Choosing faith over fear – Our faith in God carries us through.
In these difficult times we are living in, many people are fearful. But, we don’t have to live in fear!
In our new sermon series, let’s journey together as we learn that choosing faith over fear, even in the midst of hard circumstances, allows God to carry us through.
We will be following government and Church of England guidelines during the Coronavirus epidemic – we will try to advise of any changes on this page.
Unfortunately, this means that we can’t meet physically at the moment, but we can still be together thanks to our technology through Facebook Live, Zoom and other ways – please see our Facebook page for further details: https://www.facebook.com/stmartinolddean
Do you need food? We can provide food parcels for those who can’t afford to buy the food they need to live on.
Do you need help picking up your shopping?
Do you need help picking up your prescriptions?
See this page for ways we are helping in our community.
So far, we’ve delivered 112 food parcels and picked up 70 prescriptions. We are more than happy to help you too. Just ask … and we’ll be there. St Martin’s are working with the Old Dean Community Group. We’ll get through this together. Together we are stronger.
St Martin’s Church and the Old Dean Community Group are here to help you. We’ve got plenty of good quality free food to give away to those in need and we’ll deliver it to your door too, with appropriate social distancing, free of charge. So, please ring 01276 66798 and share this with your friends. Together we are stronger.
We’ll return to the activities below as soon as the Coronavirus pandemic is over. We will get through this together!
What’s On photo by Maddi Bazzocco, other photos by Alice Clark
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, Michael Collier on 07990 978766. Alternatively, Diocesan Safeguarding Advise is available from Ian Berry on 07544 566850. For further information please see the Diocesan safeguarding website.