The purpose of the Athletic Association is to provide leadership and sponsorship for the athletic programs at St. Martin of Tours. Membership is open to all men and women of the Parish. Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month in the Lower Level at 8:00 p.m.
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Facebook: St. Martin's Athletic Association
A group of men and women age 50 or older. Current membership is around 100. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month in the lower level at 11:30 a.m., followed by cake, coffee, and bingo. COME JOIN US.
Contact: Jan Kiser
The Funeral Luncheon Committee prepares and serves meals in Runge Hall after Funerals. They provide care and support at a difficult time for those in our parish. It allows those who are grieving to focus on their families and friends while the Funeral Luncheon Committee does the preparation and servicing of the post-funeral meal. Please contact the Funeral Luncheon coordinator if you have an interest in joining the group, even if you cannot come to the luncheons and just want to contribute a dish. Contact person: Kathy Harangozo
This organization provides events for the men of the parish. All men of the parish are welcome and encouraged to join in the club activities. Meetings are held the third Friday of each month during the school year at 7:30 p.m. in the lower level. The main activities are the annual poker tournament, the annual corned beef and cabbage social, parish barbecues, and the Christmas party.
Individuals who are interested in joining the Choir of St. Martin are always welcome. Interested members should have a basic ability to read music, must be able to match pitch and agree to attend weekly rehearsals. If you are interested in joining the choir, simply email Sr. Kathleen Donovan: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Choir sings at the 10:00 a.m. Mass each Sunday and at all major solemnities of the liturgical year. As cantors, they also assist the congregation in singing the chants and hymns of the liturgy at all other weekend Masses. Choir rehearsals are weekly from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Sunday morning.
In addition to singing at the weekly 10:00 am Mass, the Choir sings for the following:
- Major Liturgical Celebrations
- Sunday closest to November 11—The Feast of St. Martin of Tours
- December 24 Vigil Mass
- December 25 Mass at Midnight
- Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
- Sacred Triduum
- Mass of the Lord’s Supper
- Celebration of the Lord’s Passion and
- Veneration of the Cross
- Holy Saturday Easter Vigil
- Easter Sunday
- Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ
WE CAN represents Welcoming, Evangelizing, Communication, And Networking.
Our mission is to reach out to all who live within our parish boundaries and invite them to join us in prayer and friendship. Our calling is to share our message via personal contact, mailings, electronic signage, internet, web sharing, video, podcasts and social media. Our purpose is to administer to our parishioners, encourage new memberships, spread God’s word, enrich our parish life and embrace the needs of others recognizing the gifts and value of all members of the SMT family.
Sue Jernigan, Co-Coordinator
Betty Koch, Co-Coordinator
Marilyn Schutle, Co-Coordinator
The St. Martin of Tours’ Women’s Club will focus on the Spiritual works, Charitable works, and Social Works of the women in our parish and community. In support of these efforts, the club will participate in periodic fundraising efforts to maintain the organization’s positive and economically functioning existence.
Diane Julius, President
Carol Ritter, Vice President
Mary McWhorter, Secretary
Lisa Hale, Treasurer
The Parish Council is a representative group of parishioners who prayerfully discuss the needs of the parish community. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month. The Parish Council serves as a catalyst by which the people of St. Martin of Tours share in their common baptismal call to proclaim the Gospel, celebrate the liturgy, pray, serve the people of God, and build community.
Our PSR classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 6:45 p.m. - 8:00 o.m. at St. Andrew Church (309 Hoffmeister Ave., St. Louis, MO 63125). Our PSR is designed for children from K-8th Grade who attend public schools. Our PSR systematically and intentionally, within an age-appropriate and family sensitive curriculum, supports the right of every Baptized person to a religious education. Our PSR has a goal, a fully expressed Sacramental life, a satisfying prayer life, and a life integrated with the moral teachings and doctrines of the Catholic Church.
Contact: Mary Boedeker
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults helps non-baptized persons, those baptized in another Christian Tradition, or those baptized as Catholic, but not raised as Catholic. The process helps them better understand the Catholic Faith in preparing to enter the Catholic Church. It is a time to listen to God, to each other, and to the wisdom of the tradition of the Catholic Church. Sessions are scheduled year-round.
Contact: Fr. Noah Waldman
Mission Statement: We, the members of the St. Martin of Tours Respect Life Group, commit ourselves to prayer, education, and action in defense of human life. It is our mission to foster in our Parish community an awareness of the dignity and sanctity of all human life, from conception to natural death. We are dedicated to observing and promoting the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church on all life issues, including abortion, euthanasia, infanticide, assisted suicide, and stem cell research.
Contact: Kelly Brown 314-740-2122
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This group attempts to carry out Our Lord's mandate: to help those in need. They organize what help can be given to those within our parish boundaries. Monthly meetings are held, discussing assistance to be given, with all matters remaining confidential.
Contact: Art Brinkmeyer
The quilters are a group of women who meet to quilt. Everyone is welcome. They are always happy to teach beginners. They meet every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the lower level.
|Anna Maria Schulte