matt21 vs33-46

    Sunday October 15th
    Morning Praise
    Deacon Gill Judge
    Matt22 vv1-14

    Sunday 22nd October
    Holy Communion
    Revd Richard Lockwood
    Matt22 vv15-22

    Sunday 29th October
    Healing Service
    Revd Tim Flowers
    Matt 22 vv34-46
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    Sunday Mornings

    Whether you have been following Jesus for years or are just interested in finding out more, you are welcome to join us on a Sunday morning. There is room for everyone in God’s Family whatever your age or background. We believe everyone is loved and valued by God and so seek to be welcoming to all.

    We meet at 10am and the service lasts between an hour and an hour and twenty minutes. The services vary each week…

    All Age Worship (1st Sunday of the month)
    This is a lively service where all ages join together for an hour of activities, Bible story and songs!

    Holy Communion (2nd & 4th Sundays)
    This is a more formal service where we use bread and wine to remember God’s love for us through Jesus’ death and resurrection. There are groups for children and young people during the service.

    Morning Praise (3rd Sunday)
    This is a fairly informal service with time to pray, plenty of praise songs and a talk on part of the Bible. There are groups for children and young people during the service. Sometimes this service is led by one of our Fellowship Groups.

    Renewal & Healing (5th Sunday)
    This is an informal service where there is an emphasis on seeking God’s presence and praying for God to powerfully touch and transform our lives. There is a group for children and young people during the service.

    After each service we spend time together over a tea and coffee in the lower hall. Cakes are also on sale, with money raised going to charity.