Fellowship Opportunities

Pictures from a few of our events and groups listed below.


A Place for everyone

If you have a passion or interest, we probably have an opportunity for you to meet and connect with like-minded folks over it.

At St. Martin’s, we believe that one of the best ways to grow in Christ is to experience the fellowship, accountability, and hospitality of a small community of believers. For that reason, we encourage all of our members to get involved and to get connected. Listed below are our recurring groups and annual events, though we have many new and onetime events that pop up throughout the year. If you are interested in joining or leading one of the groups listed, please contact the Office Manager at: officemanager@stmartinslc.org.

Connecting folks to the ministry or group they’re passionate about and want to pursue is what we do.

Fellowship Events


At the end of October, St. Martin’s holds its annual festival to celebrate all things Fall. There’s beer-soaked brats and plenty of food, trunk or treat, music, a silent auction and family friendly games.

Christmas caroling

This event is quickly becoming an established St. Martin’s tradition as our faith community gathers to eat supper and then carol traditional Christmas favorites.

Family campout

Every May our families pitch a tent on St. Martin’s ground and spend the evening under the stars with s’mores, games, storytelling, and wake up to breakfast together.

youth lock-in

Each November our middle and high school youth are invited spend a night at St. Martin’s. There’s games, movies, a late-night worship service - a night full of fun and faith for our youth.


Fellowship Opportunities

Book discussion group

This group of book lovers meet monthly at the church to discuss a range of literature, some fiction, some non-fiction, all of it interesting. To learn more contact Alice Griffin at griffinaj@sbcglobal.net.

quilting group

The St. Martin's Lutheran World Relief quilting group is a great opportunity use your hobby to support a great cause. The group makes quilts and blankets that are shipped around the world to help those in need through the Lutheran World Relief project. Novices are more than welcome. This group meets the first and third full weeks of the month on Monday mornings and Wednesday evenings to work on the quilts. If you have any questions please contact Jean Short at: jean12short@comcast.net.

poker for peace

A time for the men of the church to enjoy cards and connection. This group meets off-site at a member’s house on the last Friday evening of each month. For more info contact Leon Miura at lgmiura@comcast.net

bunko babes

This monthly Bunko brunch is a great chance for the ladies of the church to unwind together. This group meets off-site at a member’s house on the last Saturday morning of each month. For more info contact Monika Miura at mmiura1@comcast.net.