St. Martin’s latest information for you …

 
Click the picture to go to the Daily Telegraph website

Click the picture to go to the Daily Telegraph website

St. Martin’s has been shortlisted for an English Heritage Angel Award in the ‘Best Rescue or Repair of a Historic Place of Worship’ category – click here for more information – the winners in each category, as determined by a judging panel, will be announced at a ceremony in London in November.  However, there is an extra award that YOU can vote for – we would be delighted if you would consider voting for St. Martin’s – you can vote by clicking here.


Sunday - Worship with us, we would love to see you.

With effect from Sunday 27th April our Sunday services will be held at the Sheila Russell Community Centre at the usual times of 10:30am and 5:30pm – we currently expect this arrangement to be in place until mid-November 2014 when the renovations to St. Martin’s Church will be complete.
The address of the Sheila Russell Community Centre is St Martin’s Rd, Nottingham NG8 3AR, very close to the church building.

Monday mornings – Baby and Toddler Group (starts again on 8th Sept) – during term time from 10am until 11:30am for under 5s and their carers – just 50p including snacks! The group is meeting at the Jigsaw building at Glenbrook school during the renovation work. If you have any questions regarding this change then please contact: Revd. Gill Hall on 0115 967 8749.

We are very grateful to both the Sheila Russell and Jigsaw centres for their kindness in welcoming us in during the time that the church building is out of action.


 AUTUMN 2014 EVENTS AND BOOKING INFORMATION

Autumn 2014 Events

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St Martin’s Church, St Martin’s Road (off Strelley Road), Bilborough, Nottingham, NG8 3BH.
For events that require booking please call 01159 295764 or email hiddentreasuresproject@outlook.com
Sheila Russell Centre for the Big Draw event is off St Martin’s Road, NG8 3AR

Keep up to date with the latest news about
the Hidden Treasures at St. Martin’s project by
clicking here

 

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