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Upcoming Important Dates

Monday, March 9th in the Large Church - Join us for a free screening of the film "40", a compelling documentary the examines the effects of abortion on our nation over the last 40 years since Roe vs. Wade. The showing begins at 7:00 pm. There is no admission charge and all are welcome!

Soup Nights: February 26th, March 12th, and March 26th.
Times TBA

March 15th, St. Joseph Table Large Church TBA

March 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th Parish Mission
Information TBA

Friday, March 27th Craft Fair and Bake Sale
Large Church 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

March 29th, Palm/Passion Sunday

April 2nd Holy Thursday
April 3rd Good Friday
April 4th Easter Vigil

April 3rd 10:00 am to Noon - Adoration
Noon to 3:00 pm - Last Words
3:00 pm - Stations of the Cross
8:00 pm Good Friday Service - Large Church

April 4th, Easter Egg Hunt time TBA
8:00 pm Service Large Church

April 5th - A Blessed and Holy Easter to all our Members, Visitors and families

April 19th Confirmation 3:00 pm at St. Isaac Jogues with St. Martha's 8th Graders. Bishop Kane presiding

May 9th, First Communion at 11:00 am Large Church

Sunday, May 10th - Happy Mothers Day

Volunteers WELCOME! Please consider lending a hand and joining the fun


St. Martha Library

The St. Martha Library (Room 11, Big Church) is open before & after masses for anyone wishing to browse. In addition to an assortment of books and videos for rental, a mini-gift shop offers items for sale. Proceeds from the shop are used for a variety of church needs. The room may also be used for meetings.
Come visit.

The Library, as a fundraiser, we are using a new recycling outfit. We will collect used ink jet and toner cartridges, cell phones, MP3 Players, GPS devices and digital cameras. Please bring any of these items to the Library for recycling and eventually cash for St. Martha.

Parish School

St. John Brebeuf School

Saint Martha Parish Mission Statement

United in Baptism, the Saint Martha Parish community welcomes all seeking to know, love and serve God and one another.

Grounded in love and nourished by the Eucharist, we reach out with compassion to those in need.

Strenghened in hope and faithful to the gospel, we enter the Third Millennium with a passion for God's truth.

We Embrace the challenges that await us - the people of God - as we proclaim: Jesus Christ - yesterday, today and forever!


We invite you to join us for worship and to experience our reliquary and recently installed Shrine of Our Lady of the Grove.  Our new shrine includes strands of the Blessed Virgin's hair.
Are YOU interested in learning more about our parish and the Catholic faith?  Please contact the Fr. Dennis O'Neill for class information. Seekers encouraged and welcome!!!!