The Episcopal Church Welcomes You

St. Martin's Episcopal Church

Shady Cove, Oregon
Church Front Cut Out-web

Sunday Worship 10AM

Please join St. Martin's as we praise God together. In worship that lasts about one hour, we hear readings from the WORD and a sermon, we pray together, sing hymns, and share in the sacred meal of Holy Communion. Most Sundays, worship is followed by fellowship and refreshment downstairs. 

Welcome to St. Martin's!

Located in beautiful Shady Cove, Oregon, just north of the winding Rogue River, St. Martin's is a small, inclusive Christian community that seeks to love and serve God and our neighbor in the Episcopal tradition. Our church family takes joy in gathering to worship, serve and break bread together in Jesus' Name.  We want to be good neighbors in Shady Cove, and we partner with individuals and organizations in the Upper Rogue to respond to the needs of the world around us with compassion and generosity. We take seriously Jesus' command to "love one another as I have loved you." In this time of great concern for our nation and world, we seek to be a healing presence for one another and the world around us.

Whether you are a seasoned Episcopalian, a first-time visitor, or fall somewhere in between, you are welcome at St. Martin's! We are comprised of and reach out to the young and the old, the seasoned and the newcomer, those who are married and those who are divorced, partnered and single individuals, widows and widowers, those who identify as straight and those who identify as LGBTQ, the wealthy and those with limited resources, and families and individuals of all racial, ethnic, gender, cultural and faith identities. We are of different backgrounds, identities and experiences, and we value the differences that enrich our faith community.

St. Martin's is holding indoor, socially-distanced worship Sundays at 10AM. We are gradually resuming fellowship, in-person faith formation, Laundry Love, Yoga and Art Classes. 

Our next large Food Pantry will be Friday, January 27 at 11 AM. We sometimes hold smaller Flash Mini-Pantries during the month. Watch our Facebook page for notice, or look for the sign at the corner of Hwy 62 and Cleveland. May this blessing that often concludes our worship be a blessing to you.

Life is short,
and we do not have too much time
to gladden the hearts of those
who travel the way with us.
So be swift to love, and make haste to be kind.
And may the Divine Mystery
who is beyond our ability to know
but who made us and who loves us
and who travels with us,
bless us and keep us in peace.  Amen.


Blessings to All

St. Martins is holding in-person worship Sundays at 10AM. Worship is led by our vicar, the Rev. Laura Sheridan-Campbell, and clergy and lay leaders. Worship includes prayers, Scripture readings, music, sermon and holy communion. At present, no one is required to wear a mask, but we continue to social distance to protect the most vulnerable among us. We encourage any who are immunocompromised to wear a mask, and masks and hand sanitizer are available at the entrance. 

We also offer a conference call option for those who live outside of the area, or who cannot join in-person worship. Worship is audiostreamed for those who want to listen. If you'd like to join us, please e-mail us at We will be happy to send you the conference call information.  

We also offer Morning Prayer via ZOOM on Wednesdays at 9 AM. For more information on how to join us, please e-mail or leave a call back message at  541.878.2166.  Occasionally we have livestreamed worship. Our Christmas worship from 2020 is posted on our Facebook page (see the blue button below), or on Youtube at https://youtube/2dItTXJFhcg

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with all who struggle through these difficult times, with our neighbors who have lost much in the wildfires and by financial hardships due to COVID-19 pandemic. May the Holy Spirit bring healing and hope to our community.

God bless you!

Food Pantry Fri. Feb. 24 at 11AM 

We offer as much healthy food as possible to our neighbors in need.  Fresh and non-perishable food is offered by volunteers in an outdoor drive-through format. We only ask for first name and number of adults and children in the household. If you drive, please stay in your vehicle and volunteers will bring the food to you. If you are on bicycle or foot, we can package food in ways easy to carry.

God bless our community!

Our Mission

Our Mission is to provide for the spiritual, educational, and social needs of our congregation and the community. To nurture a positive relationship with Shady Cove and the greater Upper Rogue community, we respond with compassion to the hopes, needs and concerns of the world around us. We provide outreach services, space and support programs, ministries, events and activities. Compassion, dignity, justice, excellence, and integrity are our watchwords. The ministry of Jesus is our model as we strive to be steadfast in serving all, especially those in need. We pray that we may continue to be granted the strength, courage, and love we need to serve God, each other and the world.


95 Cleveland St., Shady Cove, OR  97539 Mail to: P.O. Box 786, Shady Cove, OR 97539


(541) 878-2166