Martin is Mission
Our financial support of the United Methodist Committee On Relief (UMCOR) makes it possible for people and the resources they need to be ready for any national or international disaster. Special kits are collected and sent to refugee camps, temporary shelters and disaster relief centers worldwide.
We share in mission and ministry with United Methodists around the world through our support of the General Board of Global Ministries. A part of our offering each week, goes to support the General Board, our missionaries and the work they do in the name of Jesus Christ in all corners of the world. To learn more about Global Mission opportunities please visit our global partners.
Meals on Wheels- We have a team of volunteers who run a route weekly for our community. Meals on Wheels works 'to promote the dignity and independence of older adults, persons with disabilities, and other homebound persons by delivering nutritious meals and providing or coordinating needed services.' If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Ron Gruben.
Beacon House Resell Store
Beacon House is a resell store run by Martin volunteers. All proceeds raised are used to fund mission opportunities at the church, including Martin Community Pantry, Texas Ramp Project, and many others!
Shopping hours are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., every Friday and Saturday. Donations of knickknacks, linens, blankets, small working appliances (smaller than a microwave) and gently used clothes for all ages are accepted on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Check out our Facebook page for sales, photos and more!
Beacon House Volunteers Wanted!
Interested? Contact Leda Oliver. The work environment is fun and relaxing and the staff is friendly and warm. Benefits include an official, bright yellow Beacon House t-shirt and a preview of the merchandise! This is also a good opportunity for teenagers who need service hours!
Martin Community Pantry
Each Saturday, Martin Community Pantry volunteers hand out bags with items that those in need don't receive from food pantries, such as toothpaste, cleaning supplies, body soap, and shampoo. The Community Pantry is stocked through donations, both of items and funds. , and purchases made
Donations can be dropped off at the church office. For a printable list of donatable items, please click
Contact Doug Northup
about any of these ministries