Frequently Asked Questions

 

I would like my child to be baptized. What should I do?

Answer: We would love to have your child baptized at our Parish Community. You can contact Sonia at the Parish Office to check availability (310)476-7403

1- Please fill out online form HERE

2- Attend a parent and God parent baptismal class. We have a class every first Tuesday of the month at 7PM.


someone in my family just passed away. What do we need to do to schedule a funeral at SMT?

Answer: We are here to help you in this difficult times.

1- Please click HERE for a Funeral Checklist

The Bereavement Ministry serves parishioners who are grieving the death of a loved one. We offer prayerful individual support, information and referrals to assist in the journey towards healing. For more information about this ministry, please email Diana Wheatley  or call her at 310-993-6484.


Answer: Yes, we would love to reach out to your sick family member.

Each minister has a pyx to contain the Eucharist, and a booklet with the prayers for giving Communion to the homebound.  Requests for a Eucharistic visit can be made by emailing Diana Wheatley.

someone in my family is sick and would like to receive communion. can someone bring the eucharist to my house?


we would like to get married. What should we do?

Answer: To begin the Marriage preparation process at SMT please contact Ximena to set up a brief meeting with the pastor. The bride and groom need to be present at this meeting. You do not need to bring any documents or certificates to this meeting.

After the initial meeting, a Wedding Date and time can be requested. To reserve the Wedding date and time a deposit of $300 needs to be received by the parish office.


Answer: We have an RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) Program here at SMT. The Program usually begins in September. Please fill out this FORM or contact the Parish Office to inquire about it.

I am an adult and would like to receive the sacraments. what do I need to do?


I would like to signup my children for religious education. what do I need to do?

Answer: At Saint Martin’s we use the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd model. Our catechists help the children explore the lessons in the atrium, drawing focus on items following the liturgical year. Children can work in groups and individually. They plan prayer services, read scripture stories, explore the prayers and structure of the Mass, explore the geography of the land of Israel, and ponder the Kingdom of God and the many gifts that God has given us.

To signup please e-mail Susana or call her at (310)476-7403