St. Martin of Tours Church is located at: 201 S. Frederick Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Reapertura de Misa
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100th Anniversary Spirit Wear
Click the icon to purchase Centennial Spirit Wear for our 100th Anniversary
Haga clic en el ícono para comprar "Spirit Wear" para nuestro Centenario
Masses in the Church have slowly reopened: Please see reopening of Mass to sign-up for Mass
Masses will be live streamed daily:
Vigil Saturday - 5:00 pm (English) 7:00 pm (Spanish)
Sunday - 8:00 am (French) 10:30 am (English) 1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:00 pm (Spanish) NEW
Monday - 6:30 am (English) 9:00 am (English)
Tuesday - 9:00 am (English) 7:00 pm (Spanish)
Wednesday - 9:00 am (English)
Thursday - 9:00 am (English) 7:00 pm (French)
Friday - 9:00 am (English) 7:00 pm (Spanish)
Saturday Morning - 9:00 am (English)
Las Misas en la Iglesia se han reabierto lentamente: vea la reapertura de la Misa para inscribirse en la Misa
Las Misas se transmitirán en vivo todos los días:
Vigilia Sábado - 5:00 pm (inglés) 7:00 pm (español)
Domingo - 8:00 am (francés) 10:30 am (inglés) 1:00 pm (español)
3:00 pm (español) NUEVO
Lunes - 6:30 am (inglés) 9:00 am (inglés)
Martes - 9:00 am (inglés) 7:00 pm (español)
Miércoles - 9:00 am (inglés)
Jueves - 9:00 am (inglés) 7:00 pm (francés)
Viernes - 9:00 am (inglés) 7:00 pm (español)
Sábado - 9:00 a.m. (inglés)
Confessions will be available Saturday from 3:00-4:30 pm
Las confesiones estarán disponibles el sábado de 3:00-4:30 pm
Sunday, July 5,
10:30 am Mass
Domingo 5 de Julio,
1:00 pm Misa
PANTRY REPORT FOR 29 JUNE
With your help we distributed about 2.41 tons of non-perishable food and about the same weight of perishable food (bread and pastries, fresh vegetables and fruit, etc. – primarily donated by local stores) to 256 families in the week ending this past Monday, 29 June. Thank you!
This completed our 2019-2020 fiscal year. The impact of COVID-19 since mid-March has made this fiscal year the fourth busiest of our 28 years of operation. Thanks to COVID-19, from January to June we served an average of 225.08 families per week, our highest number ever for that period. From late March through June we served on average 255 to 257 families per week.
CURRENT SHORTAGES: In immediate short supply: baby formula (Similac blue is most requested), No. 5 pampers, and peanut butter and jelly. Needed for 13 July: dry unsweetened cereal. Needed for 20 July: above plus canned fruit and dry rice/dry beans. Needed for 27 July: above plus canned soup, pasta sauce, pasta, canned vegetables, and ramen/dry soup.
Plastic grocery bags and plastic newspaper bags are still needed. Many thanks for the great donations of paper bags – we now have enough for six weeks or more. The most useful bags you are supplying are the approx. 16.5 inch by one foot by seven inch bags used by Trader Joe’s and others. (Handles not necessary.)
The above needs are based on our current “best guess” of receiving up to 270 families each week.
Pantry drop off times:
Mondays 6:30 am to 1 pm
Fridays 9:30 am to 1 pm,
Sundays 2-5 pm
We are still looking for volunteers to help serve in the pantry on Mondays. Due to the health concerns from the coronavirus we ask that volunteers be in good health and under the age of 40
Through FlockNote we can easily send you parish news, alerts and upcoming events by text and/or email.
Our Parish Council
Council members from left to right (front) Leslie Collica, David Gullien, Naby Vallecious, Marta Hernandez, Father Dave Wells, MaryAnn Van Petten, Father Tony D’Souza, Oscar Rodriguez (Back left to right) Marco Tulio, Viviane Koffi, Leonel Arrega, Craig Hostetler, Judy Cullen, Jeff Silvey. Not pictured: Frank Julia, Mark Braune, Luis Bermudez, Mark Little, Father Jonathan Vanegas, Sister Mariana de Jesus.