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Mass Schedule

Saturday: 8:30AM, 5:00PM (Sunday Vigil)
Sunday: 9:00AM, 10:30AM, 12 Noon, & 5:00PM
Weekdays: 7:00AM & 8:30AM

Reconciliation: Saturdays, 4:00PM

Baptism: Baptisms are celebrated on the Second & Fourth Sundays of each month at 1:30PM.

Wednesday, December 24th: Christmas Eve
4:30PM Carols, 5:00PM Family Liturgy
Music led by Children’s Choir
7:00PM Carols, 8:00PM Liturgy
Music led by St. Martin’s Orchestra and Choir
10:30PM Carols, 11:00PM Liturgy
Music led by Adult Choir & Chamber Orchestra
Thursday, December 25th: Christmas Day 
9:00AM, 10:30AM, 12:00 Noon
There is NO Evening Mass
Wednesday, December 31st: The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
New Year’s Eve 5:00PM Mass
Thursday, January 1, 2015: Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
New Year’s Day 9:00AM, 10:30AM, 12 Noon
There is NO Evening Mass

BLOOD DRIVE:  Please save your next blood donation for our drive, which will be on Wednesday, January 14th, from 3:45-9:30 PM in the Parish Center.  To be eligible to donate you must be 16-76 years of age, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be in good health. Call Mary (631-691-5881) to make an appointment or for more information.  Thank you.

Welcome to Saint Martin of Tours website. Join us as we strive to live our lives as we dream of St. Martin's as a Eucharistic Community celebrating our Life in Jesus Christ by Prayer, Learning, and Service.

Saint Martin of Tours was founded in 1897, at the request of Bishop Charles McDonnell, the second bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn. At that time, the Parish served the 25 to 30 known Catholic families of the Seaford, Massapequa, Amityville and Copiague areas. During the summertime, this number increased by another 10 to 20 families.

Today there are approximately 2,500 families registered at St. Martin's with the physical parish boundaries including Amityville, East Massapequa, and portions of Amity Harbor, Copiague, and North Amityville

The Parish has a thriving elementary school, with approximately 400 students enrolled from nursery school through eighth grade.

St. Martin's is also very active in our local community, working with other Christian churches in the village, through Amityville Ecumenical Ministries, on common causes.

We invite you to become more informed about St. Martin's so that you can avail yourself of many of our worship, educational and social programs. We hope you search our site and spread the good news.

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