St. Martin's

Anglican Church

Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh

A member of the

Anglican Church

in North America. 
We worship at

Bethel Presbyterian Church,

418 Beatty Road,

Monroeville, PA  15146

Office Phone: 412-373-3904   

Email: stmartinsanglican.org@gmail.com 

Website:

stmartinsanglican.org

Grace to you and peace from God our Father

and the Lord Jesus Christ. 

​(Romans 1:7, ESV)

Sunday Services:

(in-person at Bethel Presbyterian)

9AM

at

Bethel Presbyterian Church

418 Beatty Rd, Monroeville, 15146.

No restrictions for fully immunized folks.

Service is filmed and posted

for those not able to attend.

First Sunday of Advent, 28 November 2021

Sermon Theme: The Day of the Lord? Preceded by? How to prepare? Stay tuned

Preacher: The Rev. Kua Apple

Sermon Focus: Zechariah 14:3-9 (actually the whole chapter).  

The Day of the Lord!  What precedes it is awesomely terrifying to the world.  The judgement seat of God upon Jesus' return is even worse to those who defy and reject Jesus.  

The Day of the Lord is coming; imminent; unavoidable.  Advent is a call to remember Jesus' first coming AND to prepare for Jesus' return.  How do we prepare?  How do we remain peaceful during the troubles which precede his return; eagerly await and make ready for his coming; and stand before him unashamed and guiltless?  In this world of tribulation these may be some of the most important questions one can ask.

for Video

Click on button below. 

Pastors:

Rev. Kua Apple,Rector.

c:724-777-0817

with

Rev. Dr. John Macdonald

Rev. Moses Ogot (in Kenya)

Bible Study

Wednesdays, Noon to 1PM,

by Zoom or in person at Bethel.

Call Fr. Kua for Zoom link.

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Compline 

Tuesday through Thursday 
8:00 PM to 8:15 PM EST.

Call Fr. Kua for Zoom link.

For the Morning Prayer and Compline liturgies we use: 

Please click on the

"Useful Files" tab.

For the Service Bulletin

Click on the "W" below.

 May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing,

so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope. 

(Romans 15:13, ESV)