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The church of St Martin has an ethos of worship spirituality and mission achieved through various church and outreach activities – friendship and engagement with the local community. St Martin’s church and parish came into being in the early years of the 20th century to meet the spiritual needs of the growing population to the east of the city. The church was dedicated on 11th June 1911. When the church of St Peter the Great in Sidbury was closed and demolished, the parish of St Peter was joined with that of St Martin, and the new parish of St Martin with St Peter coming into existence on 1st August 1974. In 1980 the Worcester South East Team of four churches was formed with its own Team Rector
Today, St Martin’s offers its congregation varying styles of worship with a strong choral tradition – principally the Sung Eucharist at 10 am and three other services on Sundays. There are services at convenient times during the week. There is All Age Worship on the first Sunday in the month. a mother and toddler JAM (Jesus and Me) Club on Tuesday mornings and Messy Church on the third Saturday in the month. Having a superb organ the St Martin’s church is used for recitals and concerts. The church serves a parish spread over a large area from the city centre to the eastern ring road, containing mixed housing, care and nursing homes, St Richard’s Hospice, shops, businesses, light industry and no less than seven primary and secondary schools besides the Sixth Form College.
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