Welcome to the Parish of St. Martin
Reverend Stephen Jones, the clergy and the faithful of the parish welcome you and hope that your time in our Church may be an opportunity to share our faith and joy in Our Lord Christ Jesus.
Beginning in the 1860's men and women of Irish, Swiss, and French birth settled in or around St. Martins, Missouri. However, the group of immigrants that was the largest was of German descent. These families, being largely Catholic, found a need for a convenient place of worship. In 1885, St. Martin Catholic Church was founded. Reverend John Schramm was appointed the first pastor. The parish's patron is St. Martin, who was also the patron saint of France, and was responsible for the founding and caring for many rural parishes in his lifetime.
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The Church of Saint Martin is the embodiment of the vision of the first
We will be adding information and history about the unique architecture and features of this Church and School so visit often to learn more.
The fourteen Stations of the Cross which adorn the back and east yard of the church and rectory were a gift from the Albert Boeckman family.
The status of Jesus in the southeast corner of the rectory yard is a gift from the Mary Nilges family.